About the EuroJackpot Lottery

If you want the best odds of winning, check out EuroJackpot lottery. You’re nearly twice as likely to win the lottery with EuroJackpot than you are with EuroMillions. The prizes offered are among the largest in Europe, and the total keeps growing. Any jackpot that’s not won rolls over to the next week to a maximum of €10 million prize.

There are 12 different tiers of prizes. Even if you don’t win the grand prize, you could still go home with a huge award. Winners of the 2nd or 3rd tier prizes often take home hundreds of thousand Euros. 

EuroJackpot lists their most common and least frequent winning numbers. The most commonly drawn numbers are drawn more than three times more frequently than the least common numbers. You can check the statistics before placing your bet to give you the best chance of taking home a cash prize. 

The Lottoland website has some additional nifty features. The “quick tips” feature will help you choose your numbers. You can add “number shield” no matter how many other players choose the same numbers; you’ll keep the entire pot to yourself.

The EuroJackpot is a fun and exciting lotto option. The odds of winning are better than the other extensive lottery options, and the minimum prize is enticing. The online betting option, including an app, makes it simple to bet from anywhere globally.


The EuroJackpot GO! is an exciting addition to the Lottoland options. With hourly draws, you don’t have to wait until Friday to find out if you won.

EuroJackpot Lottery FAQ

Development began in 2005, following on the heels of the massive success of EuroMillions. The first EuroJackpot Lottery numbers were drawn in March 2012. The jackpot initially consisted of seven countries; Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Slovenia. 

The maximum grand prize is 90 million. There have been several EuroJackpot lottery winners to claim the top prize. The first person to win 90 million was a Czech player in 2015. 

The minimum prize is €10 million.

The chances of winning the grand prize are 1 in 95,344,200. Including all 12 tiers of prizes, the odds of winning are approximately one in 26. 

The jackpot will be won every three to four weeks.

Sixteen countries participate in EuroJackpot today. Germany, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland and Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovenia.

The majority of the winners have come from Finland and Germany.

If you are wanting to play the lottery EuroJackpot but live outside the participating countries, you can play online, from anywhere in the world. You must be at least 18 years of age to bet online.

You play by choosing five numbers between one and 50, then another two numbers between one and ten. 

You have 12 chances to win with every draw. To win the main prize, you need to match all seven winning numbers. You can win one of the lower tier prizes by matching as few as three numbers.

A single ticket costs €3.

Ticket sales stop at different times, depending on the country. The easiest way to ensure you don’t miss out is to buy your tickets online in advance.

You can purchase tickets from authorized retailers in participating countries. Tickets can also be purchased online.

Yes. When betting online, it’s critical to ensure you are using a licensed and insured website.


Lottoland is the go-to website for all your lotto and lottery betting. You can play Eurojackpot, EuroMillions, Lottox5, MegaMillions, PowerBall, Eurojackpot GO!, Mini Lotto, and EuroMillions GO! 

Online betting is easy with the EuroJackpot lottery app. With the free Lottoland app, you can check draw results, access special offers and discounts, and receive automatic win notifications.

The results of the EuroJackpot lottery are announced around 8 pm local time in Helsinki every Friday night. Minutes after the draw, you’ll find the results available on the Lottoland site.

EuroJackpot lottery results are posted online at Lottoland, minutes after the draw. The provider sends a notification of the winning numbers via email to everyone who placed a bet. You can also check your tickets in-store with the EuroJackpot lottery ticket scanner.

EuroJackpot GO! has the same large prizes as the EuroJackpot, with draws done hourly instead of weekly. There’s the added benefit that if none of your selected numbers are drawn, you get your money back.

Same as with EuroJackpot, you play by choosing 5 + 2 numbers. Pick five numbers between one and 50, and then another two numbers between one and 10.

On a single ticket, you can purchase up to six lines. You can then submit your ticket for one, two, three, four, five, ten, twelve, or twenty-four draws.

If you don’t match a single number for the EuroJackpot GO!, you receive your money back. You are, of course, more than welcome to try your luck in the next drawing.

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