Lottery Eurojackpot

Eurojackpot

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Winning chances

Prize category Probability (%) Probability (1 out of X)
5 numbers + 2 stars (Jackpot) 0,000001% 95.344.200
5 numbers + 1 star 0,000016% 5.959.013
5 numbers + 0 stars 0,000029% 3.405.150
4 numbers + 2 stars 0,00023% 423.752
4 numbers + 1 star 0,0037% 26.485
4 numbers + 0 stars 0,0066% 15.134
3 numbers + 2 stars 0,010% 9.631
2 numbers + 2 stars 0,15% 672
3 numbers + 1 star 0,17% 602
3 numbers + 0 stars 0,29% 344
1 number + 2 stars 0,78% 128
2 numbers + 1 star 2,22% 45

Información destacada

 The draw days are on Friday and take place in Helsinki (Finland). To play Eurojackpot 5 numbers must be choosen between 1 and 50 and another 2 numbers, called suns, between 1 and 10; the prize of a bet in Spain is €2.

 Euromillions lottery is a European gambling game that are participating Germany, Finland, Denmark, Slovakia, Italy, Netherlands, Estonia, Spain, Croatia, Island, Letonia, Lituania, Norway, Sweden, Suecia, Czech Republic and Poland; in Spain it is managed by ONCE (Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles).

 The biggest pot in Spain was on 9 November 2015, when a €31.5 Millions prize was givied away. The €90 Millions Jackpot (maximum pot is limited) it has been awarded a few times: 3 in Germany, 2 in Finland and 1 in Czech Republic.

 The first Eurojackpot draw was on Friday, 23 March 2012 in Helsinki and it was born within the idea of making competition to Euromillions, being managed by independent lottery organizations.

 Eurojackpot does not have any additional game, like La Primitiva's El Joker or El Millón de Euromillones.