Europe – EuroJackpot Information

EU Euro Jackpot has one of the largest start up prizes for its jackpot at €10,000,000 which has the chance of reaching the limit prize amount of €90,000,000 during the roll overs. After 13 draws and nobody wins the jackpot, the whole prize amount shall be divided among the other 11 prize categories.

Hosted In Schedule Guess Range Jackpot Type Tax Requirements
Europe Friday 21:00 5/50 + EuroStars 2/10 Cash About 6.00%

Prize Breakdown

Lottery Starts From: € 10,000,000
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*The overall odds of winning any prize in the game are approximately 1 in 26.



Euro Jackpot is an extremely young, trans-European lottery, played in Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. The jackpot starts at an amazing €10 million and can roll over to €90 million!


The Euro Jackpot is Europe’s youngest jackpot lottery, having been launched in March 2012. It was proposed in 2006, to rival the Euro Millions, which also functions in numerous countries across Europe. In Amsterdam in 2011, Germany, Finland, Denmark, Slovenia, Italy and the Netherlands met to complete negotiations on the launch of Euro Jackpot, after which Estonia joined the group. Spain joined in June 2012, while 2013 saw the entry of Croatia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. In 2014, Euro Jackpot expanded to include Czech Republic and Hungary. Euro Jackpot has now a much wider audience of 270 million, compared with EuroMillions, which has an audience of 217 million.


Euro Jackpot is a 5 from 50 lottery. Pick 5 numbers from 1 to 50 to be in the running. Next, players need to choose 2 Euro Numbers from 1 to 8. It’s that easy!


LWG gives players outside the countries hosting Euro Jackpot an equal chance of winning the massive jackpots. Just click PLAY on Euro Jackpot’s NEXT DRAW to join in the fun. Try using Quick Pick to have the computer choose your numbers randomly for you and increase your chances of winning. You can fill in up to 5 lines, or click on MORE LINES in order to fill in up to 10 lines. Choose how many draws you would like to enter, with the possibility of up to 100 draws, then just fill in the purchasing information and you are in the running.


The Euro Jackpot is drawn weekly on a Friday night at 9pm. Winning the huge jackpot could be just about the best way of starting a very good weekend!


The Euro Jackpot may be young, but that does not mean it hasn’t made a lot of people very happy, and rather wealthy to boot.

Finland may be a chilly country at times, but it heated up for one lucky Euro Jackpot player on 12th September 2014. This player won an amazing €61,170,752.70 in the lottery’s biggest win ever. Almost 3 months later, a German player scored €58,693,173.90 when their numbers lined up with those drawn during the 5th December draw. The third biggest win was again made by a Finnish player, on the 4th April the same year. This winner’s jackpot was €57,275,841.60. All these players received their winnings in cash, with around a 6% tax on their winnings.


Most people think that their family will bring them luck in the lottery, and choose to use birthday dates, anniversary dates and the ages of children and grandchildren as their chosen numbers. This is a nice way to play, but not necessarily the wisest way to play. Quick Pick provides players with a statistically greater chance of winning Euro Jackpot, with the computer selecting numbers randomly. If you do choose to select your own numbers, it is always a good idea to make a more educated guess. It could change your life.


It is worthwhile knowing which Euro Jackpot balls are drawn most frequently. While a set of winning numbers usually doesn’t include all the frequently drawn balls, it definitely makes sense to throw some frequently drawn numbers into your entry. These numbers are 3, 14, 11, 22 and 25, with Euro Balls 5 and 9. The least frequently drawn numbers are 5, 6, 10, 17 and 21. None of these have been drawn more than once. Nor have the least frequently drawn Euro Balls 1 and 10.

Sometimes, numbers can be overdue. This means they have not appeared in a while. Such numbers have a habit of turning up when they are least expected, so it is worth throwing in a few when you play Euro Jackpot. 17, 24, 26, 5 and 33. These numbers have not appeared in 104 days or more. The Euro Balls that are overdue are 4, that hasn’t appeared since 5th December 2014, and 7, that hasn’t appeared since 26th December the same year.

The most common pairs of balls drawn are 2 and 30, 3 and 7, 3 and 22, 3 and 37, and 3 and 46. All of these have been chosen twice. The most common Euro Ball pairs are 5 and 6, 5 and 9, 6 and 9, 1 and 3, and 2 and 4.