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Eurojackpot Key Facts
Despite not being particularly well-known in the UK, EuroJackpot is one of the top two most popular lottery games in the Europe – competing alongside EuroMillions for the number one spot. EuroJackpot is drawn weekly in Helsinki and has jackpots starting at €10 million, but can rollover to more than €90 million. Indeed, EuroJackpot has seen €90 million prizes awarded three times - to players in Germany, Finland and Czechia.
Give me the facts! This is what our visitors want to know before they make important decisions. So we will, to allow you to choose between the great EuroMillionaire v EuroJackpot options.
The start of the process is the same for both: you simply pick your five main numbers, and these are anywhere from 1 up to 50. Then, for both competitions, you also include a pair of bonus number selections. First difference: the EuroMillionaire choices range 1 through 12; while EuroJackpot is 1 to 10.
Another key question concerns the relative chances of being a winner at some level. Firstly, EuroJackpot offers you a 1:26 probability. Impressively, the EuroMillionaire winning probability is just 1:13.
How much might you win if all your numbers come up? Well, EuroJackpot’s biggest jackpot to date is a tasty €90 Million/£80 Million (which it’s capped at).
EuroMillionaire takes it up a few notches as their highest possible jackpot payout (with boosted jackpot at Lottoland) is £200 Million!
The EuroMillionaire minimum is £14m/€15.7m while EuroJackpot’s is £8.9m/€10m. Lastly, it’s important to know that EuroMillionaire draws every Tuesday & Friday evenings (21:40pm), while EuroJackpot is only on Friday (21:00pm). All these times are UK time.
There are the facts. It’s up to you to choose which one you prefer – or both if you fancy – and get involved in the EuroJackpot or EuroMillionaire draws with Lottoland from £2... It’s up to you.