Next Jackpot:$ 112,000,000
EuroMillionaire is Lottoland’s answer to EuroMillions. After the UK government stopped lotto betting on EuroMillions, Lottoland created EuroMillionaire – which follows the exact same format and prizes as EuroMillions, only the numbers drawn are different. Read More...
Draws take place every Tuesday and Friday, with jackpots often reaching £100 million. EuroMillionaire (£2) is also cheaper to bet on than buying a EuroMillions ticket (£2.50).
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.