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Minimum games:1 Game

Game format:5/50 + 2/12 - Choose 5 numbers from 50 and 2 numbers from 12

Cost per game:AUD $9.50

Draw days:Wednesdays & Saturdays AEST

Est. Jackpot:$61 Million

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Matched overseas lottery:Europe's EuroMillions

European Millions Results

Winning numbers for 13-Jul-2024

Division Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Division 5 Division 6 Division 7 Division 8 Division 9 Division 10 Division 11 Division 12 Division 13
Division Prize* $46,829,287.13 $339,271.81 $29,734.89 $2,058.02 $183.60 $104.18 $55.14 $25.72 $16.88 $12.54 $12.70 $8.68 $5.79
Winners** 0 3 8 36 743 1383 1835 19646 33345 82980 99530 455333 1112596
Division Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Division 5 Division 6 Division 7 Division 8 Division 9 Division 10 Division 11 Division 12 Division 13
Division Prize Multiplier* $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Winners Multiplier** 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Prizes have been converted at the following rate: 1 EUR = 1.6077 AUD

View Winning Combinations

Division 1

5 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars

Division 2

5 numbers + Lucky Star

Division 3

5 numbers

Division 4

4 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars

Division 5

4 numbers + Lucky Star

Division 6

3 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars

Division 7

4 numbers

Division 8

2 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars

Division 9

3 numbers + Lucky Star

Division 10

3 numbers

Division 11

1 number + 2 Lucky Stars

Division 12

2 numbers + Lucky Star

Division 13

2 numbers

  • EuroMillions: Can Aussies Play this Famous Euro lottery?

    EuroMillions: Can Aussies Play this Famous Euro lottery?

    The EuroMillions has been thrilling players for almost 20 years. One of Europe’s largest and most popular lotteries, its tax-free jackpots can soar to highs of up to AUD$400 million. This is a lottery than demands attention. Its Superdraws and rolldowns make it different to other lotteries, and with 13 prize divisions there are plenty of ways to win a prize.

    Now Aussies can play to win from the draws of the EuroMillions! When players at The Lottery Office buy a ticket in our European Millions, we purchase a matching ticket in a EuroMillions draw. The European Millions is exclusive to players with The Lottery Office.

  • EuroMillions Quick Facts

    EuroMillions Quick Facts

    Here are some important facts about EuroMillions that are worth knowing:

    1. When we purchase matching tickets in a EuroMillions lottery draw in Europe, we use the same lottery as those on your European Millions ticket.
    2. If the overseas EuroMillions ticket wins any prizes, we collect the prize money and pay the same amount to you.
    3. Should any of your winning tickets yield prizes that total less than AUD$10,000, we promptly credit your Lottery Office account with the equivalent prize value upon the finalisation of the draw results. Winnings can then be withdrawn.
    4. Upon the finalisation of the draw results, if your winnings amount to AUD$10,000 or above, we'll promptly get in touch with you to coordinate the delivery of your prize. Rest assured, we do not deduct any fees or commissions from your winnings, ensuring you receive the full amount, always.
    5. Residents of Australia and New Zealand over 18 years of age can purchase European Millions tickets, giving them the potential to win from EuroMillions draws.

    The following provides a summary of all the features that make both the EuroMillions and our corresponding European Millions lotteries so attractive.

    European Millions
  • How to Play EuroMillions

    How to Play EuroMillions

    To play the EuroMillions, you need to select 5 main numbers from a pool of numbers, from 1 to 50.

    You must also select 2 ‘Lucky Star’ numbers from a different pool of numbers, from 1 to 12.

    When you pick your numbers, you can choose to either pick your own, or you can have them instantly generated randomly for you with a “quick play”. Many people believe that picking your own numbers gives you an advantage in winning a lottery prize, however this is not true. Statistically, the odds of winning are exactly the same and it doesn’t matter whether your numbers are generated randomly or picked manually.

    The European Millions lottery at The Lottery Office has the same game rules and draw mechanics as the EuroMillions.

  • EuroMillions’ Highest Ever Jackpots

    EuroMillions’ Highest Ever Jackpots

    The record to date for the highest ever EuroMillions jackpot is €240 million (AUD$392 million). In the 10 December 2023 draw, a sole winner from the Austria took the entire prize for themselves!

    €240 million was previously the highest possible prize in the EuroMillions. After the win, it was increased to €250 million (approximately AUD$400 million).

    Draw Date Jackpot (€) Jackpot (AUD)*
    10 December 2023 € 240 million $392 million
    19 July 2022 € 230 million $374 million
    15 October 2021 € 220 million $357 million
    10 May 2022 € 215 million $349 million
    26 Feb 2021 € 210 million $341 million
    11 December 2020 € 200 million $325 million
    23 September 2022 € 193 million $314 million
    6 October 2017 € 190 million $308 million
    8 October 2019 € 190 million $308 million
    24 October 2014 € 190 million $308 million

    *AUD prizes correct as of time of conversion

  • Where is EuroMillions Played?

    Where is EuroMillions Played?

    The EuroMillions is played in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

    Spain is the only country in which both EuroMillions and the Eurojackpot are played.

    Australians and New Zealanders can play to win from the draws of the EuroMillions by playing The Lottery Office’s European Millions lottery.

  • History of EuroMillions

    History of EuroMillions

    The EuroMillions was launched in 2004 through a collaboration between the French, Spanish and UK lottery providers. The idea behind the new lottery was to create a bigger and more exciting lottery that could offer more substantial prizes than the conventional independent national lotteries could.

    The EuroMillions lottery quickly grew, expanding from being sold in three countries across Europe to nine countries today and is one of the most popular lottery games in Europe.

    The EuroMillions lottery has come a long way since its launch in 2004. It is now one of the most popular lotteries in the world, and it continues to offer players huge prizes and exciting experiences.

    Over the years, the EuroMillions lottery has undergone several changes in its game format. The current format of 5 from 50 and 2 from 12 has been in place since 2016.

    These changes allowed for bigger and better prizes, and further increased the popularity of this beloved lottery game.

    In February 2007, the EuroMillions conducted its very first EuroMillions Superdraw, giving players the chance to win a jackpot worth a minimum €100 million (approximately AUD$155 million).

    The Lottery Office’s own European Millions lottery was launched in late 2018. It’s now a favourite of players at The Lottery Office. When players buy a European Millions ticket, we secure a corresponding ticket in a EuroMillions lottery draw overseas with the same lottery numbers. This arrangement makes it possible for Australians to get the benefits of the EuroMillions lottery without having to leave Australia.

  • EuroMillions Jackpot Cap

    EuroMillions Jackpot Cap

    For many lotteries, there’s no limit to how high a jackpot can get. This means with each time the jackpot isn’t won in a draw, it rolls over and grows larger for the next draw.

    EuroMillions works a little differently. A jackpot cap has been in place since 2009. This means there’s a limit to how high the jackpot can get. It may sound counter-intuitive, but the jackpot cap is an excellent feature that can result in more people getting larger prizes. So how does it work? Once the jackpot cap has been reached and isn’t won, the money that would go towards making the jackpot larger for the next draw instead goes to the next division winner. This means that most likely winners in division 2 or possibly division 3 will get the benefit of this extra money. Given that these divisions are much easier to win than the jackpot prize it’s a great opportunity to play for huge money, with much better chances than normal of winning it! In fact, it’s not unusual to see division 2 swell to over AUD$30 million in these cases. There is a limit to how long the cap can hang around for, though; if the jackpot prize isn’t won after 5 draws with the cap in place, the entire jackpot prize will roll down, again to the next division with at least one winner. This is how we could potentially see division two win $400 million! This is a completely unprecedented amount of money for a division 2 prize. Even the jackpot prize in the vast majority of lotteries gets nowhere near this size.

    As you can see, the jackpot cap, while restrictive in a sense, can bring opportunities for lower divisions to win much more significant prizes than usual.

    Since 2020 the EuroMillions jackpot cap has been slowly increased by the lottery administrators by €10 million each time the cap was reached.

    As of 10 December 2023, the jackpot cap sits at €250 million (approximately AUD$400 million). The cap will then remain at €250 million, until any further changes are announced by the administrators of the EuroMillions lottery.

  • EuroMillions Prizes

    EuroMillions Prizes

    The European Millions prizes are exactly the same size as those in the EuroMillions. They change each draw, depending on ticket sales.

    There are a huge 13 prize divisions altogether and prizes can be won by matching as few as 2 winning numbers.

    The division 1 jackpot prize is a minimum of €17 million (approximately AUD$25 million).

    The jackpot is paid out as a single lump-sum payment. In the event that more than 1 ticket matches the winning numbers, the jackpot is shared amongst each winning ticket.

    Each entry has a 1 in 12 chance of winning a prize in the EuroMillions lottery.

  • EuroMillions Superdraw

    EuroMillions Superdraw

    Euromillions Superdraws are special events that take place 3 or 4 times each year. For Superdraws, the jackpot is automatically set at a minimum of €130 million (approximately AUD$200 million). It doesn’t matter what the jackpot was in the previous draw; even if it was only AUD$25 million, the Superdraw main prize will still be at least AUD$200 million.

    The cost of an entry into a EuroMillions Superdraw is exactly the same as a regular EuroMillions draw. The odds of winning each prize are exactly the same, as are the game mechanics.

    It’s not unusual for Superdraw jackpots to not be won by anyone. When this happens, the prize rolls over to the following draw. Superdraws can be a helpful shortcut for the jackpot to reach its cap of €250 million (AUD$400 million).

    If a Superdraw is due to take place and the regular European Millions draw jackpot is already higher than the Superdraw’s, the Superdraw will be postponed to a later date.

    Superdraws don’t follow a specific schedule; they’re announced at seemingly random times throughout the year so be sure to regularly check out our European Millions Superdraw page to make sure you don’t miss the next one. You don’t want to miss Australia’s biggest Superdraw!

  • EuroMillions Lotto Systems

    EuroMillions Lotto Systems

    Lotto Systems let you select more, or fewer, numbers when playing lotto. The end result is more chances to win compared with standard lotto games. The EuroMillions lotto systems are not offered, however lotto systems are available when playing the European Millions at The Lottery Office. For standard European Millions games, players must select 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Star numbers. European Millions lotto systems allow players to choose up to 10 main numbers (which is the equivalent of playing 252 standard games). There is also the option to guarantee 1 (equivalent of playing standard 11 games) or both Lucky Star numbers (equivalent of playing 66 standard games), meaning you don’t need to pick them; you’re guaranteed the winning Lucky Star numbers. Lucky Star numbers are required in 9 of the 13 prize divisions (including the jackpot), so these options have a real advantage over standard European Millions games.

    Try our European Millions lotto systems today!

  • EuroMillions Syndicates

    EuroMillions Syndicates

    When the EuroMillions jackpot grows to a significant size The Lottery Office opens syndicates in their matching European Millions lottery. Syndicates let players combine their money together to buy more European Millions tickets than they could if they were playing by themselves. With a much larger pool of funds and subsequently a larger collection of lotto games, the chances of winning prizes is greatly increased. The cost of the games is shared as are the prizes. Syndicates are a useful way to increase the chances of winning a lottery and although the wins are shared amongst syndicate members, jackpot wins will still ensure that everyone get a hefty prize!

    Check our Syndicates page regularly to keep an eye on our European Millions syndicates, for more chances to win prizes for less.

  • European Millions Player’s Perfectly Timed Win

    European Millions Player’s Perfectly Timed Win

    A Lottery Office player from North Melbourne recovering from surgery was thrilled to win over $55,000 in The Lottery Office’s European Millions, just in time to help with the bills while he took time off to recover at home.

    He was attracted to the possibility of playing to win from EuroMillions draws and had only been playing with The Lottery Office for a short time. For his division 3 win he matched all 5 main numbers in the 26 April 2023 draw.

  • European Millions FAQs

    European Millions FAQs

    Can Australians Play EuroMillions?

    The Lottery Office enables Australians to play to win from the draws of the EuroMillions. When you buy an entry into our European Millions lottery, we use the same lotto numbers you picked to buy a corresponding ticket in a EuroMillions draw overseas.

    Is EuroMillions Tax-Free?

    EuroMillions winnings may be taxed according to the country the tickets are purchased in. When players enter our European Millions, any winnings are 100% tax-free; there are no taxes incurred from neither Europe nor Australia.

    When is the EuroMillions Drawn?

    The EuroMillions is drawn each Wednesday and Saturday at 4:45am (AEST). Entry into each draw closes each Tuesday and Friday at 11:59pm (AEST).

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