The Eurojackpot is a lottery played by participants from selected European countries. To enter, players must select 5 main numbers from a pool of 1 to 50. Two ‘Euro’ numbers from a second pool of 1 to 10 must also be selected. The winning numbers are then drawn at random in Helsinki, Finland each Friday (Helsinki time).
€10 million (approximately AUD$17 million) is the minimum jackpot. When it’s not won, it grows each draw until it’s either won, or reaches a maximum of €90 million (approximately AUD$140 million). When the jackpot cap is in place and is not won, any money that would normally go towards increasing the jackpot prize for the next draw will instead go to the second division.
Prize Categories and Odds
|Prize Categories||Odds of Winning (1 in:)||Average Estimated Prize €|
|Match 5 and 2 Euro Numbers||95,344,200||33,408,803|
|Match 5 and 1 Euro Number||5,959,013||720,483|
|Match 4 and 2 Euro Numbers||423,752||4,380|
|Match 4 and 1 Euro Number||26,485||258|
|Match 3 and 2 Euro Numbers||9,631||60|
|Match 2 and 2 Euro Numbers||672||21|
|Match 3 and 1 Euro Number||602||19|
|Match 1 and 2 Euro Numbers||128||10|
|Match 2 and 1 Euro Number||42||8|
Only one prize per game can be won in each draw
If a winning game qualifies to win across multiple prize categories, only the highest prize will be paid to the ticket holder.
Matching EuroJackpot tickets are purchased in Germany. Lottery winnings are not currently taxed in Germany.
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