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Who’s Playing Eurojackpot?

Who’s playing Eurojackpot? 

Europe is famous for many things, its people, culture, food and of course, its lotteries!

Europe is home to some of the biggest lottery jackpots in the world, with EuroMillions leading the way with prize money in the hundreds of millions! 

But right on the heels of EuroMillions is another exciting European lottery, Eurojackpot.

This popular lottery launched in 2012 and has grown to be one of the most popular lotteries across the European continent. As EuroMillions isn’t available in every European country, Eurojackpot has filled this gap and is offering up bigger jackpots than ever. 

Why we love Eurojackpot

The jackpots might not be as big as EuroMillions, but this lottery is cheaper to play and it’s easier to win. 

Who could complain with Eurojackpot, jackpots starting at AUD$15 million! While they may be capped at AUD$170 million, it’s still a lot of zeros in your bank account if you’re a division 1 winner! 

With so many countries participating (18 in total), the jackpots are huge! Even if you don’t walk away with a first division win, the prize money is out of this world with 2nd division reaching AUD$2 million. 

Thanks to the jackpot cap of AUD$170 million, any extra prize money that rises above the cap will be passed down to the next division winner. By playing our matching European Jackpot lottery you could be a division 2 millionaire!

Participating countries

What European countries participate in the Eurojackpot lottery

Initially, only 8 countries participated in Eurojackpot, although it wasn’t long until another 6 joined and now lottery lovers can play Eurojackpot in 18 countries across Europe. These countries include Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Norway, Latvia, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Netherlands, Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, and Spain. 


How you can play to win

When you buy a ticket in our European Jackpot lottery, we buy a matching ticket in the corresponding Eurojackpot draw in Europe. 

Draws are held every Wednesday and Saturday. To play choose 5 numbers between 1 and 50 and 2 Euro numbers between 1 and 12. Choose how many games you’d like to play and you’re in with a chance to win! 

If you match all 7 numbers and are the only winner you’ll bag a minimum jackpot of AUD$15 million.

Match a minimum of 3 numbers and you’ll win a prize. 

How to collect your prize money

If you win you don’t have to fly to Europe to collect your prize money because you win from our matching lottery here in Australia. If you win we collect the money we have won from the matching Eurojackpot lottery ticket we bought and pay you the exact same amount. If you win more than AU$10,000 we’ll be in touch to find out how you’d like your prize money paid to you. 

The Lottery Office doesn’t charge fees or take commissions when you win a prize from our European Jackpot draw. We pay you your full prize entitlement and it will be the exact amount we collect from the Eurojackpot draw.

Sign up for an account with The Lottery Office today!

Playing to win from the draws of Eurojackpot is easy as 1, 2, 3! 

  1. Create an account with The Lottery Office
  2. Choose the European Jackpot lottery and select how many games you’d like to play
  3. Choose your numbers and you’re in the draw to win! 

Try your luck and play to win from the draws of Eurojackpot today!

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Can a “foreigner” win Eurojackpot?

The Lottery Office enables non Europeans to win from the draws of the Eurojackpot. We buy matching tickets in Eurojackpot draws when you buy a ticket in our European Jackpot lottery. If the Eurojackpot ticket wins a prize, we collect it. We then pay you exactly the same amount, 100% tax-free. We take no commissions.

How is Eurojackpot paid out?

When you win a prize with our European Jackpot lottery, we collect the matching Eurojackpot ticket prize and then pay you the exact same winning amount. If the prize is less than $10,000, we pay it directly into your Lottery Office account. If it is over $10,000 we contact you to find out how you would like to be paid.

Eurojackpot how to play

To play the Eurojackpot, you must pick 5 numbers from a pool of 1-50 and and extra 2 Euro numbers from a pool of 1-12.

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