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Buy official EuroJackpot tickets by choosing five main numbers from a guess range of 1-50 and two additional numbers between 1-8. The EuroJackpot set a record of €57 million in April 2014, just two year after its creation!
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How to Play EuroJackpot Lottery Online

How to Play EuroJackpot Lottery Online

Play EuroJackpot online with your selection of five main numbers from a guess range of 1-50, and two additional numbers from a separate guess range of 1-8, on 3, 4 or 5-line tickets. Select your numbers with quick pick, use your saved lucky numbers, or make manual selection. When you buy official lottery tickets online at theLotter, we scan a copy of your ticket to your account before the draw as part of our See Your Ticket Service. Learn how we buy official EuroJackpot tickets here.

EuroJackpot draws take place on Friday nights in Helsinki, Finland, at 19:00 GMT and with 14 participating countries. The European lottery offers 12 fantastic prize divisions, including an official starting jackpot of €10 million.

What Makes EuroJackpot One of Europe’s Biggest Lotteries?

What Makes EuroJackpot One of Europe’s Biggest Lotteries?

The EuroJackpot, which offers the biggest prizes of any lottery, was born in the 21st Century. It grew from eight to 14 participating countries (passing EuroMillions as Europe’s biggest pan-European lottery) and offered a top prize of half its generous €90 million jackpot cap in little over a year. EuroJackpot prizes are tax-free, so you receive every cent when you win!

Save on EuroJackpot Lottery Tickets Online

Save on EuroJackpot Lottery Tickets Online

Buy lottery tickets online with theLotter’s introductory Buy One Get One FREE offer! Enjoy discounts of up to 25% with 5, 10, 25 or 52-draw EuroJackpot multi-draw packages, or play with a subscription for every 10th ticket free. Become a theLotter VIP to save up to 20% on all lottery ticket purchases!

How to Win EuroJackpot’s Top Prize

How to Win EuroJackpot’s Top Prize

Drawing on the power of 14 participating countries, EuroJackpot is able to offer twelve fantastic prize divisions, including a jackpot that can range from €10 million to €90 million! Match all five main numbers and both additional numbers selected in a Friday night draw and start your weekend a big euro lottery winner. EuroJackpot’s record stands at €57 million, and the lottery has a jackpot cap of €90,000,000.

How to Claim EuroJackpot Lottery Prizes at theLotter

How to Claim EuroJackpot Lottery Prizes at theLotter

Win any of EuroJackpot’s 12 prizes, and theLotter will send you a free win notification via email and SMS to let you know you’ve won! Any prize up to $2,500 will be transferred directly into your theLotter account after the EuroJackpot results are published EuroJackpot’s top four prizes, worth between four and eight figures, may need to be collected in the country where your EuroJackpot lottery ticket was purchased. All EuroJackpot prizes are tax-free.

EuroJackpot vs. EuroMillions: What’s the Difference?

EuroJackpot vs. EuroMillions: What’s the Difference?

EuroJackpot and EuroMillions are Europe’s two biggest multi-state lottery draws. Together they cover 22 of Europe’s 53 countries, and currently overlap in a single lottery-loving state, Spain. Both euro lotteries require 5+2 matches to win the jackpots, and although EuroMillions has a €190 million jackpot cap (that was reached and won in 2012), the odds of winning EuroJackpot’s jackpot (which can reach €90 million) is almost twice as good! EuroMillions celebrated its 10th anniversary in February 2014, and EuroJackpot celebrated its second birthday a month later.

Latest News About EuroJackpot Lottery Players

Latest News About EuroJackpot Lottery Players

At barely two years old, EuroJackpot has already taken several great leaps and strides in its short history, including growing from eight to 14 participating countries and hitting half its jackpot cap. Stay in touch with EuroJackpot’s progress as it looks to add further European countries to the family and perhaps to become a twice-weekly lotto!