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How to Play EuroJackpot Online

How Do You Play EuroJackpot Online?

Play EuroJackpot by choosing five main numbers from a guess range of 1-50, and two additional numbers from a separate guess range of 1-10, and you can do this online in the same manner as if purchasing your tickets in person at a retailer. Select your numbers with quick pick, use your saved lucky numbers, or make a manual selection. When you buy official lottery tickets online at theLotter New Zealand, 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 span 18 participating countries. The European lottery awards winning players with prizes in twelve (12) prize divisions, including a jackpot which kicks off at €10 million and can reach as high as €90 million.

What Makes EuroJackpot One of Europe’s Biggest Lotteries?

What Makes EuroJackpot the Biggest European Lottery?

Eighteen countries participate in the weekly EuroJackpot, making it the biggest pan-European lottery! The top EuroJackpot prize is capped at €90 million. When the cap is reached, the excess prize money rolls down to winning tickets in the next highest of the lottery's 12 prize divisions, making EuroJackpot a very popular lottery to play.

The following countries participate in the weekly EuroJackpot draws: Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. Poland became the 18th participating country when it joined EuroJackpot in September 2017.

Save on EuroJackpot Lotto Tickets Online

How Can You Save on EuroJackpot Lotto Tickets Online?

Buy lottery tickets online and start saving now! Enjoy discounts of up to 25% with 5, 10, 25 or 52-draw EuroJackpot multi-draw packages, play with a subscription for every 10th ticket free, or purchase a Bundle with a built-in discount. Become a theLotter New Zealand VIP to save up to 20% on all lottery ticket purchases!

How to Win EuroJackpot’s Top Prize

How Do You Win EuroJackpot’s Top Prize?

Match all five main numbers and the two supplementary Euro Numbers, and you win the EuroJackpot jackpot; if your numbers form a partial match, you could still win prizes in EuroJackpot’s 11 fantastic secondary prize divisions. Play EuroJackpot online with a systematic form and you can win multiple times in more than one prize division on the same ticket. EuroJackpot’s starting jackpot is €10 million and it can rollover as high as €90 million!

EuroJackpot has reached its jackpot cap a number of times since the lottery's establishment in 2012. In the 23 August 2019 draw, a record high EuroJackpot prize of €92 million was awarded to a 50-player syndicate from Finland that claimed not only the €90 million jackpot, but also several secondary prizes that boosted its top prize by €2 million!

How to Claim EuroJackpot Lottery Prizes at theLotter New Zealand

How Do You Claim EuroJackpot Lottery Prizes at theLotter New Zealand?

Win any EuroJackpot prize and theLotter New Zealand will send you a free win notification via email and SMS to let you know you’ve won! Prizes will be transferred directly into your theLotter New Zealand account after the EuroJackpot results are published and the prize money has been received from the official lottery operator. EuroJackpot’s top four prizes, worth between four and eight figures, may need to be collected in person in the country where your EuroJackpot lottery ticket was purchased.

EuroJackpot vs. EuroMillions: What’s the Difference?

What's the Difference Between EuroJackpot and EuroMillions?

EuroJackpot and EuroMillions are Europe’s two biggest transnational lottery draws, and although both of them require 5+2 matches to win the jackpot, EuroMillions can offer higher jackpots while the odds of winning any prize in EuroJackpot are slightly better. EuroJackpot is offered in 18 European countries; EuroMillions tickets are available in 9. Spain is the only country in which tickets to both of these lotteries are sold, although you can purchase their tickets online here at theLotter New Zealand. EuroMillions has a €190 million jackpot cap and EuroJackpot’s jackpot is capped at €90 million). Both lotteries are exciting games to play!

Latest News About EuroJackpot Lottery Players

Latest News about EuroJackpot Lottery Players

The EuroJackpot top prize is still waiting to be claimed! The jackpot rolled over again and as a result, it has jumped to an impressive €68 million in the upcoming draw on Friday, 24 January! Guarantee your participation in the draw today for the chance to be the first EuroJackpot winner of 2020!

After just a single rollover, the EuroJackpot top prize of 10,455,190.60 was won in the Friday, 13 December 2019 draw! The lucky player was able to guess all five lucky numbers : 25 31 38 49 and 50, and the two Euronumbers: 5 and 10. EuroJackpot players seem to be on a roll with the last jackpot won in just two draws! 

After just 2 rollovers, the EuroJackpot prize of €23 million was won by a very lucky Finnish player who purchased their prize-winning ticket in Tervakoski, Janakkala. This is the second big win for Finnish players in the past few months after a syndicate won a record breaking €92 million EuroJackpot prize back in August. As it turns out, this big win happened just i time to celebrate Finland's Independence Day! 

Previously, after two weeks at its peak, EuroJackpot saw its €90 million jackpot prize split between three lucky winners in the draw on 22 November 2019. Two of the winners were from Germany while the third winning ticket was reportedly purchased in Hungary.

A lucky player from Norway won the €44,684,075.80 million jackpot in the Friday, 20 September 2019 EuroJackpot draw! This is the biggest EuroJackpot top prize won by a Norwegian player! The winner could not believe his luck when contacted by Norsk Tipping (Norway's national lottery) and told them that it must be a misunderstanding. Only after checking the app and seeing the winning numbers did he realize that he had actually won! "This will give me freedom and more opportunities, but I have to be careful about managing the money".