Latest EuroMillions results in UK

Euromillions: Europe's No. 1 lottery

Euromillions is an international lottery game that began in 2004, uniting several European countries under one exciting shared jackpot. The lottery offers substantial prizes, including a minimum guaranteed jackpot of €17 million, equivalent to approximately £14 million. This tantalizing prize pool makes Euromillions one of the most lucrative lottery games worldwide.

Its draws are held twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday at 20:00h UK time (21:100h Paris time, where the draws are physically held) and in each of these draws players have the chance to win one of the world's biggest jackpots, as EuroMillions is undoubtedly one of the lotteries with the biggest prizes in the world.

Who Can Play and How Does it Work?

Anyone can participate in Euromillions, whether they reside in one of the participating countries or play online. Countries participating in Euromillions include the UK, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Switzerland. The game involves selecting numbers and hoping your chosen combination matches the winning draw. If you're lucky, you could walk away with the colossal jackpot.

How to Play Euromillions

The foundation of Euromillions lies in its simple yet engaging number selection process. As a player, you choose five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two "Lucky Star" numbers from 1 to 12. If all seven of your numbers match the drawn numbers, you hit the jackpot! However, even if you don't match all the numbers, you could still win one of the smaller prizes by matching fewer numbers.

All About the Bets: Single, Multiple, and Groups

Euromillions offers different betting options to suit every player's style. When it comes to playing Euromillions, depending on where you choose to play, you can choose from one of 3 betting modes: single bets, multiple bets or join a syndicate.

Simple or Single Bets

Simple bets are the most classic and easiest way to play. It consists of completing a single Euromillions ticket, which allows you to fill in up to a maximum of 5 single bets. You can choose whether to complete a single bet or to mark up to 5. However, each simple bet has an individual price, so the more simple bets you place, the higher the total price of the ticket.

Multiple Bets

Multiple bets allow you to play many more bets than the 5 allowed on a single ticket. When you buy a ticket to play Euromillions, by checking the multiple bets option, you will automatically be able to mark more numbers than those allowed in a single bet (5 numbers plus 2 stars). The more numbers you select, the greater the number of combinations formed in total between all those numbers, thus increasing the odds of winning (and the total price of the ticket).

Joining Forces: Euromillions Syndicates or Groups

A syndicate, group or lottery pool is the best option to play a lot of bets without having to spend a lot of money. Groups consist of several players who join forces to buy several tickets together and share the prizes won. There can be 2 types of groups:

Where to Play Euromillions

Whether you prefer the thrill of buying a physical ticket or the convenience of playing online, Euromillions has got you covered. You can purchase tickets at retail stores or via online platforms. While in-store purchases offer a tangible ticket, online purchases allow for easy number selection, automatic result checking, public groups or syndicates, and direct deposit of winnings into your account.

Euromillions Prizes

Unraveling the 13 Prize Categories

Euromillions offers 13 different prize categories, ranging from matching just two main numbers to hitting the jackpot by matching all five main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers. This range of prizes means that even if you don't win the jackpot, there are many other opportunities to win smaller but still substantial prizes.

Euromillions prizes are established on a draw-by-draw basis according to two variables: sales revenue and accumulated prizes. Euromillions prizes are accumulative, which means that if there are no hits in a certain category, the prize is accumulated and added to the next draw's proceeds, which allows Euromillions jackpots to grow to multi-million figures. The following table shows the distributions of the prize fund according to each category, as well as the number of hits needed to win each prize:


Percentage of prize fund

1st Prize (5+2)

43,20% dropping to 27,00% after 6 rollovers

2nd Prize (5+1)


3rd Prize (5+0)


4th Prize (4+2)


5th Prize (4+1)


6th Prize (3+2)


7th Prize (4+0)


8th Prize (2+2)


9th Prize (3+21)


10th Prize (3+0)


11th Prize (1+2)


12th Prize (2+1)


13th Prize (2+0)


Chasing the Elusive Jackpot

The Euromillions jackpot is the ultimate prize that players dream of winning. The jackpot starts at a minimum of 17 million euros (approximately 14 million pounds) and can grow up to a staggering 250 million euros (approximately 217 million pounds).

The new Euromillions rules, introduced in February 2020, updated the jackpot cap from €190 million to €200 million, with the novelty that, once that figure was reached, the limit would increase by a further €10 million to €210 million, and so on until the maximum cap of €250 million was reached. So far, the biggest jackpot ever won on Euromillions was €230 million (£195 million) in July 2022, so the current jackpot cap is €240 million.

What Happens When the Euromillions Cap is Reached?

The Euromillions jackpot can be accumulated, but only up to a certain limit. But what happens when this cap is reached, and what if there is no winner of the draw? This is when one of the most interesting Euromillions rules comes into play: the "Must be Won" draw.

The dynamics of the Must be Won draw, establishes that, once the Euromillions cap is reached, if there are no winners of the first prize, the jackpot will remain static for the next draw, and so on until a total of 4 draws without winners after the limit is reached. The proceeds from sales for subsequent draws would be accumulated in the lower prize categories instead of the jackpot, further swelling the prize figures in other categories. But if, after the 4th draw, there is no winner either, the Euromillions rules state that the jackpot will be distributed in the 5th draw. How does this happen? Because, in case there is no winner, the jackpot will be distributed among the winners of the next category with correct numbers. This ensures that even if the jackpot isn't won, the massive prize pool doesn't go to waste.

Odds of Winning Euromillions: Are You Feeling Lucky?

The odds of winning the Euromillions jackpot with a single bet are approximately 1 in 139,838,160 – quite a long shot, but the potential reward is immense. However, the odds of winning any prize are significantly better at around 1 in 13. These odds make Euromillions a thrilling choice for lottery enthusiasts looking to test their luck.

In this table, it is possible to see the odds of winning in each of the prize categories with a single simple bet:


Odds of winning

1st Prize (5+2)

1 in 139,838,160

2nd Prize (5+1)

1 in 6,991,908

3rd Prize (5+0)

1 in 3,107,515

4th Prize (4+2)

1 in 621,503

5th Prize (4+1)

1 in 31,076

6th Prize (3+2)

1 in 14,126

7th Prize (4+0)

1 in 13,812

8th Prize (2+2)

1 in 986

9th Prize (3+21)

1 in 707

10th Prize (3+0)

1 in 314

11th Prize (1+2)

1 in 188

12th Prize (2+1)

1 in 50

13th Prize (2+0)

1 in 22

Superdraw and Millionaire Maker: Extra Excitement

The Euromillions Superdraw: A Guaranteed Prize Bonanza

Beyond regular draws, Euromillions also hosts occasional Superdraws, also known as Mega Draws, offering a guaranteed minimum jackpot of 130 million euros (approximately 113 million pounds). These draws add an extra layer of excitement, as they provide an even bigger opportunity for players to become instant multimillionaires.

In these draws, the minimum guaranteed Euromillions jackpot increases from €17 million (£14 million) to €130 million (£113 million), so regardless of the amount accumulated until the previous draw, Euromillions players can be sure that they will be playing for a jackpot of at least €130 million on that day.

There is no fixed number of Superdraws draws per year, but they are announced on different dates throughout the year with a certain amount of advance notice. However, when reviewing the history of the Euromillions Superdraws draws, it can be established that, on average, there are around 3 Mega Draws per year.

Meet the Euromillions Millionaire Maker

In addition to the main game, UK players have a chance to win additional prizes through the Millionaire Maker. Every Euromillions ticket bought in the UK comes with a unique Millionaire Maker code. This code is printed on the ticket at random, so it cannot be chosen by the player. If your code matches the one drawn on the night, you win a cool £1 million – an exciting bonus to the main game! Especially since there is no extra cost to participate, but it is an additional chance to win with the same ticket.

Euromillions Results: How do I check my winnings?

EuroMillions results are published on our website at the same time as they are published on the official lottery website, minutes after the lottery draws are held, every Tuesday and Friday at 20:00h in the UK. You can check the winning numbers and the corresponding prizes according to the number of correct guesses on this page at any time.