The EuroMillions Lottery game is hugely popular mainly due to the eye watering sums frequently available for Jackpot winners who match all five main balls and both lucky stars. This main prize has always been elusive since the games inception but it’s become progressively more difficult to win as extra balls were added by the lottery operators over the years. The objective of this being to increase the number of rollovers which in turn will increase the total prize available and boost ticket sales.
EuroMillions Prize Structure Table
The amounts shown in the right hand column indicate the average amount won. It will vary depending on the number of tickets sold and the result itself. For example low numbers frequently produce more winners (as players like to select Birthdays). In this case the prize share in each bracket is likely to be lower.
EuroMillions Jackpot Information
The odds of winning any prize are 1-13 which is respectable however the Jackpot is far more difficult to win at 1 in 139,838,160. That’s why despite millions of players throughout Europe – the average draw produces no Jackpot winners. Many are critical of lottery games due to the incredibly low likelihood of winning however there are real winners relatively frequently. The key is to ‘be in it’ to give yourself a chance but play responsibly. Many players purchase multiple tickets – this isn’t recommended. It can quickly get out of hand. Keep the total spend low and keep your fingers crossed.