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What is the jackpot on EuroMillions?

EuroMillions currently has a minimum jackpot of approximately €15 million and a maximum jackpot capped at €190 million, making EuroMillions by far the largest lottery prize in Europe.

What is the EuroMillions jackpot for 2021?

The current jackpot for Tuesday, 12.10.2021 is 17 Million EURO. The EuroMillions draw takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday evenings in Paris, France at 20:30 CET Time. Shortly following the draw you can find out the winning numbers on our EuroMillions results page.

What are the most consecutive draws without a EuroMillions jackpot winner?

The jackpot rolled over for 18 draws in a row to hit the 竄ャ190 million cap ahead of the draw on Tuesday 24th September. It was the most consecutive draws without a jackpot winner in EuroMillions history. The top prize for the previous draw on Friday 20th September had fallen just short of the maximum amount, coming in at 竄ャ188 million.

Where can I find information about EuroMillions? is the website with all the information about Euromillions (Euromillones in spanish), the game organized by nine european countries where you can always win millions in prizes. Here you can find the results and winners of every draw, stats about numbers and stars, data about jackpots, and all the information about the draw.

How much is the jackpot in EuroMillions?

The minimum jackpot is 17 million euros, and the maximum jackpot is 250 million euros. (In the UK it starts at £15 million and goes up to £230 million.) Learn more about prizes. The jackpot is defined as the proportion of the prize fund that is allocated to the first category of prizes.

Who won the EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot?

The Superdraw jackpot started at €130 million (£115 million) but was not won on the night. It rolled over three times before a Swiss player won the entire jackpot worth CHF183 million (£144 million). The jackpot rolled over on the night of the draw to £121 million and was won the following Tuesday by a single ticket holder from the UK.

What is the EuroMillions jackpot for October 2021?

The jackpot cap increased from €220 million to €230 million in October 2021. When is the next 2021 EuroMillions Superdraw? The most recent EuroMillions Superdraw took place on Friday 3rd December 2021, with a €130/£110 million jackpot on offer. Head to the results page to check the winning numbers.

Is EuroMillions the biggest lottery in Europe?

That now makes the cap €230 Million, which can only increase two more times. The jackpot resets and the the cap hits its absolute maximum of €250 million. The potential €250 million cap makes EuroMillions the biggest lottery in Europe. The following table shows how it compares to some other national and transnational lotteries.

How many EuroMillions jackpot winners have there been?

There have been hundreds of EuroMillions jackpot winners crowned since the first draw in February 2004, with lucky players landing prizes worth between €16 million and the maximum €190 million.

How many EuroMillions draws have there been since 2004?

There have been over 1,200 EuroMillions draws since 2004, with millions of euros given away in every one. has crunched the numbers so you can view in-depth winner statistics, from the countries that have won the most prizes to the day of the year thats luckiest for winning a jackpot.

How can I find out more about EuroMillions numbers?

Look through the frequency graphs and tables to see the most common EuroMillions numbers and Lucky Stars, plus lots more information about numbers that are regularly drawn together as pairs or triplets. As well as statistics about the most drawn EuroMillions numbers, you can also find out about record jackpots and winners further down the page.

What are some of the biggest EuroMillions syndicate wins?

There are several notable EuroMillions syndicate wins throughout the history of the game: A family syndicate from County Dublin claimed the biggest ever lottery prize won in Ireland when they won €175 milion on Tuesday 19th February 2019. On Friday 1st July 2016, a syndicate of Dublin bus drivers won a EuroMillions jackpot worth €23.8 million.

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