Euro Millions Information
There are four main ways to play Euro Millions: with a single playslip, with a multiple playslip, or by using a lucky dip and also by playing online. Let’s take a quick look at each of these options: how to play EuroMillions
Take a look at our FAQs section for answers to many of the commonly asked questions relating to EuroMillions, including draw times, lottery odds and player eligibility: Euro Millions FAQs
Playing in a lottery syndicate can greatly increase your chances of winning, however there are a few rules which should be put in place to protect everyone in the group should you win: EuroMillions Syndicate Agreement
10th May saw the launch of the new Tuesday EuroMillions game and with the new game came a change in the prize structure with the addition of more Lucky Stars. Read more about the Tuesday Euro Millions games and check results.
When the EuroMillions games first launched back in 2004 the draws took place on a Friday evening. Read more about the Friday Euro Millions games and check results.
Euro-Millions.com do not send out emails to anybody - unsolicited or otherwise. So if you receive one saying it is from us, you can safely assume it is a scam. For more on lottery scams, read here.
This EuroMillions jackpot is occasionally capped to prevent it going above a certain limit. This page tells you how that jackpot pool cap is calculated.
This page details special Special EuroMillions Christmas draws that can take place over the festive season.
On Friday 27th July 2012 the EuroMillions lottery created a massive 100 UK millionaires in a super-special millionaire raffle draw which set the world record for the most amount of millionaires created in a single draw!
We all know that Euromillions is the biggest lottery in Europe, but did you know that Euromillions is actually a world leader as far as lottery games are concerned? If you didn’t take a look at the stats of some of the other major lottery games, then get ready to feel a rush of good old European pride! - (10/6/13)
Euromillions players often have their own lucky numbers and choose a variety of methods to come up with what they hope will be a winning combination. Some players use familiar numbers like birthdays, house numbers, ages etc. while others may take a different approach and consider the past performance of the various numbers used in the draw. - (10/6/13)
Some Euromillions players are experimenting with a new approach to winning that involves “ordering” riches from the cosmos. The idea of being able to place orders for the fulfilment of personal desires and wishes with a hypothetical all-pervading “universal intelligence” is not particularly new, but a book by German author Bärbel Mohr called The Cosmic Ordering Service: A Guide to Realising Your Dream has brought it into the limelight. - (10/6/13)
The EuroMillions Rollover System is one that has been developed for lottery players who enjoy participating in jackpot rollover draws and would like to consider adopting a more systematic approach to them. It is a very straightforward system that can be used with equal effectiveness by individual players and lottery syndicates alike, and although no system can guarantee jackpot-winning success, the EuroMillions Rollover System does boast the very handy feature of giving you an increased chance of winning as the jackpot grows. - (3/6/13)
EuroMillions isn’t just one of the biggest and most popular lottery games in the world – it can also be a very effective self-help tool for anyone who wants to improve their life in some way. Whilst that might sound like a far-fetched idea, stick with us for a few minutes and we think you’ll come to agree, because the notion is actually quite scientific. The roots of the concept can be found in the psychology of human motivation, and specifically in behavioural psychology, where it has been demonstrated that the human brain is hard-wired to pursue behaviours and actions that lead to positive reinforcement. - (4/4/13)
The EuroJackpot Lottery System is one that is designed to give EuroJackpot players the guarantee that they will always have an entry that matches at least one of the two Euro numbers drawn no matter which two numbers come up. Now anyone who plays the EuroJackpot game regularly will know that no prize is won by matching one Euro number alone, but with one number in the bag every time you play, the odds of you winning are much improved. Add a liberal dash of luck and this simple little system just might help you to win big! - (5/2/13)
EuroMillions is less than a decade old, with the first draw having taken place in February 2004, but it is already one of the most popular lottery games in the world and boasts a bigger following than many of the games that have been around for much longer. Participation levels are consistently high, social networking sites buzz with excitement on days when a draw is scheduled to take place and the lottery record books are already peppered with EuroMillions references. So why is EuroMillions such a convincing lottery winner? We have four possible answers to that question… - (10/12/12)
Many lottery fans like to enter random numbers into EuroMillions draws for a variety of reasons, and game organisers in each participating country make it easy to do so by offering a Lucky Dip or similar feature. This is something that allows players to check a simple box on their play slip and have their five main selections and two Lucky Star selections generated at random at the point of purchase. - (11/10/12)
A EuroMillions lottery system is nothing more than a deliberately planned approach to playing the game, and no EuroMillions system (apart from playing every possible combination of numbers – something that would require 116,531,800 entries) can ever help you to pick the right numbers at the right time. Of course, it is also true that the more tickets you purchase the more chance you will have of being lucky enough to win a prize of some kind, so we now present one of the simplest systems that we know of, which we have cleverly named The Simple System for EuroMillions. - (15/8/12)