All participating countries have their own special EuroMillions draws and all offer big prizes and great chances of winning, sometimes at no extra cost. Some special draws, such as Superdraws, are played across Europe and offer the biggest prizes of all. Learn about all the special draws available to EuroMillions players.
Also known as the ‘EuroMillionaires Raffle Draw’ in Ireland and ‘Pluies de Millionnaires’ in Belgium and France, this special raffle guarantees that multiple players from all over Europe will become millionaires.
In a Superdraw, the jackpot is pushed up to a set amount such as €100 million, even if the top prize was much lower or even won in the previous draw. Superdraws only happen a few times a year and they help to create some of the game’s biggest winners.
The UK Millionaire Maker raffle awards at least one lucky ticket holder a prize of £1 million in every single EuroMillions draw. Look out for the special Millionaire Maker draws in which dozens of million-pound prizes are given away at the same time.
Played alongside EuroMillions every Tuesday and Friday, EuroMillions HotPicks offers bigger prizes for matching fewer main EuroMillions numbers. To win, decide how many numbers you will pick and match them all to take home the prize.
EuroMillions Plus is exclusive to Irish players and can be played for an additional €1 per line. Your EuroMillions numbers are entered into the ‘Plus’ draw and you can win €500,000 if you match them all.
Offering 10 prizes of €5,000 in every EuroMillions draw, the Ireland Only Raffle is included in the price of a ticket. Regular promotional draws also take place, in which the prize fund is increased to pay out bigger prizes to one or all of the winners.
A prize of CHF250,000 will be yours if the five-digit Super-Star code on your ticket matches the winning one drawn. It doesn’t matter if other players match it as well - you will still win the full CHF250,000.
In Switzerland, you always have a second chance to win. Your five main numbers are entered into another draw and you receive a prize for matching three, four, or five of them. If nobody wins the jackpot, the money is shared between winners in the next tier.
Joker gives you the chance to win up to €500,000. You have to match all six numbers in the right order to win the top prize, while there are a further five prize amounts available. The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 10.
When you play EuroMillions in Luxembourg, you are also entered straight into the Extra Lux draw at no additional cost. If your five main numbers come up in Extra Lux, you receive €100,000. There are also prizes for matching three or four numbers.
My Bonus is a raffle with more big winners than most. The game gives away 200 prizes of €500 every Tuesday and 400 prizes of €500 every Friday. On top of that, there are regular promotions in which thousands of players are awarded €10 each.
A daily game in Belgium that offers a minimum jackpot of €200,000, Joker+ requires you to match six numbers from 0 to 9 in order, plus a Constellation. There are eight ways to win in total, so you just need to match one number in the right spot.
You receive automatic entry to My Million whenever you buy a EuroMillions ticket in France, with one random code on your ticket for every line you play. Match the winning code exactly to become a millionaire.
If you add Etoile+ to your ticket, any EuroMillions prize you win will be increased. Etoile+ also gives you more ways to win, so you will receive a prize for matching one or two of the Lucky Stars without any of the main numbers.
Joker can be played alongside a number of other games in Austria, including EuroMillions. You receive six random numbers between 0 and 9 and must match them in the right order to win prizes.
Whenever you play EuroMillions in Austria, the receipt number ('Quittungsnummer') shown on your ticket will be entered into a raffle where you will have the chance to win a prize of €100,000. In special promotional draws, the the prize amount on offer or the number of winners can increase.
El Millón is a Spanish raffle that takes place alongside every single EuroMillions draw. One code is drawn at random as the winner and if your ticket matches it exactly, you scoop €1 million. Keep an eye out for those draws where even more prizes are offered.
M1lhão awards at least one prize of €1 million every week. Draws only take place on a Friday, but you have a chance to win even if you buy your EuroMillions ticket for a Tuesday draw. From time to time, there are multiple prizes of €1 million up for grabs.