EuroMillions is not the only lottery in Europe that offers great prizes on a regular basis. There are a wide variety of other exciting draws, including other multi-national European lotteries and many games set in single countries.
For further information on a particular European lottery, choose from the options below.
Pick 3 brings an exciting twist to traditional lottery games, giving you the freedom to choose between several different ways to play.
Irish Lotto is played twice a week, with odds of winning that are far more favourable than many other big-jackpot lotteries.
UK Lotto offers big jackpots and regular special draws. Find out more about how it works, plus details on other UK lotteries.
Loteria del Niño, also known just as El Nino, is a Spanish draw which takes place once a year and gives away tens of thousands of prizes.
Lotto 6aus49 draws are held twice a week, with jackpots that can quickly grow into the tens of millions of euros.
SuperEnalotto is one of the biggest lotteries in the world, let alone Europe. The jackpot has been known to top €300 million.
Eurojackpot is played in even more countries than EuroMillions, primarily in the North and East of Europe. See a comparison of EuroMillions and Eurojackpot.
La Primitiva is a twice-weekly draw in Spain, with a jackpot that has previously gone into nine figures.
Find out all about France’s flagship national lottery game, including the 2nd Tirage and the French Loto Raffle.
In Portugal, you can play Totoloto twice a week for the chance to win great prizes. The jackpot is always worth at least €1 million.
Thunderball takes place four times a week in the UK. Learn more about a game that has nine fixed prize amounts.
El Gordo de Navidad is an annual Christmas lottery played in Spain featuring a gigantic prize pool in excess of €2 million.
Viking Lotto takes place across ten European countries and offers big jackpots. Find out everything about this multi-national lottery.