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EuroMillions HotPicks

EuroMillions HotPicks is a UK supplementary game based on the main EuroMillions numbers, which offers prizes worth up to £1 million. Players are able to choose how many numbers they wish to match, with a sliding scale of prizes, ranging from £10 for picking and matching one number.

The new game launches on Thursday 25th January 2018, with the first draw taking place on Friday 26th.

Time until the first EuroMillions HotPicks draw:

  • 39Days
  • 4Hours
  • 13Mins
  • 50Secs

How to Play EuroMillions HotPicks

There are five EuroMillions HotPicks games available to play, each costing £1.50 per line. They are:

Game How to Win Prize Amount
Pick 1 Guess one number and match it to win. £10
Pick 2 Guess two numbers and match them both to win. TBC
Pick 3 Guess three numbers and match them all to win. TBC
Pick 4 Guess four numbers and match them all to win. TBC
Pick 5 Guess five numbers and match them all to win. £1,000,000

You must match every number you choose in order to win the specific prize for that game. For example, if you played Pick 4 and matched three numbers, you would not win a prize.

EuroMillions HotPicks uses only the five main numbers from the EuroMillions draw; the Lucky Stars do not count.

Prizes

EuroMillions HotPicks prizes range from £10 for Pick 1 to the Pick 5 award of £1 million.

Draws

As EuroMillions HotPicks uses the main EuroMillions numbers, the game is also played on Tuesday and Friday nights, with draws taking place at 8:40pm UK time.

Advance Play

As with the main EuroMillions game, you can opt to play on a Tuesday, a Friday or in both draws. You can also pay in advance for up to four weeks of games.

Where Can I Play EuroMillions HotPicks?

The only participating EuroMillions country to announce so far that it will play EuroMillions HotPicks is the UK. However, this could change before it launches in January 2018. This page will be updated as soon as other countries reveal their plans.