Object not found! The requested URL was not found on this server. If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again. If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster. sfdp.org Apache . This article needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (June 2019)Euro Millions tickets and website (2009)Euro Millions is a transnational lottery that requires seven correct numbers to win the jackpot
On the same day, in Ireland and Spain it rose to €2.50 per line. From 24 September 2016, the number of lucky stars changed from a pool of 11 to a pool of 12 numbers, decreasing the jackpot winning odds from 1:117million to 1:140million. All prizes, including the jackpot, are tax-free (except in Switzerland, Spain and Portugal, since 2013) and are paid as a lump sum
The player selects five main numbers which can be any number from 1 to 50. The player selects two different lucky star numbers from a pool of 12 numbers. Draws take place at 20:45 every Tuesday and Friday in Paris. The results are published shortly after the draw on associated and independent websites around 20:45 UTC. To participate in the Euro Millions Lotto, tickets can be purchased from many outlets, namely at licensed stores and online websites. The game play changed on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 with a second weekly draw and the number of "lucky stars" in the Paquerette machine increasing from 9 to 11
A prize for matching two main numbers and no lucky stars was also introduced on the same date. On Saturday, 24 September 2016, the number of "lucky stars" increased again, from 11 to 12. EligibilityAccording to the Euromillions rules page, no restriction on the nationality of buyer exists. Tourists/ Non-residents are eligible to participate in the Euro Millions lottery as long as they aged 18 or over
There are no exceptions in terms of age.  The game is currently available to players in Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France (including overseas regions and collectives), Ireland, the Isle of Man, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. [better source needed]Prize structureThe prize structure as of Tuesday, 4 February 2020 is as follows: Mainnumbers Luckystars Probability of winning (a) % of prize fund (b) Expected winnings (c) Fraction % (€) (£)2 0 1 in 22 4.57% 16.59% €4 £3 2 1 1 in 49 2.03% 10.3% €6 £5 1 2 1 in 188 0.53% 3.27% €7 £6 3 0 1 in 314 0.32% 2.7% €9 £8 3 1 1 in 706 0.14% 1.45% €11 £9 2 2 1 in 985 0.10% 1.3% €14 £12 4 0 1 in 13,811 0.0072% 0.26% €39 £33 3 2 1 in 14,125 0.0071% 0.37% €57 £48 4 1 1 in 31,075 0.0032% 0.35% €120 £101 4 2 1 in 621,503 0.00016% 0.19% €1,299 £1,094 5 0 1 in 3,107,515 0.000032% 0.61% €20,851 £17,555 5 1 1 in 6,991,908 0.000014% 2.61% €200,738 £169,001 5 2 1 in 139,838,160 0.00000072% 50% or 42% (X) Jackpot Prize Guarantee Fund 10% or 18% (X) Overall 1 in 13 7.71% 100% €14 £12 The Prize Guarantee Fund is available to contribute to the jackpot, for example, to boost the initial jackpot in a sequence of growing jackpots. The amount utilized each week is determined in advance by the participating lotteries. (a) per entry (b) prize fund = 50% of sales main draw (b) sales main draw = €2.20 in pounds sterling per entry (exchange rate!) times number of entries (X) draw 1 to 5: 50% + 10% & draw 6 (or higher): 42% + 18% (c) expected winnings are based on the currency exchange rate as at 7 December 2019, 1 euro = 0.8419 pound, rounded to 1 pound The odds of winning any prize at all are 1 in 13 The odds of getting none of the 50 main balls but getting both lucky stars is approximately 1 in 115. This means that it is less likely than getting 2 main balls and one lucky star (1 in 49). However, there is no prize for only getting 2 lucky stars. The figures for the estimated prize are just a guide, and the actual amount varies according to the total in the prize fund and the number of winners for each prize. (Estimated prizes as per reverse of UK payslip) If the Jackpot is not won, it rolls over to the next draw
Effective 7 November 2009 new rules were put in place regarding rollovers. [better source needed]The new rules introduce the Jackpot Pool Cap. The jackpot will continue to roll over until the Jackpot reaches or exceeds €185,000,000, the Jackpot will remain at €185,000,000 and any additional prize money rolled over will be added to the jackpot pool for the next lower prize level containing at least one winner (5 main numbers + 1 Lucky Star or possibly even just five main numbers). After winning the Jackpot with a Jackpot Pool Cap, the Jackpot Pool Cap grows by €5,000,000. (In other words, after the capped Jackpot of €185,000,000 is won, the next Jackpot Pool Cap is €190,000,000, then the next time €195,000,000, etc. ) If the €190,000,000 Jackpot is still not won, the Jackpot will continue to be €190,000,000 for the next draw if it is won, and again any additional prize money will be added to the jackpot pool for the next lower prize level containing at least one winner
A new rule change of 12 January 2012 locks the Jackpot cap at €190,000,000 permanently and if the jackpot is not won after two draws, the prize money will be distributed among the winners at the next level. A new rule change of 24 September 2016 states that if the jackpot is not won five draws after it reaches €190,000,000, the prize money will be distributed among the winners at the next level. . The minimum jackpot prize increased from fifteen million euros to seventeen million euros. As of February 4, 2020, the rules regarding the Euro Millions jackpot are about to change. The new cap will be €200,000,000, but that will no longer be the largest amount that the first prize can reach
If the jackpot gets to this amount the cycle can last for five draws. If there are no winners in this 5th draw the jackpot is paid out to the lower tier. The jackpot stays fixed during this five final draws of the cycle
For the next cycle the maximum jackpot is set to €210,000,000 (an increase by €10,000,000). Then again the jackpot payout in the 5th final draw of this cycle. . The jackpot stays fixed during this five final draws of the cycle
And so on. . . .for the next cycles the maximum jackpot can reach 220, 230, 240 and maximum 250 million euros. Euro Millions TrustThe participating national lotteries in the Euro Millions game have each established a Euro Millions Trust account. This is used for the settlement of all amounts due, and for holding amounts in respect of future prizes. This trust arrangement protects the participating lotteries between them from a default from one of the national companies, and ultimately the players' interests
Super Draws and Event DrawsSuper Draws and Event Draws are special drawings when the Jackpot is set to a guaranteed amount – often €100,000,000. The difference is that a Super Draw jackpot will roll over to the next drawing if not won, but an Event Draw jackpot will be distributed among the winners in the next lower tier (i.e. match 5 + 1). Until now, jackpots in a Super Draw have rolled over to the next drawing if not won. The first Super Draw of 2011 took place on Tuesday 10 May to mark the introduction of the second weekly Euromillions draw and changes to the game format (11 lucky stars instead of 9 and a new "match 2 main numbers and no lucky stars" prize tier) Montana Cash.
The first Super Draw of 2016 took place on Friday 30 September to introduce the change to the game format (12 lucky stars instead of 11 and increased price). Event Draws have been held to date on 9 February 2007 (€100 million); 28 September 2007 (€130 million); 8 February 2008 (€130 million); 26 September 2008 (€130 million). Super Draws have been held to date on 6 March 2009 (€100 million); 18 September 2009 (€100 million); 5 February 2010 (€100 million); 1 October 2010 (€100 million); 10 May 2011 (€100 million); 4 October 2011 (€100 million); 28 September 2012 (€100 million); 22 March 2013 (€100 million); 7 June 2013 (€100 million); 15 November 2013 (€100 million); 7 March 2014 (€100 million); 3 October 2014 (€100 million); 6 March 2015 (€100 million); 5 June 2015 (€100 million); 6 November 2015 (€100 million); 30 September 2016 (€130 million); 30 June 2017 (€100 million); 15 September 2017 (€130 million); 20 April 2018 (€130 million); 21 September 2018 (€130 million); 1 February 2019 (€120 million); 7 June 2019 (€130 million); 7 February 2020 (€130 million); 3 July 2020 (€130 million); 25 September 2020 (€130 million); 20 November 2020 (€130 million); 5 February 2021 (€130 million); 4 June 2021 (€130 million)
A €100,000,000 Super draw was planned for 6 June 2014 but was cancelled when the jackpot rolled over to €105,000,000. This is a change to the game rules[better source needed] as of 4 April 2011 when the Event Draw was added. Largest JackpotsRank Date Jackpot in Euro Winner Prize in Euro Prize in Pound Sterling Remark 1 2021-02-26 210,000,000 1 210,000,000 182,028,000.00 AJ D7 2 2020-12-11 200,000,000 1 200,000,000 183,120,000.00 AJ D7 3 2017-10-06 190,000,000 1 190,000,000 170,810,000.00 AJ D7 4 2019-10-08 190,000,000 1 190,000,000 170,221,000.00 D23 5 2014-10-24 190,000,000 1 190,000,000 149,758,000.00 AJ D7 6 2012-08-10 190,000,000 1 190,000,000 148,656,000.00 D15 7 2013-06-25 187,937,614 2 93,968,807 79,779,517.00 AJ D6 8 2011-07-12 185,000,000 1 185,000,000 161,653,000.00 D15 9 2006-02-03 183,573,078 3 61,191,026 44,575,511.45 D12 10 2006-11-17 183,109,056 20 9,652,339 6,530,289.95 RO2 D12 11 2018-02-23 177,724,496 2 88,862,248 77,798,898.10 D16 AJ: Announced Jackpot (Super Draw) RO2: Roll over in the 2nd Prize Category Dy: y is the number of Draws from starting the minimum Jackpot (roll-ups)Notable winsRank Date Prize in Euro Prize in Pound Sterling Prize in Swiss Franc Country 1 2021-02-26 210,000,000 182,028,000.00 230,223,000.00 Switzerland 2 2020-12-11 200,000,000 183,120,000.00 215,862,600.00 France 3 2017-10-06 190,000,000 170,810,000.00 218,348,000.00 Spain 4 2019-10-08 190,000,000 170,221,000.00 206,512,000.00 UK 5 2014-10-24 190,000,000 149,758,000.00 229,484,090.00 Portugal 6 2012-08-10 190,000,000 148,656,000.00 228,456,000.00 UK 7 2011-07-12 185,000,000 161,653,000.00 214,507,500.00 UK 8 2019-02-19 175,475,380 152,400,366.00 199,482,693.15 Ireland 9 2012-11-13 169,837,010 136,124,363.00 204,704,548.15 France 10 2016-10-11 168,085,323 153,361,048.00 183,969,890.30 Belgium 11 2015-11-20 163,553,041 114,814,234.00 177,715,589.50 Portugal The first huge jackpot of over €115.4 million was won by Irish lady Dolores Mc Namara on 29 July 2005. On 3 February 2006, three winners shared the record jackpot of €183 million after the first rank was eleven draws vacant
Two French people and one Portuguese received €61,191,026 each. In order to limit the jackpot from growing higher, the rules of the game in the period from 2006 to 2009 stipulated that after the twelfth draw without a winner before the jackpot amount would be rolled down and shared between the winners in the next prize tier. This happened for the first time on 17 November 2006, after over €183 million had accumulated in the jackpot. The sum was shared between the winners of the second rank (there were 20 winners of €9.6 million each)
A jackpot of €190 million (£170.2 million) was won by a single ticket holder in the UK bearing the winning numbers - 7,10,15,44,49 and the lucky numbers 3,12. Distribution of revenueIn the UK, the total Euro Millions revenue is broken down as follows:Breakdown of UK Euro Millions revenue 0.5% in profit to Camelot 4.5% in operating costs 5% in commission to the retailers. 12% to the UK Government (Lottery Duty) 28% for the "Good Causes" 50% to winners Email scams making use of Euro Millions brand nameChris and Colin Weir won the Euro Millions and pledged to donate their prize money to good causes.  However, cybercriminals started using their names in their email scams to fool the general public and ultimately cheat them of money. Euro Millions Plus (Ireland only)In June 2007, with the success of the main Euro Millions game, the Irish National Lottery launched Euro Millions Plus. For an extra €1 per line, players could enter the additional draw with the top prize each week of €500,000. Sales of the main Euro Millions in Ireland for 2006 were over €145 million; this success led to the introduction of 'Plus'
Prices per line in the UK increased by 50p to £2.00. . The 50p was added due to weak exchange rates between the pound and the euro and to cover the expense of the new Millionaire Maker. On 24 September 2016 the price per line in the UK was increased by an additional 50p to £2.50. In January 2019, the number of guaranteed winners in the UK Millionaire Maker game reverted to one
See alsoEurojackpot - a similar transnational lottery in Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. Vikinglotto - a similar transnational lottery in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Slovenia and Belgium. . ReferencesExternal links
Freitag, 26.02.2021, 20:57Euro Jackpot vom 26. Februar 2021: Am vergangenen Freitag ist es keinem Tipper gelungen, den Jackpot zu knacken – somit befinden sich für die heutige Ziehung erneut 34 Millionen Euro im Jackpot. Die Gewinnzahlen der Lotterie Eurojackpot erfahren Sie immer hier bei FOCUS Online. Aktuelle Gewinnzahlen vom Freitag, 26
Februar 2021:Gewinnzahlen 5 aus 50: 3-13-24-29-32Eurozahlen 2 aus 10: 1-7(Angaben ohne Gewähr, Quelle: www.lotto.de - Stand: 26. Februar 2021)Eurojackpot am 26. Februar: 34 Millionen Euro im Jackpot Am vergangenen Freitag gelang es keinem Tipper, die fünf Gewinnzahlen 27 - 35 - 36 - 38 - 41 sowie die beiden Eurozahlen 5 und 7 richtig zu tippen. Am heutigen Freitag befinden sich somit 34 Millionen Euro im Jackpot
Wie wahrscheinlich ist ein Jackpot-Gewinn?1:96 Millionen - so beziffert der Mathematiker Norbert Herrmann die Wahrscheinlichkeit, den Eurojackpot zu knacken. Extrem unwahrscheinlich also, das ist klar - aber auch schwer greifbar, eine solche Zahl. "Jeder Mensch hat im Schnitt 100.000 Haare. Stellen Sie sich vor, Sie müssten sich unter 100 Leuten für ein Haar entscheiden. Und genau das Haar müsste dann auch noch in der Lotto-Maschine gezogen werden Pick 5.
So wenig wahrscheinlich ist das. "Der Mathematiker nennt noch ein Beispiel: Eine Damenstrumpfhose habe im Schnitt zwei Millionen Maschen. Man müsse sich bei 47 Frauen mit Strumpfhosen für eine Masche entscheiden, auf die man setze - und die müsse dann gezogen werden. Herrmann selbst ist das bislang auch noch nicht gelungen. "Das ist der Witz am Lotto", sagt er. "Jeder Tipp ist gleich wahrscheinlich. Ein gewiefter Mathematiker hat auch keine Vorteile. "Schon 2016 räumte Deutscher Eurojackpot ab Weil in Deutschland besonders viele Tipper beim Eurojackpot ihr Glück versuchen, gibt es hier auch besonders häufig Millionen-Gewinner, so Westlotto
So räumte 2016 ein Spieler aus Baden-Württemberg erstmals 90 Millionen ab - damals der höchste Gewinn in der deutschen Lottogeschichte. Dieser deutsche Rekord wurde im Januar 2021 erneut eingestellt. Der mit 90 Millionen Euro maximal gefüllte Eurojackpot ging nach Nordrhein-Westfalen Fantasy 5.
Die Annahmezeiten für Euro Jackpot variieren Der Spieler kreuzt pro Feld fünf von 50 Zahlen und zwei aus zehn Zahlen an, also insgesamt sieben Zahlen. Ein Spiel kostet zwei Euro, zuzüglich der Bearbeitungsgebühr. Wer alle sieben Zahlen richtig hat, darf mit dem Hauptgewinn rechnen. In zwölf Gewinnklassen fallen aber auch mehr kleinere Gewinne an als in den acht im klassischen Lotto
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