Histórico sorteos euromillones

Euromillones

Spain EuroMillions & El Millón Raffle

Spain’s official lottery operator — Loteria de Apuestas is in charge of the EuroMillions draws for Spain and Andorra. Spain was one of the founding EuroMillions countries. The game is known locally under the name of EuroMillones.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in Spain

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€190,000,000

1, 9, 15, 19, 25

Lucky Stars 1 & 7

October 6, 2017

€137,313,501

16, 18, 22, 28, 46

Lucky Stars 9 & 11

June 13, 2014

€130,000,00

9, 15, 17, 25, 40

Lucky Stars 3 & 9

February 7, 2020

€126,231,764

4, 23, 24, 29, 31

Lucky Stars 8 & 9

May 8, 2009

€121,019,633

9, 11, 17, 36, 47

Lucky Stars 1 & 2

May 13, 2011

€107,683,454

13, 14, 17, 26, 28

Lucky Stars 2 & 7

July 19, 2019

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from Spain

  • Spain is one of the top 3 luckiest EuroMillions countries in point of jackpot winners, with a number of 102 jackpots scooped as of February 2020. However,not too many stories about Spanish winners have surfaced since Spain allows its luckiest to remain anonymous. Spain is also home to one of the record jackpot winners. A lucky ticket holder from Gran Canaria pocketed €190 Million in October 2017, when a SuperDraw followed by a rollover streak made the EuroMillions jackpot reach its cap.

  • Francisco Delgado Rodriguez’s story is probably the best known one. He scooped €121 Million in May 2011, and decided to make his identity public. The consequences didn’t wait to appear, and it all went down to the bankruptcy of his family business and having to leave town. However, the door of his baker became a pilgrimage place. People would come touch it in the hope this will bring them luck.

El Millón Raffle

Since September 2016, the Spanish Lottery also holds a raffle – El Millón, which distributes €1 Million prizes every Friday. The EuroMillions tickets purchased in Spain  for the draws of Tuesday and Friday get an automatic alpha-numeric code. The ticket matching the respective Friday’s winning code get the €1 Million prize. The draw can be watched live on TVE2.

Austria EuroMillions

EuroMillions fans from Austria can also purchase official tickets to the pan-european lottery offline as the Österreichische Lotterien is one of the organizing partners. The game is known as Euro Millionen in this country. The draw can be watched live on ORF2 and the winning numbers can be checked online soon after the draw. One important detail: in Austria, lottery winnings are not taxable, being paid out to the ticket owner without deductions. This rule apply to every Austrian lotto game, so you should try your luck by playing the Austria Lotto, as well. 

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in Austria

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€55,609,411

6, 9, 15, 25, 38

Lucky Stars 4 & 9

May 16, 2008

€54,304,297

4, 7, 11, 34, 47

Lucky Stars 7 & 8

August 19, 2014

€50,000,000

13, 17, 19, 25, 35

Lucky Stars 7 & 8

March 6, 2009

€46,258,004

12, 18, 19, 43, 49

Lucky Stars 3 & 9

March 5, 2010

€45,566,998

17, 25, 35, 39, 44

Lucky Stars 2 & 5

May 8, 2018

€45,447,459

5, 14, 28, 30, 47

Lucky Stars 4 & 11

September 4, 2018

The Österreich Bonus Raffle

Added on July 13, 2018, the Österreich Bonus Raffle offers a €100,000 prize. There is one raffle prize for each Austria EuroMillions draw and it goes to the player who matches the winning code. As for the other raffles in the EuroMillions series, players are not required to match any of the winning numbers to win the Bonus raffle, which makes it yet another good reason to play EuroMillions with tickets purchased in Austria!

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from Austria

Carinthia, the southernmost Austrian land is also the luckiest when it comes to EuroMillions winners. This is also where the highest EuroMillions jackpot won in Austria went.

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Preguntas frecuentes

¿Desde cuándo existe el Euromillones?

El primer sorteo de la historia de Euromillones se celebró en París el 31 de febrero de 2004. La combinación ganadora fue 16-29-32-36-41 con las estrellas 7 y 9. En el siguiente enlace podrás encontrar los resultados de todos los sorteos anteriores de Euromillones.

¿En qué países se puede jugar al Euromillones?

El Euromillones es una loto que se puede jugar en los siguientes países: Reino Unido, España, Francia, Portugal, Irlanda, Bélgica, Luxemburgo, Suiza y Austria. En EduardoLosilla.es encontrarás todo tipo de información histórica del juego de Euromillones.

¿Cómo se cobra un premio de Euromillones?

Los premios de Euromillones de menos de 2000 euros se pueden cobrar en cualquier Administración de Loterías. Los premios iguales o mayores a 2000 euros sólo se pueden cobrar en las siguientes entidades financieras que tienen acuerdo con Loterías y Apuestas del Estado: Abanca, Banco de Sabadell, Bankia, BBVA, Caixa Bank, Caja Sur, Cajamar, Sociedad Cooperativa de Crédito, Ibercaja, Kutxabank, Unicaja

¿Cuándo puedo cobrar un premio de Euromillones?

Cualquier premio de Euromillones se puede cobrar a partir del día siguiente del sorteo y no caduca hasta pasados tres meses de la fecha del sorteo. Los premios inferiores a dos mil euros se pueden cobrar en cualquier Administración de loterías, los superiores sólo se pueden cobrar en las correspondientes entidades financieras.

¿He de pagar a Hacienda si me toca el Euromillones?

Cuando se cobra un premio de la Euromillones no hay que pagar a Hacienda. No es que el premio sea libre de impuestos sino que a todos los premios superiores a 40.000 euros ya se les realiza una retención antes de ser abonados a los beneficiarios, por lo tanto, luego ya no se deben de pagar más impuestos. Otra cosa será los rendimientos que el beneficiario pueda obtener con sus depósitos o inversiones con el importe del premio durante los sucesivos años.

¿Cuál es el mayor premio que se puede ganar en Euromillones?

El mayor premio que se ha repartido en euromillones es de 190 MILLONES de euros. Hasta marzo de 2020 han aparecido cuatro ganadores de dicho importe, dos en Reino Unido, uno en España y uno en Portugal. El último el 8 de octubre de 2019 se repartió en Reino Unido. En la sección de ayudas de último sorteo Euromillones están disponibles todos los resultados de la historia de Euromillones.

¿Cómo jugar en una peña de Euromillones?

Jugando en una peña de euromillones siempre hay más probabilidades de obtener premio, básicamente porque cuántas más apuestas se juegan más probabilidades de premio. En EduardoLosilla.es existen peñas de Euromillones en las que se puede participar desde 2,50 euros por sorteo. En la misma web ya repartieron unos 48 millones con un 5+2 del sorteo 50 de 2015.

¿Cómo jugar Euromillones por internet?

En la web de EduardoLosilla.es se puede jugar a Euromillones validando en la Administración oficial de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado 10825. Además de jugar apuestas simples y múltiples se pueden jugar reducidas, combinaciones, con programas y en peñas. En la web ya se han repartido cientos de millones de euros en premios con máxima fiabilidad y seguridad.

Belgium EuroMillions

In Belgium, EuroMillions is operated by three official institutions: Loterie Nationale SA in the French speaking part of the country, Nationallotterie AG in the German speaking side, and Nationale Loterij NV in the Dutch speaking regions. The draw is broadcast live on RTBF1 in French and on VRT TV1 in Dutch.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in Belgium

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€168,085,323

5, 12, 20, 24, 37
Lucky Stars 4 & 11

October 11, 2016

€153,873,716

8, 10, 24, 33, 42
Lucky Stars 3 & 9

June 2, 2017

€130,000,000

14, 29, 31, 33, 37
Lucky Stars 1 & 2

September 29, 2008

€107,839,228

16, 23, 42, 43, 49
Lucky Stars 10 & 12

August 21, 2018

€100,000,000

6, 9, 13, 28, 37
Lucky Stars 4 & 5

February 9, 2007

€93,968,807

4, 5, 13, 27, 35
Lucky Stars 1 & 2

June 25, 2013

€79,026,422

5, 11, 22, 34, 40

Lucky Stars 9 & 11

June 8, 2012

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from Belgium

  • The EuroMillions draw of December 26, 2014 was an exceptional one for Belgium. The €25 Million jackpot went to a Belgian ticket owner, but this is not all! Five EuroMillions fans from Belgium shared the second prize.

  • A lucky ticket holder from from Schaerbeek, in the Brussels-Capital Region won the 8th largest EuroMillions jackpot to date (June 2020) – €168 Million. He preferred to remain anonymous, but the media did find out a few details about this 45-year-old father of four: he loves football, Robert De Niro films, and cooking with fish. A man of Albanian origin, he was described by his neighbors as a friendly person. He told the Belgian National Lottery officials that he would continue to play EuroMillions and that he was planning to share his win with people in need.

TuLotero es el sistema más ventajoso para comprobar el Euromillones y sus resultados

El servicio de TuLotero te ofrece la posibilidad de jugar tus números favoritos de EuroMillones sin comisiones y comprobar si tu boleto ha resultado premiado. En caso de que así sea, te lo comunica en tiempo real y así como el importe del premio.

Hemos creado un sistema exclusivo con versiones para dispositivos móviles iOS (iPhone, iPad y iPod Touch) y Android que acerca a todo el mundo la posibilidad de hacer efectivas sus apuestas en EuroMillones en cualquier momento y desde cualquier lugar, 24 horas al día, los 365 días al año.

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Recuerda que la aplicación móvil, además de para jugar, sirve para comprobar los últimos resultados de EuroMillones, BonoLoto, Primitiva, Quinielas y más.

A continuación te mostramos los resultados de los 10 últimos sorteos del EuroMillones. Haz clic en cada uno de ellos para conocer el escrutinio y los premios.

¡Te deseamos toda la SUERTE del mundo! 

Últimos Resultados del EuroMillón

martes
Bote: 49.000.000,00 €

10/11/2020

3
19
29
32
38
5
12

viernes
Bote: 39.000.000,00 €

06/11/2020

7
12
37
40
50
1
2

martes
Bote: 26.000.000,00 €

03/11/2020

5
7
18
20
30
6
7

viernes
Bote: 17.000.000,00 €

30/10/2020

12
16
20
21
28
3
9

martes
Bote entregado: 87.757.466,00 €

27/10/2020

13
15
28
32
44
3
12

viernes
Bote: 77.000.000,00 €

23/10/2020

10
15
19
21
23
3
12

martes
Bote: 64.000.000,00 €

20/10/2020

5
6
15
37
42
3
4

viernes
Bote: 53.000.000,00 €

16/10/2020

15
33
38
40
50
3
6

martes
Bote: 39.000.000,00 €

13/10/2020

5
14
38
41
46
1
10

viernes
Bote: 29.000.000,00 €

09/10/2020

11
15
35
41
50
5
8

martes
Bote: 17.000.000,00 €

06/10/2020

4
21
36
41
47
9
11

viernes
Bote entregado: 30.627.859,00 €

02/10/2020

6
12
15
40
45
3
9

martes
Bote: 17.000.000,00 €

29/09/2020

4
14
16
41
44
11
12

viernes
Bote entregado: 130.000.000,00 €

25/09/2020

19
23
34
37
45
1
7

martes
Bote: 76.000.000,00 €

22/09/2020

16
25
28
39
40
1
6

viernes
Bote: 67.000.000,00 €

18/09/2020

2
10
19
25
45
1
7

martes
Bote: 50.000.000,00 €

15/09/2020

16
20
25
30
38
6
8

viernes
Bote: 40.000.000,00 €

11/09/2020

34
38
42
43
45
9
12

martes
Bote: 26.000.000,00 €

08/09/2020

2
9
31
35
41
9
12

viernes
Bote: 17.000.000,00 €

04/09/2020

6
22
29
40
43
4
7

Historia de los juegos de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado

La Primitiva

Esta lotería fue propuesta por Don Leopoldo de Gregorio, Ministro de Hacienda, más conocido como Marqués de Esquilache y creada durante el gobierno de Carlos III. Es el primer juego oficial que se conoce de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado.

La Quiniela

Según SELAE las quinielas nacen el 22 de septiembre de 1942, basadas en las apuestas deportivas de la liga española de fútbol. Otra versión dice que el origen de la quiniela se remonta al año 1929 y fue en Santander donde nació de la mano de Don Manuel González Lavín su creador, que regentaba una taberna en Calle Alta nº22. No cabe duda de que, entre todos los juegos de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, este es el que prefieren todos los amantes del fútbol.
 

Euromillones

Este sorteo europeo nació un 13 de febrero de 2004. Ese fue el año en que se celebró el primer sorteo. Donde participaron España, Francia y Reino Unido, que fueron los primeros países que se animaron a ponerlo en marcha.

Bonoloto

Allá por el año 1988, un 28 de Febrero nació la BonoLoto. Lleva entre todos nosotros 29 años siendo la lotería con más sorteos semanales, la más barata y la que más probabilidades ofrece de ganar el primer premio. De todos los juegos de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, este es uno de los grandes favoritos.
 

El Gordo de la Primitiva

Surgió en 1993 como una de las modalidades de la primitiva. Se juega cada domingo, pero al principio solo se jugaba el último domingo de cada mes y los boletos venían pre-impresos como los décimos de Lotería Nacional.

El Quinigol

El Quinigol llegó en año 2005 como la nueva apuesta deportiva del siglo XXI. Sin embargo, si echamos la vista atrás comprobamos que sus orígenes proceden de La Quiniela, ya que ésta en sus comienzos consistía en pronosticar los resultados en base a los goles de los equipos que jugaban cada partido.
 

Receptor Oficial nº 35680 de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado en Gijón, Asturias

¿Buscas un establecimiento de lotería en Gijón? Maxiapuestas es el despacho receptor número 35680 de la Sociedad Estatal de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado.  Nuestro negocio familiar, situado en el barrio de Contrueces, lleva más de 50 años repartiendo ilusión y premios entre sus clientes. Aunque nuestro estrablecimiento de lotería está en Gijón, a través de nuestra web trabajamos con clientes de toda España y de otros países, como Portugal, Reino Unido o Italia, entre otros. Desde nuestro despacho de loterías en Gijón queremos llevar la suerte a lugares de todo el mundo. ¿Juegas con nosotros?

Todas las jugadas que realices a través de nuestra web serán validadas de manera física en nuestro establecimiento de lotería en Gijón, por lo que la validez y el coste de los boletos será idéntico. No cobramos comisiones adicionales por la venta online.

Ireland EuroMillions

Ireland participates in the EuroMillions draws thanks to the UK National Lottery. Irish participants can watch the draw live on TGA. Besides the original EuroMillions game, Ireland offers a supplementary draw called EuroMillions Plus, which gives Irish fans of the pan-European lottery the chance to win more prizes with their EuroMillions numbers. When purchasing a EuroMillions ticket, Irish players can decide whether to play also EuroMillions Plus. During the draw, five numbers are randomly picked and prizes are awarded to players whose original EuroMillions numbers match 3 or more of the five EuroMillions Plus numbers drawn.

The Irish version of EuroMillions is very similar, in point of format, to the multi-national lottery, but it does not have the Lucky Stars. This makes the odds of winning a prize much higher. There are three prize tiers with a guaranteed top prize of €500,000 for those who match the 5 main numbers.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in Ireland

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€175,475,380

1, 8, 18, 19, 39

Lucky Stars 7 & 9

February 19, 2019

€115,436,126

3, 19, 26, 49, 50

Lucky Stars 4 & 5

July 29, 2005

€93,968,807

4, 5, 13, 27, 35

Lucky Stars 1 & 2

June 25, 2013

€88,587,275

1, 5, 7, 17, 23

Lucky Stars 3 & 8

Janyary 24, 2017

€86,732,923

6, 8, 34, 38, 48

Lucky Stars 3 & 9

September 9, 2014

€66,188,316

1, 5, 23, 29, 32

Lucky Stars 1 & 7

January 21, 2016

€38,906,715

4, 8, 22, 23, 48

Lucky Stars 1 & 12

December 29, 2017

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from Ireland

  • Ireland’s biggest EuroMillions winners are a family syndicate from Naul, a small town in North County Dublin. They collected their €175 Million jackpot the day after the draw, but they decided to remain anonymous. In spite of that, the entire town of Naul is in a frenzy about the huge win.

  • Ireland’s biggest EuroMillions winner is Dolores McNamara of Garryowen, Limerick, who pocketed a € 115 Million jackpot back in July 2005. She has worked hard all her life until the day she won the lottery, when she offered herself a luxurious villa. Dolores McNamara became a media star at that time as Ireland was very proud to be home to such an amazing win at the EuroMillions.

  • Another Irish EuroMillions winners the international media wrote a lot about is Margaret Loughrey, who scooped £27 Million in 2013. The 48-year-old unemployed woman decided to use her win to support various causes, and help create jobs for the local community. However, two years later, she was being convicted for having assaulted a taxi driver, ordered to complete 150 hours of community service, and to pay £559 as damages and a £200 compensation.

UK EuroMillions & Millionaire Maker

The United Kingdom is another one of the EuroMillions pillars, and also the country hosting the best known EuroMillions jackpot winners. Names like the Bayfords, Neil Trotter, Jane Park, and Matt Myles often make the newspapers’ headlines.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in the UK

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€190,000,000
(£148,656,000)

11, 17, 21, 48, 50

Lucky Stars 9 & 10

August 8, 2010

€185,000,000
(£161,653,000)

17, 19, 38, 42, 45

Lucky Stars 9 & 10

July 12, 2011

€138,921,740
(£123,458,008)

25, 27, 39, 42, 46

Lucky Stars 11 & 12

June 11, 2019

€138,000,000
(£ 121,272,000)

20, 23, 28, 30, 44

Lucky Stars 3 & 7

April 24, 2018

€129,818,431
(£113,019,926)

9, 30, 35, 39, 46

Lucky Stars 6 & 8

October 10, 2010

€129,384,564
(£107,932,603.20)

6, 24, 25, 27, 30

Lucky Stars 5 & 9

March 14, 2014

€117,705,979
(£101,203,600)

18, 26, 34, 38, 42

Lucky Stars 5 & 8

October 10, 2011

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from the UK

  • UK is on the same first position when it comes to how many EuroMillions jackpots the Brits scooped (104 in February 2020), but it is home to some of the biggest winners, including the famous ones such as Adrian and Gillian Bayford who took home a record amount of €190 Million in August 2012, or Colin and Chris Weir, whose cashed in €185 Million in 2011.

  • The first British big win in EuroMillions happened in 2007, when a jackpot of £35 Million went to Angela Kelly, a 40-year-old former Royal Mail postal administrator.

  • The UK is home to two of EuroMillions jackpot records — the €190,000,000 prizes won in October 2019 and August 2012.

  • The UK is also home to one of the biggest EuroMillions lottery winning syndicate of all time – the Magnificent Seven, a group of seven Hewlett-Packard employees from Liverpool, who took home £45 Million back in 2010.

Millionaire Maker Raffle

The UK was the first EuroMillions participating country to add a raffle to the draws of the most popular lottery in Europe. The Millionaire Maker Raffle was launched in 2009, the first code being drawn on November 13 that year.

Two years later, the UK National Lottery decided to mark the holiday season with a special event called the Millionaire Month. A total of 50 millionaires were minted between November 25 and December 23, 2011, each one scooping an awesome £1 Million prize. In 2012, the same raffle had a special way of celebrating the Olympic Games in London, making 100 millionaires in one single night. This marked a new world record for the most millionaires made in one night.

On May 31, 2013, the £1 Million Every Month for a Year event took place. Instead of the prize being worth £1 Million, this draw offers one lucky player a prize of £12 Million, paid in twelve £1 Million monthly installments. In July the same year, another 100 Millionaires draw was held.

The year 2014 marked a name change, the raffle switching its name from Millionaire Raffle to Millionaire Maker, the possibility to add non-cash prizes being added. This is how the Mega Friday, currently known as the Mega Week was born.

The Mega Week Raffle

A special addition to the UK raffles, Mega Week is a special draw held in the last week of each month, on both Tuesday’s and Friday’s draws. The Mega Week adds various luxury non-cash prizes, which usually consist of exotic holidays, to the £1 Million prize delivered within the Millionaire Maker raffle on every draw. Whether it is a ski vacation in the French Alps, a beach holiday on a Caribbean island or a stylish city break, Mega Week is certainly spicing up the world of the EuroMillions raffles.

EuroMillions HotPicks

HotPicks is a supplementary game in the UK EuroMillions that takes place on both Tuesday and Friday draws. EuroMillions players can enter HotPicks to win prizes up to £1 Million. There are 5 play formats in HotPicks and each of them costs £1.50/line: Pick 1, Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4, and Pick 5. Players can choose 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 numbers from 1 to 50 to enter the draw.

The 5 numbers in HotPicks are the main numbers in the EuroMillions, but the HotPicks prizes are separate from those in the EuroMillions. Players who choose Pick 1 must match 1 number from the 5 drawn EuroMillions numbers to win the HotPicks prize. Please note that players who enter Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4, or Pick 5 must guess both, and respectively all 3, 4, or 5 numbers to win the HotPicks prizes. If you play Pick 3 in HotPicks, but only guess 2 numbers, you will not win any prize. In the table below, you can see the prize divisions in the EuroMillions HotPicks:

Game Match Odds of Winning Prize

Pick 1

1 number

1 in 10

£10

Pick 2

2 numbers

1 in 123

£100

Pick 3

3 numbers

1 in 1,960

£1,500

Pick 4

4 numbers

1 in 46,060

£30,000

Pick 5

5 numbers

1 in 2,118,760

£1,000,000

Formas de jugar a Euromillones

En este portan existen diferentes y variadas formas de jugar al Euromillones:

Apuestas múltiples al directo o en reducción
euromillones múltiples y reducidas Jugar apuestas sencillas de euromillones
boleto Euromillones de apuestas simples Jugar combinaciones de euromillones
combinaciones de Euromillones

  • Euromillones Super Reducidas. Máxima cantidad de números por mínima cantidad de apuestas con las super reducidas, o mayor probabilidad con las reducidas según números acertados
  • Euromillones con números fijos. Acertando los números favoritos aumentan las probabilidades de premio.
  • Euromillones reducidas por porcentaje. Garantizan una probabilidad al premio ahorrando mayor cantidad de apuestas.

France EuroMillions & My Million

France is one of the first three participating countries in the EuroMillions lottery as the official French Lottery operator – La Française des Jeux is one of the game’s founding partners. The FDJ, UK’s Camelot, and Spain’s Loterias y Apuestas del Estado joined forces back in 2004 to create a pan-European lottery that would offer bigger prizes and more exciting draws than the national lotteries. The idea itself was born long before the first EuroMillions draw – in the 90s, but it became reality only in 2004, with the participation of only three national lottery operators at first, but the EuroMillions family got bigger and bigger.

The Française des Jeux is in charge of the EuroMillions operations in France, Monaco, the overseas territories, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Martin and Saint Pierre and Miquelon. In French Polynesia, the responsibility of the EuroMillions operations fall to the Pacifique des Jeux. The jackpot is also expressed in different currencies depending on the territories: euros for France and the overseas departments and CFP francs for French Polynesia.

France is also the host of the bi-weekly EuroMillions draws taking place at the National Lottery’s headquarters at Boulogne Billancourt. Since 2012, the EuroMillions draw is also broadcast on TF1.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in France

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€169,837,010

11, 16, 21, 24, 29

Lucky Stars 2 & 6

November 13, 2012

€162,256,622

9, 28, 30, 32, 49

Lucky Stars 9 & 10

September 13, 2011

€132,486,744

13, 30, 43, 44, 46

Lucky Stars 5 & 9

March 29, 2013

€101,835,641

3, 5, 22, 40, 42

Lucky Stars 3 & 10

December 21, 2012

€100,000,000

6, 16, 30, 38, 41

Lucky Stars 2 & 4

September 18, 2009

My Million Raffle

Since February 2014, the French lottery operator Française des Jeux offers also a raffle (My Million), which makes a guaranteed millionaire with each time EuroMillions draw. All EuroMillions tickets purchased in France get printed with an alphanumeric code automatically generated by the terminal. The owner of the ticket on which the winning My Million code is printed wins €1 Million.

The Etoile+ Additional Draw

The France EuroMillions hosts a supplementary draw called Etoile+, which offers lottery players the chance to win some extra prizes. To play Etoile+, players must pay an additional €1.00 fee. Then, if they match some of the EuroMillions winning numbers and Lucky Stars, they are entitled to a proportion of the prize pool for this supplementary draw. With Etoile+, the winners of the secondary prizes in the EuroMillions can win additional prizes, and all by guessing the same numbers. In the table below, you can see the main prizes in Etoile+.

Match (+ Etoile+ option) Odds of Winning % of Etoile+ Prize Fund

5 + 1 Lucky Star

1 in 6,991,908

0.67%

4 + 2 Lucky Stars

1 in 621,503

0.08%

4 + 1 Lucky Star

1 in 31,075

0.17%

3 + 2 Lucky Stars

1 in 14,125

0.17%

2 + 2 Lucky Stars

1 in 986

0.58%

3 + 1 Lucky Star

1 in 706

0.67%

1 + 2 Lucky Stars

1 in 188

2.33%

0 + 2 Lucky Stars

1 in 115

15%

2 + 1 Lucky Star

1 in 49

6.83%

0 + 1 Lucky Star

1 in 6

73.5%

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from France

  • France is the leading country when it comes to jackpot winners, with a total of 104 lucky players (in February 2020) who scooped the European lottery’s top prize. Despite this, France is home only to the 7th biggest EuroMillions jackpot.

  • The largest jackpot won in France was worth €169 Million, and it was cashed in by a player from Nice on November 13, 2012. The 60-year-old man decided, one year after to reward the shop owner where he bought the winning ticket. As for the way he spent his sudden windfall, he kept an amount of €113 Million for him and his wife and gave the rest to charity.

  • The best known players from France are the inhabitants of Venelle, in Bouches-du-Rhône, who played together as a syndicate and won the €100 Million EuroMillions SuperDraw jackpot on September 18, 2009.

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