What is EuroJackpot lottery?
Launched in year in 2012, by countries which were not participating in the EuroMillion lotto, EuroJackpot is a transnational lottery initially suggested in year 2006 with the vision to race against EuroMillion. EuroMillion offers higher jackpots as compared to the one offered by any of the single national lottery due to the number of countries participating in EuroMillion. EuroJackpot’s presence is a result of inspiration from success of EuroMillion. Today EuroJackpot leads in terms of reach to potential players with an audience of 300 million compared to EuroMillion with only 217 million audience. Ticket would cost €2 per play line. Tickets could be purchased online from non-official online lottery websites or from any authorised lottery retailer out of the participating countries. EuroMillion lotto is drawn on every Friday at 9:00pm local time in Finland. Players require to match 7 correct number in order to win the Jackpot, which starts at €10 million and can roll over up to €90 million.
How to play EuroJackpot lotto?
There are 7 number in total to be selected by the player. Out of which 5 are main number which needs to be selected from the pool of 1 to 50. The remaining 2 are the supplementary numbers which player has to select from the pool of 10 numbers.
What can I win?
EuroJackpot has 12 tiers for the prize that can be won including the Jackpot. Players win prize according to the number of matching balls drawn, from only tree of the main numbers matched up to all the five main numbers. Players who manages to match all the 7 number including 5 main numbers and 2 supplementary numbers will win the jackpot. At least 2 main number + 1 supplementary or 1 main number + 2 supplementary are required to be matched in order to win prize.
Who can play EuroJackpot?
Residents of the participating countries (Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden. Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland) can play long as they are at least 18 year old. Players can buy tickets offline from Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, The Nethelands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain or Sweden in licensed stores.