Results for Tuesday, 11 August 2020
|5 Numbers + 2 Stars||0 x||€73,494,414.41|
|5 Numbers + 1 Star||2 x||€293,190.70|
|5 Numbers||2 x||€68,523.50|
|4 Numbers + 2 Stars||31 x||€1,376.90|
|4 Numbers + 1 Star||530 x||€148.30|
|3 Numbers + 2 Stars||1.726 x||€48.10|
|4 Numbers||1.237 x||€47.20|
|2 Numbers + 2 Stars||26.334 x||€11.00|
|3 Numbers + 1 Star||27.592 x||€11.80|
|3 Numbers||59.707 x||€10.10|
|1 Number + 2 Stars||144.296 x||€5.00|
|2 Numbers + 1 Star||435.472 x||€5.30|
|2 Numbers||916.256 x||€4.00|
Next draw on Friday, 14 August 2020
About the EuroMillions Lottery
If you want a chance at winning a sizeable jackpot, look no further than the EuroMillions. This transnational lottery system is easy to play and inexpensive. It’s available to members of several European nations as well as people around the world. Since 2004, the lottery has awarded hundreds of millions of euros to contestants throughout the world. Your only chance to win, of course, requires you to play.
How to Play the Lottery?
You can purchase EuroMillions tickets at participating outlets throughout much of Europe. Nine countries currently participate: Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. You can also play the lottery online.
To play, you simply choose five numbers, between 1 and 50, and two Lucky Star numbers, between 1 and 12. If you’re playing online, you can purchases up to 52 weekly tickets. Otherwise, you must purchase tickets during applicable weeks in participating outlets.
When Does the Draw Takes Place?
The drawing for EuroMillions occurs every Tuesday and Friday at 21:00 CEST, 20:00 BST.
What Are the Chances of Winning?
EuroMillions is comprised of 13 prize tiers. The odds range from 1:22 to the jackpot, 1:139.838,160.
To win the jackpot, you must match all 5 main numbers and both Lucky Star numbers. EuroMillions includes a total of 13 prize tiers, the lowest of which requires you to match two main numbers.
In What Currency is EuroMillions Paid Out?
Those who purchase EuroMillions inside the United Kingdom receive any prizes in GBP instead of the Euro. Likewise, winning tickets in Switzerland pays out in Swiss Francs. All other participating countries pay out prizes in Euros.
What Are Supplementary Games?
Many countries offer supplementary games in addition to EuroMillions. Some countries, such as the UK, add bonus games to the ticket for free. Other countries, however, may charge for supplementary games. Consult the lottery’s official website to determine whether or not additional games are free.
How Much Does it Cost to Play?
EuroMillions tickets are sold on a per line basis. Each line costs €2.50, £2.50 or CHF3.50 per line, depending on the country. As mentioned above, if you’d like to play a supplementary game, you may be required to pay more per ticket, depending on the country in which you purchase your ticket.
How Old Do You Have to Be to Play?
In order to qualify for prizes, players must be at least 18 years old. The age requirement in the UK is lower, however. Players there must be at least 16 years old to play.
As with any lottery, you should consult your local countries for rules and regulations. Some countries might require you to declare any winnings and pay taxes on them. Withholding your winnings might get you in legal trouble, so you should visit and understand the rules of the country you’re playing in.
Now that you know the basics of EuroMillions—its cost, the odds of winning, when the numbers are drawn—you can better consider whether or not the game is for you. Remember, it is a game of chance. Play for fun and play with confidence. Good luck!