EuroMillions Results: Winning Numbers and History

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2024-06-18 19:45:00 GMT+02:00

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EuroMillions Draw Schedule

The EuroMillions draw occurs bi-weekly, specifically on Tuesday and Friday.

The draws are scheduled at 21:45 SAST during the South African summer and at 20:45 SAST in the winter. The transition between these seasons typically takes place around late March and late October each year.

By following this schedule, you can ensure you never miss out on the exciting EuroMillions draws and results.

EuroMillions Lottery Information



Guess Range

5/50 + Lucky Star 2/12

Offered In



Tue 21:00
Fri 21:00

(Local draw time)

Jackpot Type


Tax Requirement

Tickets for this lottery are purchased in Spain. Lottery prizes are subject to taxation at the source. There are two tax bands. Tax Band 1: Tax-free up to €40,000. Tax Band 2: Any portion of the prize exceeding €40,000 is subject to a tax rate of 20%. Citizens of other countries are entitled to claim full tax refunds – read our detailed lottery taxes information. Check the tax laws in your country of residence for any further local taxation you may be subject to.



Chances to win EuroMillions




Winnings Divisions

1 Prize

5+2Lucky Stars


2 Prize

5+1Lucky Star


3 Prize



4 Prize

4+2Lucky Stars


5 Prize

4+1Lucky Star


6 Prize



7 Prize

3+2Lucky Stars


8 Prize

3+1Lucky Stars


9 Prize



10 Prize

2+2Lucky Stars


11 Prize

2+1Lucky Stars


12 Prize



13 Prize

1+2Lucky Stars




EuroMillions Lottery Results Overview


The EuroMillions lottery presents 13 enticing prize categories. To secure the jackpot, players must match five winning numbers and the two Lucky Stars. These winning numbers, ranging from 1 to 50, and the Lucky Stars, selected from a separate drum of 1 to 12, are crucial for claiming the grand prize. Moreover, the Lucky Stars also enable players to attain supplementary prizes in addition to the jackpot.


EuroMillions also offers the exciting opportunity to participate in the EuroMillions Superdraw throughout the year. This special draw commences with a minimum jackpot of €130 million, progressively growing until it reaches the €250 million cap. Don't miss out on the chance to participate in this thrilling event!


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EuroMillions Jackpot Records


EuroMillions jackpots have achieved global acclaim, currently reaching an impressive top prize of €220,000,000. This sets EuroMillions apart, offering jackpots that surpass those of most lottery games worldwide. The previous jackpot cap of €190 million was initially reached in August 2012, when the Bayfords in the UK claimed the €190 million (£148.6 million) sum, setting two significant records. It marked the first time the EuroMillions jackpot cap was reached in a regular draw and stands as the largest lottery jackpot ever awarded to a UK citizen. This milestone was reached again in October 2014, won by a fortunate ticket holder in Portugal.


The EuroMillions jackpot cap was reached for the third time after the Superdraw rollover, culminating in a €190 million win by a single ticket holder in Spain in October 2017. An earlier EuroMillions jackpot record was set in July 2011 when the Weirs from Scotland secured the top prize of €185 million (£161.6 million).


On 11 December 2020, EuroMillions achieved a new record by awarding an extraordinary €200 million jackpot prize to a single ticket purchased in France after a series of thrilling rollovers subsequent to the 20 November 2020 Superdraw, where the jackpot prize was boosted to €130 million.


EuroMillions continued its streak on 26 February 2021, breaking two records as a single ticket sold in Switzerland won the entire €210 million prize. This not only represents EuroMillions' new record jackpot but also stands as the biggest jackpot ever won in Europe. This exciting win was the result of a Superdraw series that commenced on 5 February 2021, featuring a boosted prize of €130 million.

Visit the EuroMillions section on the official site of the Spanish Loterías y Apuestas del Estado.


Understanding EuroMillions Superdraws Overview


EuroMillions occasionally features Superdraws, where the standard jackpot is replaced by a guaranteed payout of €130 million. These Superdraws operate similarly to regular EuroMillions draws, requiring players to select five numbers and two Star numbers.


In the event that the Superdraw's main prize is not claimed, it can roll over, potentially reaching the impressive cap of €250 million. This rollover mechanism can occur for a maximum of four draws, adding to the excitement and potential rewards for participants.


By participating in EuroMillions Superdraws, players have the chance to aim for substantial winnings beyond the typical jackpot, making these events highly anticipated among lottery enthusiasts.