EuroMillions is a transnational lottery game with thirteen participating member countries: the UK, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, the Isle of Man, Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco, and Switzerland.
Draws are held twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday, and offer a minimum Jackpot of €15 Million.
In recent years, however, with sales pouring in from all nine member countries, EuroMillions Jackpots have grown to as high as €190 Million!
Contrary to the US Powerball, MegaMillions, and other big lotteries, all EuroMillions prizes are collected in a lump sum and entirely tax free – with the exception of Spain, Switzerland, and Portugal since 2013.
13 Ways to WinSee the 13 EuroMillions Prize Divisions
You can still win millions in Europe's most popular lottery - even when you DON'T win the Jackpot. Although the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 116,531,800, the overall odds of winning any prize in the EuroMillions are 1 in 13. Even if you don't win the first division prize – or the Big Jackpot – 12 more prize tiers are around for you to win, and each prize tier has better odds of winning than the other.
EuroMillions' 13 prize divisions are pari-mutuel - which means that the prizes for each division are not fixed. The amounts vary depending on that week's ticket sales, the jackpot amount and the number of winners in that division.
The bigger the Jackpot, the bigger all the lower division prizes become as well!
All EuroMillions prize payouts (the jackpot included) are free of government taxes, and paid out in a single lump sum.
And fortunately, through the services of Overseas Subscribers Agents, you can play EuroMillions no matter where in the world you might be.
So if you have not yet tried your luck in this incredible Game, there is no better time to start!