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Quels sont les pays participant à l’EuroMillions ?

L’EuroMillions est une loterie européenne comportant 9 pays participants : Autriche, Belgique, France, Irlande, Luxembourg, Portugal, Espagne, Suisse et Royaume-Uni. Le jackpot et les prix similaires (en euros) dans tous les pays.

Il est cependant possible de jouer en ligne et ce, peu importe votre emplacement géographique !

Quand aura lieu le prochain tirage EuroMillions ?

Vous pouvez jouer à l’EuroMillions en ligne deux fois par semaine, le mardi et le vendredi. Jetez un œil à la bannière pour savoir quand aura lieu le prochain tirage !

A combien s’élève actuellement le Jackpot EuroMillions ?

Si vous avez besoin d’une motivation pour jouer à l’EuroMillions, jetez simplement un œil à la bannière. Vous y trouverez le prochain jackpot, en jeu lors du prochain tirage !

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Comment jouer à l’EuroMillions du monde entier ?

Avec la plateforme theLotter, les touristes peuvent jouer à l’EuroMillions en ligne ! Le fonctionnement est simple : un représentant local se charge des formalités pour vous et se rend chez un revendeur de loterie officiel pour acheter des billets de loterie au nom du joueur (voir la rubrique « Comment jouer en ligne ? »). Le billet est ensuite scanné sur le compte joueur, alors que la version papier est conservée précieusement. Pour le joueur, rien de plus simple, il doit :

  • Ouvrir un compte theLotter
  • Déposer des fonds
  • Choisir la loterie EuroMillions
  • Choisir sa méthode de jeu préférée : En groupe, individuelle ou combinée
  • Choisir son mode de sélection des numéros : Selon ses numéros porte-bonheur, ou selon une option de génération de numéros de manière automatique.

Et voilà ! La grille est validée et il ne reste plus qu’à attendre les résultats du tirage !

Pour plus de questions sur la possibilité de jouer ou de gagner à l’EuroMillions de l’étranger, jetez un œil à notre Foire Aux Question ci-dessous !

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FAQ EuroMillions

Un étranger peut-il jouer légalement à l’EuroMillions ?

Oui, sachant que le billet est acheté dans le pays où a lieu le tirage et ne sort pas du territoire, il reste valable.

Comment récupérer ses gains EuroMillions en jouant en ligne ?
Les tombolas EuroMillions sont-elles accessibles en ligne de l’étranger ?

Il est vrai que les tombolas EuroMillions offrent un avantage incontestable, permettant de gagner un prix indépendamment des tirages. Dans la plateforme recommandée, theLotter, il est possible de participer à la Tombola de la version Espagnole et Autrichienne de l’EuroMillions !

Les Super Jackpots EuroMillions sont-ils disponibles en ligne pour les joueurs étrangers ?

Bien entendu ! Les Super Jackpots, débutant à 100, 120 ou 130 millions d’euros sont parfaitement accessibles en ligne !

Ireland

Prize Total Online
Up to €99 Prizes are paid directly into your online account.
Between €100 and €500 Prizes are sent by cheque to your registered home address.
Between €501 and €9,999 Prizes are paid by cheque once a claim form has been completed.
Over €10,000 Prizes must be collected in person from National Lottery headquarters in Dublin. A cheque will be presented once the win has been validated.
Prize Total Authorised Retailer
Up to €100 Smaller prizes can be claimed from any authorised lottery retailer. Some retailers can also pay out prizes of up to €2,500 if funds are available.
Between €100 and €15,000 Visit any lottery claim centre around the country to pick up your prize.
Over €15,000

You must visit the lottery headquarters in Dublin to claim your prize. Alternatively, you can claim lower awards by sending your ticket by post* to lottery headquarters.

If you have won the jackpot, the Match 5+1 Star prize or the top EuroMillions Plus award of €500,000, you should ring the lottery straight away on 01- 836 4444.

EuroMillions players in Ireland have 90 days to claim any prizes.

United Kingdom

Prize Total Online
Up to and including £500 Prizes will be paid directly into your National Lottery account shortly after the draw and the winnings can either be transferred into your bank account or used to fund future ticket purchases.
Over £500 up to £30,000 You will need to confirm during the claim period (180 days from the date of the draw) that the prize should be transferred into your bank account via the debit card registered to your online account.
Over £30,000 up to £50,000 These prizes can be claimed by calling the National Lottery Customer Care Team on 0333 234 44 33 to arrange payment of your winnings. Please have your ticket or play number and account details to hand.
Over £50,000 You will need to contact the National Lottery Customer Care Team on 0333 234 44 33 to claim your prize. A National Lottery representative will arrange for you to receive your prize in person at an agreed location such as your home or a Regional Lottery Centre.
Direct Debit If you play online via Direct Debit and win a prize up to and including £50,000, the prize money will be transferred into your bank account via a transfer or cheque.
Prize Total Authorised Retailer
Up to £100 Prizes can be claimed from any official lottery retailer.
Over £100 up to £500 Can be claimed from any authorised retailer provided that they have sufficient funds available and that your ticket has not yet been validated. If your ticket has already been validated then you must return to the retailer who originally validated your ticket or claim your prize at a National Lottery affiliated Post Office.
Over £500 up to £50,000

Can be claimed either at a National Lottery affiliated Post Office or by sending your winning ticket and completed claim form (for prizes over £500 only) by post* to:

The National Lottery
Accounts Dept
PO BOX 287
Watford
WD18 9TT

Claim forms are available from some retailers or by contacting the National Lottery on 0333 234 50 50.

Over £50,000 You must first contact the National Lottery and arrange for your prize to be awarded at an agreed location such as your home or Regional Lottery Centre. You will be required to provide proof of identity and complete a claim form in order to receive your prize.

EuroMillions players in the UK have 180 days to claim any prizes.

Portugal

Prize Total Online
Up to €150 Prizes are paid directly into your online account.
Between €150 and €5,000 Prizes are paid directly into your bank account.
Over €5,000 Prizes are paid into your bank account after a 12-day period in which the award can be challenged.
Prize Total Authorised Retailer
Up to €150 Prizes can be claimed from any official lottery retailer.
Between €150 and €5,000 Prizes can be claimed from any official lottery retailer or lottery headquarters. Winnings will be paid by bank transfer.
Over €5,000 Paid by bank transfer from lottery headquarters following a 12-day period in which the award can be challenged.

EuroMillions players in Portugal have 90 days to claim any prizes.

Triplettes et triplettes consécutives les plus courantes

Triplettes courantes: Triplettes consécutives:
Numéros Fréquence
10 19 23 6
2 10 22 5
3 22 49 5
5 19 31 5
6 48 50 5
Numéros Fréquence
22 23 24 3
11 12 13 2
12 13 14 2
16 17 18 2
18 19 20 2

Les 5 jackpots les plus élevés à avoir été gagnés (£)

Date de tirage Jackpot Gagnants
vendredi 6 octobre 2017 170 810 000 £ 1
mardi 8 octobre 2019 170 221 000 £ 1
mardi 12 juillet 2011 161 653 000 £ 1
mardi 25 juin 2013 159 559 034 £ 2
vendredi 23 février 2018 155 597 796 £ 2

Les 5 jackpots les plus élevés à avoir été gagnés (€)

Date de tirage Jackpot Gagnants
mardi 8 octobre 2019 190 000 000 € 1
vendredi 6 octobre 2017 190 000 000 € 1
vendredi 24 octobre 2014 190 000 000 € 1
vendredi 10 août 2012 190 000 000 € 1
mardi 25 juin 2013 187 937 614 € 2

Les 5 nombres de gagnants du jackpot les plus élevés

Date de tirage Jackpot Gagnants
vendredi 2 septembre 2016 32 837 522 € 5
vendredi 4 février 2011 24 368 199 € 5
vendredi 5 octobre 2007 10 425 000 € 5
vendredi 28 avril 2006 17 970 266 € 4
vendredi 30 septembre 2005 17 020 072 € 4

EuroMillions Taxes vs Other Lotteries

EuroMillions offers some of the largest jackpots in the world, and the fact that prizes are not taxed in six of the nine countries makes it stand out even more in comparison with some of the other big lotteries.

American games such as Powerball and Mega Millions, for example, have tax obligations at both a state and federal level, so although these games regularly offer the biggest jackpots out of any lottery in the world, the payouts can end up significantly lower than the pre-draw estimate.

New Yorkers suffer heavier taxes than anyone else in the U.S. In August 2018, one player from the state won a Powerball jackpot advertised at $245.6 million, but they ended up walking away with a significantly lower sum. They opted to take a cash lump sum of $147 million, which worked out as a final payout of $99.4 million – around 40% of the advertised jackpot – after taxes had been deducted.

In EuroMillions, you will be given the specified amount with no deductions if you play in a country which does not tax winnings, such as the UK. The UK player who anonymously claimed £121 million in April 2018, for example, received a much larger payout than the $245 million Powerball winner, even though at first glance it would seem they had not won as much.

Contact Us

For specific site or EuroMillions queries, please check out the Contact page so that we can best answer your questions.

Please do not post tickets for verification or to claim prizes as they cannot be processed at this address.

The Lottery Company Ltd
The Exchange
Station Parade
Harrogate
HG1 1TS

Scams

Unfortunately there are many scammers out there who pretend to be Euro-Millions.com. If you believe you have been sent a lottery scam, either via post, text, phone or any other method, please visit the Scams page for information on what you should do. Please note: you cannot win a prize if you have not purchased a ticket for a lottery draw.

If you have responded to a potential scam and have sent any personal/financial details, you should contact Action Fraud immediately on 0800 123 2040 or visit their website.

Meet the Team

There’s a lot of work going on behind the scenes to ensure that the website is up to date with accurate information for you. Meet the team who make it happen:

Sam Weren
Sam is our lottery expert content writer with 20+ years experience in the industry. He’s previously appeared on the BBC lottery programme and was a Lottery Guru for national newspapers including the Daily Mail.

Recent articles by Sam:

  • Systems and Strategies
  • Picking Lottery Numbers

Background:

Sam has been with us from the start providing invaluable expertise of the industry and countless cups of coffee. As a writer, Sam has a history in print publication, including the best-selling book ‘The National Lottery Book: Winning Strategies’.

Lewis Rutledge
Lewis is an experienced writer in several different areas, with an in-depth knowledge of how lotteries work.

Recent articles by Lewis:

  • UK Player Wins £79 Million EuroMillions Jackpot
  • Fourth EuroMillions Superdraw of 2020 Set for 20th November
  • Which EuroMillions Country is the Most Successful?

Background:

Lewis’ background as a sports writer helped him to gain an understanding of odds and betting strategies, before he joined the team several years ago. He prides himself on his knowledge of all things EuroMillions, even trivia about the biggest winners!

George Morley
George has worked in the lottery industry for over seven years and has an in-depth knowledge on local and foreign lotteries.

Recent articles by George:

  • £57.8M EuroMillions Jackpot Won in the UK
  • EuroMillions Prizes Changing from 1st February 2020
  • UK EuroMillions Player Wins £40 Million Jackpot

Background:

George joined Euro-Millions.com at the start of his professional career and specialises in Search Engine Optimisation. He is also certified in Google Analytics and plays a big part in day-to-day management of the site, such as running social media campaigns and being part of the results verification team.

Alex Kiam
Alex is a specialist author and money editor, who contributes his financial knowledge across the site and vets all news articles to guarantee accuracy.

Recent articles by Alex:

  • Are EuroMillions winnings taxed?
  • How to claim lottery prizes
  • How to spend £100 million

Background:

Alex Kiam is our resident financial whizz and the go-to guy for anything involving numbers. Having previously published books such as ‘Understand Financial Risk and Analysis in a Day’, Alex regularly contributes towards helpful articles on Euro-Millions.com.

Jim Coulson
Jim is a freelance content writer, blogger and voiceover who loves finding interesting stories from the world’s favourite lotteries.

Recent articles by Jim:

  • Can I Play EuroMillions and Claim Prizes in Another Country?
  • Your Big Rollover EuroMillions Questions Answered
  • Next European Millionaire Maker Draw Announced for 23rd February 2018

Background:

Jim writes articles about everything to do with EuroMillions, from information on the latest game rule changes to stories about the lottery’s biggest winners. He also provides the voiceover for some of the Euro-Millions.com videos found on this site.

Horaire de diffusion

À l’origine, un seul tirage de l’Euromillions était effectué chaque semaine, les vendredis soirs. Ce n’est que depuis le 10 mai 2011 que les joueurs ont l’on a pu voir apparaître un deuxième tirage de la loterie européenne chaque semaine, effectué cette fois-ci les mardis. À ce jour, il n’existe toujours que deux tirages de l’Euromillions chaque semaine, et les jours n’ont pas été modifiés : les mardis et vendredis.

Du fait de son internationalité, les résultats et rapports de gains ne sont pas nécessairement divulgués au même moment. Pour autant une chose est sûre : c’est à 20h précise que les prises de paris son clôturées, afin de permettre aux différentes sociétés organisatrices d’envoyer leurs prises de jeu à la Française des jeux, société centralisant celles-ci, et effectuant le tirage dans ses locaux.

Chaque pays a donc son processus et son horaire de diffusion des résultats. En Belgique par exemple, on peut déjà découvrir le montant de la prochaine cagnotte avant même que le résultat ne soit dévoilé, tandis que c’est l’inverse pour l’Irlande.

En France, le tirage du jeu My Million est effectué aux alentours de 20h40 et diffusé sur la chaîne TF1 depuis 2014 (anciennement France 2). Le tirage de l’Euromillions est quant à lui diffusé entre 22h et 23h en fonction de la grille des programmes télévisés. Les résultats sont en parallèle diffusés sur le site officiel de la FDJ, et accessibles en replat sur la plateforme de la chaîne TF1.En savoir plus sur les heures de tirages de l’Euromillions My Million

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