There are 13 different prizes on offer in every EuroMillions draw. You can win for matching as few as two main numbers, while you win the jackpot by matching all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars. You can see the average prize value for each of the 13 tiers in the table below.
|Numbers Matched||Prize in the Latest Draw||Average Prize Amount|
|5 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||€107,683,454.00||€58,815,829.86|
|5 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||€148,716.20||€391,515.19|
|5 Main Numbers||€16,494.10||€66,235.15|
|4 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||€1,355.30||€3,463.66|
|4 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||€100.20||€170.52|
|3 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||€58.30||€110.08|
|4 Main Numbers||€44.70||€59.36|
|2 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars||€11.80||€19.76|
|3 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||€10.30||€14.55|
|3 Main Numbers||€10.30||€12.12|
|1 Main Number + 2 Lucky Stars||€7.20||€10.60|
|2 Main Numbers + 1 Lucky Star||€6.30||€8.06|
|2 Main Numbers||€4.00||€4.36|
Prizes are calculated on a pari-mutuel basis, meaning they fluctuate from draw to draw depending on how many tickets are sold and how many winners there are. The advertised jackpot prize is split between every ticket holder who matches all seven numbers in the same draw.
Claiming a Prize
The procedures for claiming a prize won on a ticket purchased from a retailer and a ticket purchased through your Loterie Nationale account vary. For full details, visit the How to Claim page.
EuroMillions Booster Fund
The EuroMillions Booster Fund is a cash reserve in place to guarantee that the minimum €17 million jackpot can always be paid out. Ahead of every draw, 4.8% of the revenue from ticket sales is transferred to the fund. When the money in the Booster Fund reaches a certain level, special events are held in which the excess funds are given away as prize money. These usually take the form of Exceptional Jackpot draws, when the top prize is boosted to a guaranteed nine-figure amount, but special raffles are also sometimes held.