How to Claim a EuroMillions Prize

The way in which you claim a EuroMillions prize depends on the amount you won and whether the entry was purchased online or in-store. This guide sets out the options available to winners.

The deadline for claiming any EuroMillions prize in Switzerland is 26 weeks after the draw has taken place.


From a Retailer

There are two operators of EuroMillions in Switzerland. Swisslos oversees the game in the German-speaking cantons and the canton of Ticino, while Loterie Romande runs EuroMillions in the French-speaking cantons.

You must claim any prizes you win from the same territory where you bought your ticket. For example, if you purchased your entry from a Swisslos retailer, you must also claim your prize from a Swisslos retailer.

Swisslos has its headquarters at the following location:

Lange Gasse 20
4002 Basel

The headquarters of Loterie Romande are located at the following address:

Loterie Romande
Avenue de Provence 14
PO Box 6744
4002 Basel

Tax on Prizes

If you win a prize of more than CHF 1 million in Switzerland, it will be subject to tax at a rate of 35 percent.

Purchased a ticket from another country?

You must claim any EuroMillions prize you win in the same country where you purchased your ticket. If you bought your ticket somewhere other than Switzerland, you can select the relevant country from the options in the top-right of the screen to see instructions on how to claim.

If you play online from another country using a lottery betting website or lottery concierge service, prizes will be paid directly into your online account. Check with the relevant site for full terms and conditions.