How to Claim a EuroMillions Prize
The way in which you claim a EuroMillions prize depends on the amount won and whether the entry was purchased online or in-store. This guide sets out the options available for winners.
The deadline for claiming any EuroMillions prize in France is 60 days after the draw has taken place.
- Prizes up to €2,000 – Any prize of this value will be paid automatically into your online account shortly after the draw has taken place.
- Prizes over €2,000 – You will be notified via email if you have won a prize of more than €2,000 and you will be provided with instructions to claim your money.
From a Retailer
- Prizes up to €300 – Visit any official lottery retailer to claim a EuroMillions prize of up to €300.
- Prizes between €301 and €30,000 – For prizes of this value, you can visit a point of sale to request a bank transfer. Alternatively, go to any of the payment centres located across France.
- Prizes between €30,001 and €499,999 – You will need to make an appointment to go to a payment centre so that you can claim your prize in person.
- Prizes over €500,000 – You must claim prizes over €500,000 in person, so you need to contact the French National Lottery - La Francaise des Jeux (FDJ) - on 09 69 36 60 60 to start the claims process.
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 France, 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.