Euromillions hotpicks faqs

EuroMillions Hot and Cold Numbers

Number of Draws:

3

10

100

1000

all

Hot Numbers

Regular Balls

42

18 Times

27

16 Times

15

14 Times

46

13 Times

32

13 Times

5

13 Times

11

13 Times

8

13 Times

2

13 Times

23

13 Times

3

12 Times

20

12 Times

37

12 Times

1

11 Times

22

11 Times

21

11 Times

14

11 Times

13

11 Times

39

11 Times

9

11 Times

44

11 Times

47

11 Times

24

11 Times

Additional

2

25 Times

4

24 Times

6

21 Times

8

20 Times

5

19 Times

3

18 Times

10

17 Times

Cold Numbers

Regular Balls

28

5 Times

16

5 Times

29

5 Times

6

5 Times

36

6 Times

31

6 Times

40

6 Times

48

7 Times

50

7 Times

26

7 Times

4

8 Times

33

8 Times

7

8 Times

35

8 Times

34

9 Times

18

9 Times

30

9 Times

25

9 Times

38

9 Times

41

9 Times

45

10 Times

43

10 Times

10

10 Times

12

10 Times

17

10 Times

19

10 Times

49

10 Times

Additional

11

10 Times

9

10 Times

1

10 Times

12

12 Times

7

14 Times

EuroMillions, a transnational lottery, is one of the most popular games in the industry. It offers mega-sized jackpots that grows when a rollover occurs. In other words, you can win hundreds of millions here – and in Euros, too. I know you’re probably itching to head on over to your favorite lottery site to play, but, before you do, read on and arm yourself with some EuroMillions knowledge!

It’s easy to see why EuroMillions became one of the most popular lotteries around. Not only does it offer players the chance to win millions of Euros, the lottery is known to have pretty good odds compared to other lottery games. A 1 in13 odds of winning any prize is definitely impressive, after all. Beyond that, it’s also a largely tax-free lottery – with the exception of a few countries – and jackpots are paid out in lump sums. In short, there’s a good chance that you’re going to take home more of your winnings. Joining a EuroMillions drawing is a no-brainer, really.

Deciding Whether to Go Public

In the UK, you can choose to go public with the news of your win or stay anonymous. It is entirely up to you which course of action to take, but one of the questions that you will be asked at your validation appointment will be about how many people you have already told, as it may help you to make up your mind.

Some winners prefer to keep their identity private and continue with their lives as normally as possible, but others find it a burden to keep a secret. Visit the Publicity page to learn more about the pros and cons, and find out what previous winners have done.

If you do opt for publicity, you will have to fulfil various media obligations, including a winner’s ceremony, during which your name will be released to the wider world and you will be asked questions about your life and plans for the money.

The National Lottery provides the same level of support for winners who opt to go public and those who don’t, and it says that only around 10% of big winners decide to go public.

How to Play EuroMillions

The Basics

EuroMillions is slightly similar to how other lottery games function – but they put their own spin on the formula. The gist is this: You select five numbers from 1 to 50, plus two additional numbers – also known as Lucky Stars – from 1 to 12. For players to win the jackpot, all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars have to match the combination drawn. The standard pricing for one EuroMillions ticket costs €2.50, but it may be a bit higher in some online outlets due to additional fees imposed by some lottery sites.

The Super Draw

The EuroMillions Super Draw offers a guaranteed minimum prize of €130 million!

The EuroMillions Super Draws are special events held every now and then that ensures a big payout to winners. These draws function pretty much the same as any regular EuroMillions draw, with one difference: jackpots are set to a guaranteed amount of at least €130 million. Should no one win the jackpot, it will simply roll over to the succeeding draw, and the next, and so on until it reaches the €190 million jackpot cap. The jackpot can remain at the aforementioned cap for a total of four drawings.

If no one still wins the jackpot, then the prize money will be distributed among winners of the 2nd prize tier. This is what is called an Event Draw. So far, however, there has never been a EuroMillions Event Draw.

The Odds of Winning

If you were thinking that it would be impossible to match all 5 numbers, plus 2 Lucky Stars, you’d be surprised to know that you actually have much better odds of winning a EuroMillions jackpot than, say, a Powerball one. Compared to the latter’s 1 in 292,201,338.00 odds, EuroMillions’ odds look much, much better. The overall odds for winning any prize, for instance, are 1 in 13 – pretty impressive, if you ask me. Take a gander at the table below to see what I mean:

EuroLottery

Have you dreamed of hitting it big and winning a EuroMillions EuroLottery jackpot prize? In June, it was announced that a UK EuroLotto lottery player had won the £93 million jackpot after the Superdraw rolled over. This was the fourth UK winner of 2015 and the biggest win of the year. There have been some huge jackpots for this popular European lottery, including Neil Trotter who won £107 million in 2014, and many lucky players who have become instant millionaires playing this game. In case you aren’t familiar with the EuroMillions Lottery, read on for a bit of information about it.

What is the EuroMillions Lottery?

It is the world’s first ever multi-country international lottery game. EuroMillions has a rolling jackpot and is available to players from France, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Austria and the United Kingdom.

If you want to play the EuroMillions lottery, you must be a permanent resident of a participating country to buy a ticket in any of the member countries or to collect a lottery prize. Unless you play the Euromillions at Lottosend, where our local agents will purchase a EuroLotto ticket for you. How about some tips to help increase your chances of winning this lottery?

Tips to Help You Win the EuroMillions Lottery

You can buy more tickets as a syndicate (Source www.lottery24.com)

How to win lotto? Here are 3 hot tips that may help increase your chances of winning a big EuroMillions jackpot prize.

1) Group Strategies with EuroLotto Lottery Numbers

If you take a good look at past Euro Lottery winning numbers, you’ll see that much of the time, one number group wasn’t represented. For example, in this group of winning numbers—16, 9, 4, 18, 22—there are no numbers in the 30s group. Taking a little time to track and study the winning numbers will help you know which group of numbers to avoid and which to give extra heavy play.

2) Mix Up EuroLotto Odds and Evens Numbers

When you study groups of winning lottery numbers, you will see that all odd numbers or all even numbers only win about 3 percent of the time. So, to boost your chances of winning the EuroLotto , mix your numbers up with either 3/2 or 2/3 odd and even. These patterns have repeated themselves in about 68 percent of EuroMillions Lottery drawings.

3) Losing Numbers

EuroLotto Losing Numbers that haven’t hit for six games or less are winning numbers about 50 percent of the time. Losing numbers that haven’t hit in twelve games or less make up about 75 percent of all winning numbers. That makes these losers hot numbers that are more likely to win.

These hot tips might help you become one of the next EuroMillions Lottery winners! To find out how you can play the EuroMillions without leaving home, check out our video as well:

Start playing online and visit play Euromillions page

Play a EuroMillions System

System entries are often best suited to syndicates, as they involve buying a large number of entries for a draw. You would play more a combination of more numbers than the required five main numbers and two Lucky Stars. For example, you might choose to play six main numbers and three Lucky Stars, which would give you more chances to win should your numbers come up.

You can play system entries in Austria, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Portugal, Switzerland and Spain, but in the UK and Ireland you will need to create your own by writing down all possible combinations of the numbers you choose and entering them on multiple lines to ensure that they are all covered.

Receiving the Prize Money

The advisors have a lot of experience guiding winners and at the validation meeting they will take you through the next steps. They will recommend that you open a private bank account to receive the money into – mainly to help protect your privacy but also because banks that offer such accounts often have teams that deal specifically with lottery winners.

Once the claim has been validated and the bank account set up, the money will be transferred within 48 hours. From that point it is yours to do with as you wish. The lottery’s advisors will still be on hand to provide advice, but from then the money is yours.

How to Win

There are 13 ways to win in the main draw, with larger prizes awarded for successfully matching more numbers. The overall odds of receiving any prize are 1 in 13.

Match Win*
5 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars Jackpot€17 million to €200 million
5 numbers + 1 Lucky Star £303,571.59
5 numbers £48,262.80
4 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £2,812.15
4 numbers + 1 Lucky Star £131.47
3 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £53.69
4 numbers £58.52
2 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £13.33
3 numbers + 1 Lucky Star £9.81
3 numbers £8.16
1 number + 2 Lucky Stars £7.09
2 numbers + 1 Lucky Star £5.37
2 numbers £2.81

*For Match 5 + 2, the range of available prize amounts is shown. For all other prize tiers, the average amount is shown. Averages have been calculated using data from draws since 10/05/2011.

The chances of winning the jackpot are 1 in 139,838,160. Visit the EuroMillions Odds page to see your chances of winning in each different prize tier.

Millionaire Maker & HotPicks

UK ticket holders also have an additional chance to win £1 million thanks to the Millionaire Maker. Millionaire Maker is a supplementary game which is automatically included when you enter EuroMillions. You receive one code for every combination of EuroMillions numbers you play and it is all included in the cost of a ticket, so you do not need to do anything extra. A winning Millionaire Maker code is drawn alongside each main EuroMillions draw and if the code on your ticket matches the winning code exactly, you win. Special draws also take place from time to time which guarantee multiple winners.

EuroMillions HotPicks is a separate game, so it can be played on its own. Unlike Millionaire Maker, you need to opt in to play the game, which costs £1.50 per entry. HotPicks uses the five main numbers from the EuroMillions draw, and players can decide how many of the numbers they want to try and match. For example, you can choose to try and match just one number to win £10 or you can attempt to match all five for £1 million. The cost of entry is the same regardless of how many numbers you try and match. See the EuroMillions HotPicks page to learn more.

Take Advantage of the Jackpot Cap

The EuroMillions jackpot is capped at €200 million, with excess funds that would have been added to the top prize diverted to next-highest prize tier with any winners. While this technically doesn’t make you a jackpot winner, you could still pick up a seven-figure sum for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star, and the odds of winning in this prize tier are just 1 in 6,991,908, compared with 1 in 139,838,160 for the jackpot.

On Friday 8th July 2011, six winners in the Match 5+1 tier won £3.3 million (€4.5 million) after the jackpot hit its then cap of €185 million.

Once the jackpot reaches €200 million, it can roll over four times before it either must be won or is rolled down into the next winning prize tier. During these rollovers, any excess funds that would have been added to the jackpot are also rolled down, bringing you a better chance of winning a life-changing prize without having to match all of the numbers drawn. See the Jackpot Cap page for more about how it works.

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