Tuesday, Sep 26, 2023
EUR 13 Million
Eurojackpot Past Results and Winning Numbers
|Draw Date||Winning Numbers||Draw Price|
Tuesday, 26th September 2023
||EUR 13 Million|
Friday, 22nd September 2023
||EUR 10 Million|
Tuesday, 19th September 2023
||EUR 65.95 Million|
Friday, 15th September 2023
||EUR 57 Million|
Tuesday, 12th September 2023
||EUR 47 Million|
Friday, 8th September 2023
||EUR 41 Million|
Tuesday, 5th September 2023
||EUR 33 Million|
Friday, 1st September 2023
||EUR 28 Million|
Tuesday, 29th August 2023
||EUR 20 Million|
Friday, 25th August 2023
||EUR 16 Million|
Eurojackpot Jackpot History
How to Claim Your EuroJackpot Winnings
For local players in one of the 18 participating countries, the claiming process will depend on the amount you’ve won and whether you played online or bought tickets in a brick and mortar store. For smaller prizes you can expect easy payments into your bank account, being able to claim at retail stores or receiving it via a player account. Larger prizes often require you to visit lottery offices in the country where you bought the ticket.
International players that use lottery sites and lottery agents can review policies of the vendors for clarity on payments.
Odds of Winning EuroJackpot
This European lottery gives you a better chance of walking away with a jackpot, compared to other huge jackpot lotteries. Even after the gameplay changed in 2022, which affected the odds, it’s still easier to win with EuroJackpot than the US MegaMillions.
|Main Numbers||Euro Numbers||Odds|
Players have an overall chance of 1 in 32 to win any prize.
Eurojackpot Hot and Cold Numbers
How Do You Win the Jackpot in EuroJackpot?
To walk away with the jackpot prize you need to match a 7-digit sequence. Your numbers contain the following:
- 5 numbers chosen from the main set of numbers, in a number range of 1 to 50
- 2 supplementary numbers picked from the Euro Numbers set between 1 and 12
You can win other prizes by matching three or more of the drawn numbers. Each prize category is allocated a percentage of the prize fund, so your winnings will depend on the ticket sales of the week.
How Long Do You Have to Claim Your EuroJackpot Prize?
Expiry dates of tickets depend on where you purchased your ticket, because different countries have different rules. Check your online lottery site about guidelines, although it should be paid into your wallet or account automatically after winning.
For locals in these countries, the following timelines apply for claiming prizes before tickets expire:
|Czech Republic||35 days|
|Denmark||1 year (90 days for prizes up to Kr200)||3 years|
|Italy||60 days at retail stores
90 days at lottery headquarters
|The Netherlands||1 year|
How much does EuroJackpot cost?
You can play EuroJackpot at €2 locally in participating countries.
Does EuroJackpot have a jackpot cap?
There is a jackpot cap with this lottery. The EuroJackpot’s first prize can’t grow bigger than €120 million.
Which countries participate in EuroJackpot?
There are 18 countries in Europe that officially participate in the EuroJackpot:
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
However, thanks to online lottery sites and lottery agents you can play EuroJackpot from almost anywhere in the world.
When do EuroJackpot draws take place?
When EuroJackpot started there was only one draw a week. This changed in 2022 and now there are two weekly draws, one on Tuesdays and one on Fridays, at 20:00 CET. Draws take place in Helsinki, Finland with verification of winning tickets done in other countries.
Where can I watch EuroJackpot and get results?
We always provide the latest results as soon as they become available. You can check winning numbers on lottery sites and there are also websites hosted by the EuroJackpot organizers which provide recordings of the draws.
What is the biggest ever EuroJackpot win?
Because EuroJackpot has a capped jackpot, the size of the main prize doesn’t grow as big as some international lotteries. The cap is set at €120 million and there have been multiple players that have won this huge prize with their lucky numbers.
What is the minimum EuroJackpot?
After a jackpot win, the EuroJackpot’s main prize reverts back to its starting amount. This is currently set at €10 million.
Is there a difference between Eurojackpot and Euromillions?
Eurojackpot and EuroMillions are two different lotteries, but both are organized in Europe. Their gameplays are similar, with both having main numbers between 1 and 50, and supplementary numbers of 1-12. Both also have jackpot caps, but the EuroMillions big prize can grow to €240 million, while EuroJackpot stops at €120 million.
When do ticket sales close for EuroJackpot?
In Europe, tickets are available until one hour before each draw. Retailers will stop selling tickets for that night’s draw at 19:00 CET.
What labels do Eurojackpot have in the industry?
EuroJackpot has many labels! Experts have discovered it’s the ‘fastest growing’ lottery in Europe, it has become one of the ‘most popular’ and it’s also on the list of ‘newest lotteries’ in Europe, only being established in 2012.
How has Eurojackpot changed over the years?
The gameplay has changed twice in the past. In 2014 the Euro Numbers set changed from 8 to 10 in total. Then, in 2022, it changed again when the organisers set the Euro Numbers range at 1-12. These changes affected the odds greatly but the new rules also resulted in a higher jackpot cap.