Minimum play one line and maximum play six lines

Main numbers (1-50)
Bonus numbers(1-10)
Half jackpots £1.00
Full Jackpots £2.00

Tickets sold in pound sterling, for non UK players ask your Bank about currency conversion.

Total Played £0.00

Eurojackpot Lottery

What is Eurojackpot?

Eurojackpot is a transnational European lottery. It was introduced in Europe to the countries that were not involved with the EuroMillions to compete with it.

It is currently operated by Westdeutsche Lotterie GmbH & Co. OHG 

The first draw was held on 23rd March 2012 and only had 7 countries participating, now there are 17.

Jackpots: Eurojackpot has an opening jackpot of €10,000,000 and a jackpot cap of €90,000,000 Which was put in place in February 2013 to replace the roll-overs limit of 12. 

Eurojackpot has an overall win ratio of 1 in 26 which puts its seventh in the top ten list. Incidentally, the EuroMillions is 1 in 13, but Eurojackpot has much better odds of winning the Jackpot.

The Pool for the supplementary Euro Number was increased from eight to ten on 10 October 2014. Making it slightly harder to win

When are the Eurojackpot draws held?

Friday 2100hrs local time in Helsinki. The evaluation of the winning lottery tickets is done in Germany and Denmark.

What Makes EuroJackpot the Biggest European Lottery?

Whilst it is not quite currently as large as EuroMillions in terms of ticket sales and jackpots. It is the largest European lottery in terms of audience and currently involves more countries creating a larger catchment area. The EuroMillions has 217 million people whilst the Eurojackpot has a catchment area of 300 million people 

With the larger catchment area, we anticipate that it will surpass EuroMillions' average Jackpot Amounts in the coming years. Let's not forget that the EuroMillions has had an 11-year head start since it was first introduced in 2004. 

Eurojackpot Participating Countries: Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Poland.

Spain is the only country that participates in the EuroMillions and Eurojackpot.

Where can I play Eurojackpot? You can not play The Eurojackpot Lotto unless you are a resident of one of the above countries or a registered player.

Can I play on the Eurojackpot in the UK? Yes! You can play Eurojackpot online here at

Is there a Eurojackpot Official website for Eurojackpot UK? There is an official website for the Eurojackpot, but not for Eurojackpot UK. You can not play on the Eurojackpot official website from the UK.

How much does one Eurojackpot ticket cost?

You have two options. Half jackpots for £1 or Full Jackpots for £2 

Half Jackpot Feature.

If you only wish to play for £1, simply select the half jackpot feature to play for half the 'ONE POUND LOTTO' official advertised jackpot.

Full Jackpot Feature - If you wish to play for the full advertised jackpot amount, you can do this by selecting "Full Jackpots" on the slider located on the top right of this page. This will make your ticket price £2.

How to Play​ EuroJackpot

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First, you need to deposit the minimum amount of £5 in your wallet, then you are ready to play!

What’s the catch?

There is no ‘catch’, but for us to be able to offer you the chance to win from the biggest jackpots for just £1, some smaller payouts will be retained, please read One Pound Lotto's prize structure below.

Simply select your draw date.

Select the desired number of lines. 

Select five main numbers between 1 and 50, and two euro numbers (1-10). Each player can select their numbers or use the Quick Pick (QP) numbers which will select a random line of numbers. Bets can be placed up until 15 minutes before the selected draws.

Add to cart.

Proceed to cart and pay from your balance.

Setting up a recurring play

If you wish to continue playing a certain draw every week, simply select the check box "recurring" below the "lucky pick" button. This will make your ticket repeat at every draw with the selected numbers. This can continue for as long as you like and likewise can be canceled at any time without question.

If there are insufficient funds in your player account it will automatically stop.

You can view all recurring tickets and delete them in the "My Account, Lottery Tickets" section. (Located in the drop-down menu for mobile devices).

How do I check my Eurojackpot numbers?

If you are playing on a PC or Laptop then you can simply select check results at the top of any page, then scroll down to the latest Eurojackpot results.

If you are playing on a mobile device, select the drop-down menu located in the top right of your screen, then select check results, then scroll down to the latest Eurojackpot results. 

How to win the EuroJackpot Jackpot.

Any player that matches all five main numbers, as well as two “euro numbers” selected on Friday's draw is entitled to their share in the multi-million EuroJackpot top prize. In addition to the main jackpot prize, there are 5 secondary prizes in every EuroJackpot draw!

Dream big!

On the 15th May 2015, the top jackpot of €90 million was won for the first time by a single ticket holder from the Czech Republic, setting a new record for the biggest ever Eurojackpot prize. Before this, the largest win was a Finnish player who scooped €61.1 million. Since May 2015 the top Jackpot has been won a further two times. 

Other notable wins include a German player who walked away with €27,545,858 after a technicality meant that (even with only five main numbers and one euro number ) due to no winners within 12 consecutive weeks the second-tier winners become eligible. On the 26th October 2012, a Danish man won a life-changing €21,320,215, whilst in Slovenia, an anonymous prize of €28,207,473.90 was recorded on the 16th of May 2014.

Am I buying an official Eurojackpot Ticket?

Yes, you are! All of our tickets are official lottery jackpot tickets.

What are my chances of winning the Eurojackpot?

Jackpot Structure


Average Prize/Winnings


5 + 2 Euro numbers


1 in 95,344,200

5 + 1 Euro number


1 in 5,959,013



1 in 3,405,150

4 + 2 Euro numbers


1 in 423,752

4 + 1 Euro number


1 in 26,485



1 in 15,134

Prizes on the EuroJackpot are paid out from 4 numbers upwards as above.

What do I do if I win?

If your account has been verified simply proceed to your account and withdraw your winnings. If your account has not been verified you will first need to provide proof of your ID and proof of address. Each winner must be able to prove that they are above the legal age to play in the jurisdiction of their residence. Once this has been confirmed you will be able to withdraw your winnings.

How are the prizes paid?

To avoid corruption all smaller winnings will be returned to the account whereas anything over a £4K limit will be retained until we at One Pound Lottery Ltd have made contact with the winning entrants. Winnings will not be paid otherwise.

All winnings across all games will have to be claimed within 60 days.

We do not believe in the practice of “annuity” (the payment of a large prize over a fixed period of roughly 30years) as many other sites do. All of our prizes will be paid in full to the winners nominated account, within 60 days of the winners being verified as a genuine winner by One Pound Lottery Ltd. However some of the official lotteries do practice annuity on their advertised jackpots. Hence we advertise our jackpots based on theirs. Currently, the only lottery that we advertise that does this is the US Powerball and US Megamillions. To find out more about how they work this out please read the US Powerball Annuity information.

Are my winnings tax-free?

You will not be taxed on any winnings for this lottery.

Try another great European lottery with the German National Lottery here:

or if you prefer to play on the biggest jackpots try the US Mega Millions here: