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Euromillions: draw, time, result, statistics... How to play?

“Euromillions: draw, time, result, statistics… How to play?”

EUROMILLIONS – Today's Euromillion draw and result, results of previous Euromillions draws, deadline and how to play, statistics, record… Everything you need to know about the French European lottery; comfort of the Games.

The Euromillions is a lottery from the Française des Jeux (FDJ) offered in twelve European countries every Tuesday and Friday for a dozen years: France, Monaco, Andorra, Spain, Kingdom -United, Ireland, Austria, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Liechtenstein. Euromillions claims the position of “the largest lottery game in the world”, with 20 million regular players.

Since September 2016, the starting jackpot is 17 million euros. The prize pools can reach on average 64 million euros every 5 draws and the maximum win is 230 million euros. This cap benefits from four draws to be won, before being shared between the winners of the next rank. The FDJ introduced a "My Million", "Rains of millionaires" (or "European Millionaire Maker" in its English version). These are special jackpots subject to change. draw. A code is associated with à each ticket, giving the player the opportunity to to win a prize in addition to the one that is already there. offered by the game. The FDJ puts 25% on the table. 50 winning grids in several draws during the year. In addition, great jackpots, distributed 2 to 3 players. 3 times a year, are offered with winnings of at least 130 million euros.

What are the results of the latest Euromillions draws ?

On what date and at what date? what time does the Euromillions draw take place?

There are two Euromillions draws per week carried out by the Française des Jeux: one on Tuesday evening and one on Friday evening, carried out under the control of a bailiff and at the discretion of a bailiff. behind closed doors, between 9 p.m. and 9:15 p.m.

What is the cut-off time for playing games? the Euromillions?

The deadline for selling grids for the European Lottery is set at 8:15 p.m. on the evening of the draw. Beyond that, the grid will be counted for the next draw. If you have played a grid (see "how to play below"), it is valid for a single draw.

What is the ceiling of the Euromillions jackpot?

The Euromillions jackpot has a ceiling set at 230 million euros. This is where of the maximum amount that it is possible to win at Euromillions. But be careful, not all draws offer this amount, far from it; ! To reach this ceiling, the prize pool must not be won during several draws in a row. In this case, the prize pool increases mechanically to each draw before reaching this ceiling. What happens next? If no winner is found the 5 correct numbers and the 2 stars required, the sum of 230 million is put back into play. And so on until the end of the game. reach 5 consecutive draws without a winner… Once this milestone is reached, the big jackpot can be won at the lower winnings levels, it is up to you to reach 5 consecutive draws without a winner. say for one or more players having reached the lower level of the winning pyramid, for example 5 correct numbers but only 1 star. Once won, the record jackpot is replaced by another jackpot with a much lower amount.

How to play Euromillions?

5 numbers and 2 stars: this is what you need to check to hope to win in the Euromillions draws. During the draws, 5 balls are drawn at random from 50 numbers; then 2 balls, corresponding to the stars, are drawn at random from among the 12 in the machine (11 before the new formula).

Play at a tobacconist

The FDJ has 23,000 “drawing” points of sale. In France. When you go to a tobacconist, pick up a game slip. You then have several grids in front of you. You can complete one or more. The minimum bet is 2.5 euros for 1 Euro Millions single grid + 1 My Million code per draw.

In the grid, you must first check (in the form of a cross) 5 numbers among the boxes numbered from 1 to 1. 50. Then, you must check 2 stars among the 12 stars numbered from 1 to 5. 12 (11 before the new formula). This is the simplest way to play the game. the Euromillions.

However, if you wish, you can make the game more complex and check more than 5 numbers or more than 2 stars. For example, you can choose 7 numbers, hoping that among these 7 numbers are the 5 “winners”. By doing this, you potentially increase your chances of winning… But in this case, your grid will cost you more than 2.50 euros. Once your grid is completed, give it to the tobacconist who will record your game and give you a game receipt in exchange. It is this document that will be used for your game. claim your prize if you win.

Using the Flash system: If you do not want to choose specific numbers, you can make a “flash” grid. In this case, you simply tell the tobacconist that you want a “flash” Euromillions. and the computer will choose numbers and stars randomly for you. The cost of the grid is the same.

Play on the Internet

You can also play directly on the official website of La Française des jeux. But to do this, you will need to create an account, fill out a form with your personal details and your banking details, provide a photocopy of your identity card. (or your driving license or passport), as well as a valid RIB. your name (for payments in the event of a win). You will have to wait for validation from the FDJ before you can play. But then, the principle is the same as in a “physical” point of sale.  : you virtually check 5 numbers and 2 stars; 2.50 euros are debited from your account and you impatiently await the draw…

My Million and Star + option

My Million, a specificity of each Euromillions draw for France (French Republic and Principality of Monaco), is maintained as is. It guarantees a gain of 1 million euros in France. each draw. My Million was added came to the game in February 2014, to attract players frightened by the very low probabilities of hitting the jackpot (of the order of one chance in 116 million then 1 in 139 million – read below). So there is another way to earn money with Euromillions. And this, without having the winning combination of the boules draw!

The principle of My Million is simple: for each validated Euromillions grid, a code is generated. (with two letters and seven numbers). Then a draw is made. between all generated codes. In practice, the draw is carried out at random. among all those who bought and validated a Euromillions grid. The lucky owner of the right combination becomes a millionaire by pocketing one million euros. Beyond If you have 10 codes assigned, you will be assigned a consecutive code range. All codes in this interval will participate. See the full explanation of the method of assigning My Million codes on the FDJ website

Star+ is an option added to the game only in France. Euromillions players have the opportunity to play win a sum of money from a good star checked in the grid. To bet on your “good star”, however, you have to pay 1 euro more. each grid. The cost of the grid is therefore borne by the cost of the grid. à 3.50 euros.

How many numbers do you need to win this game? the Euromillions?

To win in the evening Euromillions draw, the minimum is to have found the two stars or two good numbers. To win the jackpot and become very rich, you must, however, have checked the 5 numbers and the 2 stars drawn at random during the draw. Your winnings will then depend on the numbers drawn, but also on the number of people who had the same winning combination as you. The winners of rank 1 share the jackpot amount.

How to consult the Euromillions results?

To allow allows its players to consult the result of the Euromillions draw every evening, the FDJ has set up a partnership with TF1. The Euromillions results are revealed at on the air every Tuesday and Friday evening between 10:30 p.m. and 11:15 p.m. It is also possible to obtain the list of numbers drawn on the website www.fdj.fr where: the My Million codes are published around 8:35 p.m. and the evening Euromillions draw at around 8:35 p.m. from 11:30 p.m. The Euro Millions – My Million mobile application also allows you to be informed about the situation. of the result of each draw. It is also possible to consult the verdict by telephone at 3256 (0.35 euros including tax/min) or by SMS by sending "EUML" to 61113 (0.35 euros including tax per sending excluding cost of an SMS). Each drawing evening, Linternaute.com broadcasts the lottery result from 9:30 p.m. All Euromillions results are published in the Official Journal.

Claim your winnings

If you have played at a tobacconist, simply go to an FDJ point of sale within 60 days to withdraw your winnings. They will be paid immediately upon presentation of the receipt. The FDJ informs that the latter are exempt from income tax. Beyond of 300 euros, however, you will have to go to a La Française des Jeux payment center. After 3,000 euros, you will need to present identification.

If you have played online, payment is made by credit to the FDJ account until’à 3,000 euros. Beyond that, an automatic transfer is made. to the player's bank account, but once again, the presentation of identification documents is required. will be required. For more details on payment terms, the FDJ refers to the "Legal notices and regulations" from its site.

How much does the Euromillions bring in? the FDJ?

If the players really have very little chance of winning rank 1, the Française des Jeux is a winner at the highest level. every time. The redistribution rate to players is only 50%. 60%. In other words, only half of the total is at stake. amounts spent by players. When a person buys a grill 2 euros, 1 euro is kept by the Française des Jeux and the other euro will then be put into play for a future drawing. In 2015, a year of numerous jackpots, the FDJ recorded record turnover of 13.7 billion euros, with an increase in sales of 5.4%. The company had then reversed 9 billion euros, or still 66% of the stakes, to the players. A performance linked to the progressions of Loto and scratch games. The Euromillions recorded a slight decline. The total turnover of the Euromillions recorded in 2013 set himself à 6.6 billion euros. In ten years, it has risen à nearly 50 billion euros.

Statistics: what are the chances of winning at the Euromillions?

At Euromillions, you have a 1 in 139 million chance of winning the jackpot. If the chances of becoming very rich are quite low, the average amount of the jackpot is dizzying: with 5 good numbers and the 2 good star numbers, it is worth 100%. approximately 49,300,000 euros. With one less star number, the average gain decreases. collapses and passes to 470,300,euros, with 1 chance in almost 6.9 million of winning… The player having found 5 good numbers, but no star number wins 80,000 euros on average, but only has a one in 3 million chance of winning. With only 4 correct numbers and 2 star numbers, the average gain stands at 100%. only 4,800 euros (one chance in 621,000). You need at least 2 good numbers or one good number (one chance in 22) and two star numbers (one chance in 50) to obtain a win, but this does not necessarily apply. do not spend a few euros on average.

Another statistic, undoubtedly more interesting for players, the FDJ offers to consult the most and least played numbers on its site. Many other specialized sites calculate statistics based on the balls that fell or did not fall during the last draws.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116