How to claim

Belgique

Total des gains En ligne
Jusqu’à 500 € Les petits gains sont ajoutés à votre compte de loterie mais seront directement versés sur votre compte bancaire si le solde de votre compte de loterie dépasse 500 €.
Entre 500 € et 25 000 € Les gains sont versés directement sur votre compte bancaire.
Plus de 25 000 € Les gains doivent être récupérés auprès du siège de la Loterie nationale à Bruxelles.
Total des gains Détaillant autorisé
Jusqu’à 1 000 € Les gains peuvent être réclamés auprès de n’importe quel détaillant de produits de loterie officiels. Si le détaillant ne dispose pas des fonds nécessaires dans ses locaux, vous devrez y retourner à une date ultérieure.
Entre 1 001 € et 2 000 € Ces gains peuvent être payés par des détaillants autorisés. Cependant, si l’argent n’est pas disponible, vous devrez vous rendre dans n’importe quel bureau de loterie régional ou le siège de la loterie à Bruxelles.
Entre 2 001 € et 25 000 € Peuvent être réclamés en vous rendant dans n’importe quel bureau de loterie régional ou le siège de la loterie à Bruxelles.
Plus de 25 000 € Vous devez prendre rendez-vous pour rencontrer un représentant au siège de la loterie à Bruxelles. Le numéro à appeler est le 02 238 45 54 ou le 0494 10 99 67.

Les joueurs de l’EuroMillions en Belgique disposent de 20 semaines pour réclamer leurs gains.

How Prizes Are Funded

EuroMillions prizes are funded using revenue from ticket sales. A percentage of the money you spend on entering the game is allocated to the prize fund, with the remainder distributed to good causes, Government Lottery Duty and retailer commission, as well as covering operating costs.

When you play EuroMillions in the UK, the £2.50 you spend per line is broken down into £1.74 for entering the main draw and £0.76 for the UK Millionaire Maker raffle. Fifty percent of the £1.74 spent on the main game is allocated to the prize fund. Thirty percent of the £0.76 spent to enter the Millionaire Maker is used to pay prizes in the supplementary raffle.

EuroMillions History

The first EuroMillions draw took place on Friday 13th February 2004 in Paris. Initially, only France, Spain and the UK participated in EuroMillions; in October 2004, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland joined the game.

In January 2006 a rollover cap was introduced, which meant that the top prize could roll over for a maximum of eleven consecutive draws. If the jackpot was still not won in the twelfth draw, it would then roll down to be shared between players in the next winning prize tier.

In November 2009 the rule was changed and the EuroMillions jackpot cap was introduced. The cap was originally set at €185 million and was first reached in July 2011. At the time, the rules stated that once reached, the cap would increase by €5 million.

In May 2011 the Tuesday draw was introduced, along with a prize for matching just two main numbers. In addition, the Lucky Stars ball pool increased from 9 to 11.

The EuroMillions jackpot cap rule changed again in February 2012, which meant that the cap would no longer increase by €5 million every time it was reached but instead would remain at the set €190 million.

In September 2016, the game’s matrix changed, with the ball pool for the Lucky Stars expanding from 11 to 12. Starting jackpots were increased to €17 million, and a new European Millionaire Maker game was introduced. The cost of a ticket rose to accommodate the changes.

More changes were made in February 2020, with jackpot cap pushed up to €200 million. Rules state that when the cap is reached, it can remain at €190 million for a maximum of five consecutive draws; if there is still no jackpot winner in that fifth draw, the top prize will roll down to be shared between players in the next winning prize tier. The cap will also increase by €10 million after each time it is won in future, up to a maximum of €250 million.

September 2016 – EuroMillions Overhaul

September 2016 saw sweeping changes made to the EuroMillions format, including the introduction of new supplementary games in six countries and a €2 million increase to the minimum jackpot. The price of entry was increased as follows:

Austria €2.00 €2.20
Belgium €2.00 €2.50
Ireland €2.00 €2.50
Luxembourg €2.00 €2.50
Portugal €2.00 €2.50
Spain €2.00 €2.50
Switzerland CHF3.00 CHF3.50
UK £2.00 £2.50

The price change covered the cost of new raffles and supplementary games implemented across Europe. With the new games came the introduction of a Europe-wide raffle event, the European Millionaire Maker. The first European Millionaire Maker raffle took place on Friday 28th October 2016, with 25 winning codes selected.

Another big change was the introduction to the game of a 12th Lucky Star; the odds of winning in each prize tier changed as a result:

Match 5 + 2 Stars 1 in 116,531,800 1 in 139,838,160
Match 5 + 1 Star 1 in 6,473,989 1 in 6,991,908
Match 5 1 in 3,236,995 1 in 3,107,515
Match 4 + 2 Stars 1 in 517,920 1 in 621,503
Match 4 + 1 Star 1 in 28,774 1 in 31,076
Match 3 + 2 Stars 1 in 11,771 1 in 14,126
Match 4 1 in 14,387 1 in 13,812
Match 2 + 2 Stars 1 in 882 1 in 986
Match 3 + 1 Star 1 in 654 1 in 707
Match 3 1 in 327 1 in 314
Match 1 + 2 Stars 1 in 157 1 in 188
Match 2 + 1 Stars 1 in 46 1 in 50
Match 2 1 in 23 1 in 22
The overall odds of winning a prize remained at 1 in 13.

The UK’s popular ‘Mega Friday’ promotional draw — which saw multiple £1 million raffle prizes and luxury non-cash prizes awarded on the last Friday of each month – also saw a major change. The event was expanded to offer prizes in two consecutive draws and was renamed ‘Mega Week’.

All changes came into effect as of Saturday 24th September 2016, with the very first Mega Week beginning on Tuesday 27th September. Ten raffle prizes of £1 million plus a 100-day round-the-world trip were given out, and a special €130 million Superdraw took place on Friday 30th September. Mega Week ran for nine months, with the last Mega Week draws taking place on Tuesday 25th and Friday 28th June 2017.

Changes Summary (General)

  • Minimum jackpot increased from €15 million to €17 million
  • European Millionaire Maker raffle introduced
  • Ticket price increased in all participating countries
  • The number of draws in which the jackpot could stay at its cap before triggering a rolldown increased from two to five
  • Number of Lucky Stars increased from 11 to 12, resulting in a change to the odds of winning individual prizes

Changes Summary (UK)

  • UK Mega Friday transformed into Mega Week, an occasional event that offered multiple Millionaire Maker prizes, and non-cash prizes including luxury holidays
  • Number of UK Millionaire Maker prizes offered per draw increased from one to two. The chances of winning improved from 1 in 4.8 million to 1 in 1.9 million for a Tuesday draw, and from 1 in 7.5 million to 1 in 2.95 million for a Friday draw

Changes Summary (Rest of Europe)

  • ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ supplementary game introduced to Ireland, offering ten €5,000 prizes every draw
  • ‘El Millón’ supplementary raffle introduced to Spain, offering a €1 million prize every Friday
  • ‘My Bonus’ supplementary raffle introduced to Belgium, offering 600 prizes of €500 and one prize worth €1 million every week
  • ‘M1lhão’ supplementary raffle introduced to Portugal, offering a €1 million prize every Friday
  • ‘2. Chance’ supplementary draw introduced to Switzerland, offering players the chance to win up to CHF150,000 using their main EuroMillions numbers
  • ‘Etoile+’ add-on game introduced in France, offering increased prizes and additional prize tiers for matching Lucky Stars

Draw Deadlines

As EuroMillions is a pan-European lottery, the time at which the draw takes place will differ due to the numerous time zones across the continent. Draws are held in Paris at 21:00 (CET), meaning that players in some of the participating countries face an earlier deadline by which to enter.

Here is a list of the different deadlines for buying EuroMillions tickets:

Country Draw Deadline
Ireland, Portugal, UK 19:30 (Tuesday & Friday)
Austria, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland 20:30 (Tuesday & Friday)

Please note, if you are playing through a lottery concierge service the cut off time for entry will usually be a couple of hours before the actual draw deadline.

J’ai acheté mon billet auprès d’un revendeur agréé

Veuillez noter que les lots ne peuvent être réclamés que dans le pays où le billet gagnant a été acheté.

Si vous avez acheté votre billet lors d’un séjour dans un des pays participants, vous devrez retourner dans ce pays pour réclamer votre lot. Il n’est pas possible de traiter votre billet par la poste.

Les petits prix peuvent être réclamés à tout revendeur agréé. Avant de remettre votre billet, consultez la page de répartition du prix ou utiliser le vérificateur de résultats que vous savez combien vous avez gagné. Si vous gagnez un gros lot, vous devez contacter un bureau EuroMillions autorisé à lancer la procédure de règlement des demandes.

Winning Location Map

Select a region of France from the map below to find out when the last My Million code worth €1 million was won there.

You can also find the total number of My Million winners for each region and online:

Total number of My Million prizes won in France: 824

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Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Number of Prizes

84

Amount won

84,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 4th August 2020

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Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

Number of Prizes

24

Amount won

24,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 19th May 2020

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Bretagne

Number of Prizes

26

Amount won

26,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 28th July 2020

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Centre-Val de Loire

Number of Prizes

21

Amount won

21,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 27th September 2019

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Corse

Number of Prizes

3

Amount won

3,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 5th April 2019

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Grand Est

Number of Prizes

62

Amount won

62,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 21st August 2020

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Hauts-de-France

Number of Prizes

64

Amount won

64,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 7th July 2020

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Île-de-France

Number of Prizes

151

Amount won

150,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 14th August 2020

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Normandie

Number of Prizes

29

Amount won

29,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 27th December 2019

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Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Number of Prizes

62

Amount won

62,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 14th July 2020

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Occitanie

Number of Prizes

71

Amount won

71,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 9th June 2020

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Pays de la Loire

Number of Prizes

25

Amount won

25,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 31st July 2020

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Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Number of Prizes

72

Amount won

72,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 7th August 2020

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DOM-TOM

Number of Prizes

41

Amount won

41,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 26th June 2020

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Online

Number of Prizes

88

Amount won

88,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 11th August 2020

View online winners
View DOM-TOM winners

Why Prizes Differ Between Currencies

The Euro is the base currency for EuroMillions as it is used by seven of the nine participating countries. When a jackpot is won in the UK the equivalent figure in pounds is paid out, based on the exchange rate on the day of the draw.

For non-jackpot prizes, the amount you receive in the UK is not worked out purely on the basis of the exchange rate. Instead, a formula is in place to take into account each country’s contribution to the game.

Each country that participates in EuroMillions contributes €1.10 into the Common Prize Fund, which is used to pay out prizes to all winners. Camelot’s contribution to the Common Prize Fund is the 50% of £1.74 from every EuroMillions ticket sold.

If, using the exchange rates on the day of a draw, Camelot’s contribution to the Common Prize Fund works out at less than €1.10, prizes paid out to UK players will be reduced to compensate for the shortfall. If, on the other hand, Camelot’s contribution amounts to more than €1.10, UK winners will receive comparatively bigger prizes than winners in other countries.

To put it simply, if £1.74 is worth less than €2.20, UK winners will receive smaller prizes than those in other countries. If £1.74 is worth more than €2.20, UK players will receive more. These rules ensure that prizes are always in line with how much each participating country contributes to the Common Prize Fund.

EuroMillions Taxes vs Other Lotteries

EuroMillions offers some of the largest jackpots in the world, and the fact that prizes are not taxed in six of the nine countries makes it stand out even more in comparison with some of the other big lotteries.

American games such as Powerball and Mega Millions, for example, have tax obligations at both a state and federal level, so although these games regularly offer the biggest jackpots out of any lottery in the world, the payouts can end up significantly lower than the pre-draw estimate.

New Yorkers suffer heavier taxes than anyone else in the U.S. In August 2018, one player from the state won a Powerball jackpot advertised at $245.6 million, but they ended up walking away with a significantly lower sum. They opted to take a cash lump sum of $147 million, which worked out as a final payout of $99.4 million – around 40% of the advertised jackpot – after taxes had been deducted.

In EuroMillions, you will be given the specified amount with no deductions if you play in a country which does not tax winnings, such as the UK. The UK player who anonymously claimed £121 million in April 2018, for example, received a much larger payout than the $245 million Powerball winner, even though at first glance it would seem they had not won as much.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €17,000,000.00 Rollover!
0
Match 5 and 1 Star €369,790.54 3
Match 5 €51,677.06 5
Match 4 and 2 Stars €4,212.80 30
Match 4 and 1 Star €192.59 700
Match 3 and 2 Stars €99.46 1,892
Match 4 €77.96 1,369
Match 2 and 2 Stars €15.12 32,498
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.61 33,285
Match 3 €14.61 67,286
Match 1 and 2 Stars €7.60 182,855
Match 2 and 1 Star €7.68 542,868
Match 2 €4.77 1,075,437
Totals 1,938,228

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 4th May 2017.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 11

1,938,228

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

25,532,143

Entries were purchased for this draw.

76 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 76 won a prize.

Spain

Prize Total Online
Up to €2,000 Prizes of up to €600 are paid directly into your online account. Larger prizes are paid directly into your bank account.
Over €2,000 You must visit your lottery account and request the transfer of your prize into your bank account. Prizes over €40,000 are taxed at a rate of 20%.
Prize Total Authorised Retailer
Up to €2,000 Prizes can be claimed from any Loterias y Apuestas sales outlet.
Over €2,000 Prizes can be claimed from any Loterias y Apuestas sales outlet. Winnings will be paid via bank transfer. Prizes over €40,000 are taxed at a rate of 20%.

EuroMillions players in Spain have three months to claim any prizes.

J’ai acheté mon billet en ligne

La méthode utilisée pour réclamer les prix pour des billets achetés par l’intermédiaire du service de conciergerie de billets de loterie varie en fonction de la valeur du prix. La majorité des gains est collectée pour vous et l’argent du lot est transféré sur votre compte en ligne dans les 24 heures de votre gain. Les gains peuvent être retirés à tout moment ou utilisés pour financer de futurs achats de billets.

Si vous gagnez un montant important, vous serez directement contacté par un représentant du service de conciergerie qui vous guidera pour la procédure de demande. Vous pouvez réclamer votre lot en personne dans le pays où le billet a été acheté (tous frais payés). Sinon, si vous préférez rester anonyme le service de conciergerie peut réclamer le lot à votre nom et le transférer sur votre compte

Règles générales

Jouer à la loterie EuroMillions

  • Les joueurs doivent choisir cinq numéros principaux entre 1 et 50 ainsi que deux numéros étoile (Lucky Star) entre 1 et 12.
  • La vente de billets se termine le jour du tirage à 20 h 30 CET (19 h 30 GMT).
  • Tous les joueurs doivent être âgés d’au moins 18 ans, à l’exception des joueurs du Royaume-Uni, qui doivent être âgés d’au moins 16 ans.
  • Les joueurs de la loterie d’EuroMillions, participent automatiquement dans les jeux supplémentaires, Royaume-Uni Millionaire Maker et la tombola occasionnelle à l’échelle de l’Europe, European Millionaire Maker.

Réclamations de prix de millions d’euros

  • Les prix ne peuvent être réclamés que dans le pays dans lequel le billet gagnant a été acheté. Pour les joueurs qui ont gagné un prix en ligne par l’intermédiaire d’un service de concierge, les prix de faible valeur seront payés directement par le service, dont le personnel assistera également les joueurs lors du processus de réclamation pour les grands prix.
  • Les participants des syndicats de loterie en ligne recevront leur part des gains directement du service de concierge.
  • Le processus de réclamation des prix de l’EuroMillions fonctionne différemment dans chacun des pays participants. Le tableau suivant vous indique le temps que vous avez pour réclamer un prix et ce qui se passe si vous manquez la date limite.
Pays Période de réclamation Que se passe-t-il en cas de prix non réclamés ?
Autriche 3 ans Les prix sont retournés à la loterie pendant trois ans avant d’être utilisés pour financer l’augmentation des prix.
Belgique 140 jours Les prix sont retournés à la Loterie Nationale Belge.
France 60 jours Les prix sont utilisés pour financer des promotions spéciales, créant un certain nombre de millionnaires au cours d’une semaine.
Irlande 90 jours Retourné à la loterie nationale britannique et utilisé pour promouvoir ses jeux afin de lever des fonds pour de bonnes causes.
Luxembourg 60 jours Les prix sont retournés au fonds de réserve de la loterie.
Portugal 90 jours Les prix sont transférés à la Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa, qui gère des hôpitaux et des fonds d’autres œuvres caritatives.
Espagne 90 jours Les prix sont transférés au Trésor Public de l’État.
Suisse 180 jours Les prix sont retournés à la loterie pour être distribués aux œuvres caritatives.
Royaume-Uni 180 jours Les prix sont transférés à la National Lottery Good Causes Fund (Fondation Nationale de la loterie pour les œuvres caritatives).

Pour plus de détails sur ce qu’il faut faire si vous gagnez un prix, consultez la Page Comment réclamer un prix.

Le plafond de la cagnotte

Si aucun joueur ne gagne la cagnotte lors d’un tirage d’EuroMillions, le premier prix sera remis en jeu et sera ajouté aux fonds du tirage suivant, jusqu’à ce que la cagnotte atteigne une somme maximale de 200 millions € qui sera disponible pendant quatre tirages sans un gagnant avant qu’elle soit affectée au rang de gains inférieur le plus proche. Consultez la section Plafond de la cagnotte pour plus d’informations.

Syndicats gagnants de l’EuroMillions

De nombreuses associations connues ont remporté des prix d’EuroMillions au cours de l’histoire de ce jeu:

  • Le vendredi 1er juillet 2016, un syndicat de chauffeurs de bus de Dublin a gagné le jackpot EuroMillions d’une valeur de 23,8 millions d’euros. Chacun des 22 membres du groupe a reçu un peu plus d’un million d’euros. Les chauffeurs sont arrivés en bus pour récupérer leurs chèques !
  • Une association Facebook coordonnée par Gary Schei de East Linton a remporté le 27 février 2015 un gros lot au tirage de Mega Friday, permettant ainsi à chacun des 79 membres de recevoir au moins 21 213 £. Schei ayant lui-même quatre parts eut droit à 84 852 £.
  • Une association de 12 chauffeurs de bus de Corby, Northamptonshire a remporté vendredi 16 mars 2012 la somme incroyable 38 millions £.
  • Une association de sept employés de bureau dans le Merseyside a remporté vendredi 6 novembre 2009, un énorme 45,5 millions £ avec un des deux billets britanniques qui se sont partagés un jackpot de 91,1 millions £. Chaque employé a reçu 6,5 millions £.

Ireland

Prize Total Online
Up to €99 Prizes are paid directly into your online account.
Between €100 and €500 Prizes are sent by cheque to your registered home address.
Between €501 and €9,999 Prizes are paid by cheque once a claim form has been completed.
Over €10,000 Prizes must be collected in person from National Lottery headquarters in Dublin. A cheque will be presented once the win has been validated.
Prize Total Authorised Retailer
Up to €100 Smaller prizes can be claimed from any authorised lottery retailer. Some retailers can also pay out prizes of up to €2,500 if funds are available.
Between €100 and €15,000 Visit any lottery claim centre around the country to pick up your prize.
Over €15,000 You must visit the lottery headquarters in Dublin to claim your prize. Alternatively, you can claim lower awards by sending your ticket by post* to lottery headquarters.

If you have won the jackpot, the Match 5+1 Star prize or the top EuroMillions Plus award of €500,000, you should ring the lottery straight away on 01- 836 4444.

EuroMillions players in Ireland have 90 days to claim any prizes.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €30,459,054.00 Rollover!
0
Match 5 and 1 Star €0.00
Match 5 €923,685.28 2
Match 4 and 2 Stars €3,848.69 60
Match 4 and 1 Star €239.40 844
Match 4 €123.13 1,641
Match 3 and 2 Stars €53.91 2,677
Match 2 and 2 Stars €16.02 41,450
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.90 39,944
Match 3 €14.03 76,130
Match 1 and 2 Stars €8.63 217,358
Match 2 and 1 Star €8.29 612,954
Match 2 €4.41 1,177,185
Totals 2,170,245

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 18th August 2016.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 11

2,170,245

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

28,865,165

Entries were purchased for this draw.

75 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 75 won a prize.

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