EuroJackpot Number Generator
Can I play EuroJackpot in the UK?
Although the UK is not one of the participating countries in the EuroJackpot draw, you can buy tickets online via lottery courier services, where a representative will buy a physical ticket on your behalf and keep it safe so you can claim any prizes.
When can I check results?
Confirmation of the draw results appears online soon after the draw is made at 9pm EET on Friday. Confirmation of the exact payouts for each prize level should also appear at the same time.
Do I pay tax on my winnings?
Local laws on prize winnings will apply, but in general EuroJackpot payouts are tax free. This means that if you are playing online and the country in which your EuroJackpot ticket is bought requires a tax payment, you will be required to pay it in addition to any taxes also established in your country of residence. With this said, very few participating countries tax lottery prizes.
When do ticket sales close?
Whereas many lotteries sell tickets up until a few minutes before the draw, EuroJackpot sales close about an hour before the draw is made. Again, if playing online, it's important to leave plenty of time for a lottery courier representative to go in person to a participating retailer in order to buy a physical ticket on your behalf.
How old do I need to be to play?
To play online, you'll need to be 18 or over. Most countries require players to be 18 or over to buy tickets in store too, with the exception being Estonia, who require players to be 16 or over.
What was the biggest jackpot ever won?
The EuroJackpot has been won at its rollover cap of €90 million twice. Once in May 2015 by a Czech ticket holder, then again in October 2016 by a German ticket holder.
For the answers to general lottery questions, go to Lotto Broker’s FAQs page.