EuroMillions Number Generator
Similar to the cards on the Games page, using the info provided here, you can quickly access and visualise all the important information about each country’s supplementary game with minimum effort!
As you’d expect, this refers to the games that each country taking part in the EuroMillions game offers its players. If you’re playing online, you might want to check where your EuroMillions ticket was purchased so that you can see whether you’re eligible for any supplementary games and their prizes, too.
You’ll see that some countries only offer one game whereas others offer two. Belgium Joker+ is a standalone game that can be played with or without a main EuroMillions game entry.
Also quite a self-explanatory, though the names of some – like Portugal’s and Spain’s – refer to the prize up for grabs in the game, and others – like France’s Etoile+ (which translates to “Star+”) – refer to game aspects of the main EuroMillions draw.
The supplementary games can follow either a match format or a raffle format. A match format is the same as the main EuroMillions game in that a player is required to match a certain amount of numbers in order to win a prize. Certain games require players to match more numbers than others, and you can see which match game asks what of their players below.
|All numbers||123456||Jackpot*||1 in 1 million|
|Last 5 numbers||_23456||€7,700||1 in 111,111.11|
|Last 4 numbers||__3456||€770||1 in 11,111.11|
|Last 3 numbers||___456||€77||1 in 1,111.11|
|Last 2 numbers||____56||€7||1 in 111.11|
|Last number||_____6||€1.50||1 in 11.11|
*Numbers must be matched in order.
*Minimum jackpot is €100,000.
|6 numbers and star sign||Jackpot*||1 in 12 million|
|6 numbers||€20,000||1 in 1,090,909|
|5 numbers||€2,000||1 in 55,556|
|4 numbers||€200||1 in 5,556|
|3 numbers||€20||1 in 556|
|2 numbers||€5||1 in 56|
|1 number||€2||1 in 6|
|Star sign only||€1.50||1 in 12|
*Minimum jackpot is €200,000.
|Main Numbers||Lucky Stars||Prize (% of Fund)||Odds|
|5||1||0.67%||1 in 6,991,908|
|4||2||0.08%||1 in 621,503|
|4||1||0.17%||1 in 31,075|
|3||2||0.17%||1 in 14,125|
|2||2||0.58%||1 in 986|
|3||1||0.67%||1 in 706|
|1||2||2.33%||1 in 188|
|0||2||15%||1 in 115|
|2||1||6.83%||1 in 49|
|0||1||73.50%||1 in 6|
Ireland EuroMillions Plus
|Last 5 numbers||_23456||€10,000|
|Last 4 numbers||__3456||€1,000|
|Last 3 numbers||___456||€100|
|Last 2 numbers||____56||€10|
*Numbers must be matched in order.
Luxembourg Extra Lux
|5 numbers||€200,000*||1 in 2,118,760|
|4 numbers||€500||1 in 9,416|
|3 numbers||€10||1 in 214|
*Maximum €100,000 per player.
Switzerland Super Star
|All 5||A123B||CHF 250,000||1 in 676,000|
|First 2 and Last 2||A1_3B||CHF 5,000||1 in 75,111|
First 3 and Last or
First and Last 3
|CHF 2,000||1 in 37,556|
First 4 or
|CHF 1,000||1 in 13,520|
First 2 and Last or
First and Last 2
|CHF 275||1 in 4,173|
First 3 or
|CHF 50||1 in 1,502|
|First and Last||A___B||CHF 20||1 in 835|
First 2 or
|CHF 10||1 in 150|
|CHF 4||1 in 15|
*This refers to matching letters and numbers (alphanumeric).
Switzerland 2 Chance
|5 numbers||CHF 150,000||1 in 2,118,760|
|4 numbers||CHF 700*||1 in 9,416.7|
|3 numbers||CHF 25||1 in 214|
*Maximum prize amount is CHF 950.
With the match games explained, it’s time to move on to explaining those that follow a raffle format. Unlike most of the match games, raffle games do not come at an extra cost to the player. Any ticket a player purchases while the relevant raffle promotion is active normally gets added into the raffle draw automatically.
While most of the raffle games available on EuroMillions are playable for most draws, it is worth noting that Spain’s El Millón game takes place on Fridays, so if you have bought a ticket for a Tuesday draw, the El Millón code will be valid for the draw on the following Friday. Similarly, the UK’s Mega Week promotion occurs roughly once a month, and the European Millionaire Maker game occurs intermittently throughout the year.
All: European Millionaire Maker
- Example European Millionaire Maker Jackpot-winning Code - ABCD12345*
*The first letter of a European Millionaire Maker code is country-specific.
Belgium My Bonus
- Example My Bonus-winning code - BABC12345
France: My Million
- Example My Million-winning code - AB0123456
Ireland: Ireland-Only Raffle
- Example Ireland-Only Raffle-winning code - I-ABC-12345
- Example M1LHAO Jackpot-winning Code - ABC12345
Spain: El Millón
- Example El Millón Jackpot-winning Code - ABC12345
UK: Millionaire Maker
- Example Millionaire Maker Jackpot-winning Code - ABCD12345*
*A Mega Week prize-winning ticket will follow the same sequence as above, though in addition to a £1 million prize, any Mega Week winner also has a five-star holiday and other luxuries to look forward to.
This term refers to the days the days on which each supplementary game takes place.
The majority of games take place on Tuesdays and Fridays alongside the main EuroMillions draw, though the Austria Joker game takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays to coincide with the native Austria lottery game.
Similarly, as mentioned earlier, the Belgium Joker+ game takes place every day of the week and so it is the player’s choice whether they wish to play it alongside a EuroMillions draw or not.
If you’re interested in playing the Belgium Joker+, the draws take place at 7pm CET/6pm GMT on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; at 8pm CET/7pm GMT on Tuesdays and Fridays; and at 1pm CET/12pm GMT on Sundays.
As you’ll have seen, certain games cost extra to take part in and some don’t. Some, but not all, match games incur an additional fee, and this is because they operate sort of like a second lottery game.
Players pay for the chance to win a prize on a draw with different odds. With players paying to play these optional games, the operators are able to offer different prize tiers rather than just one main prize like in a raffle game.
If you’re looking for cost efficiency, EuroMillions tickets from either Switzerland or the UK are arguably your best bet, with both featuring two free supplementary games, though Switzerland probably pips the UK to the title as both of its games are constant whereas the UK’s game Mega Week occurs roughly once a month.
Odds of Winning Any Prize
Because the odds of match games depend on the amount of balls (or numbers) in the game’s pool, it is possible to see what the odds of winning any prize on that particular game are. Match games normally operate with estimated fixed odds, meaning that regardless of how many players are taking part in the game, the chances of winning remain the same.
This is one key difference between a match game and a raffle game. As you might have, there are no odds outlined for the raffle games. This is because - unlike the match games’ fixed odds - the odds for raffles fluctuate depending on the number of people taking part.
Certain players may prefer one type of game over the other. Match games offer a kind of security in not having their odds affected by external factors. Conversely, others may prefer the raffle games, taking advantage of a low turnout of players to potentially increase their chances of winning.
Lowest Match Required to Win a Prize
This outlines the minimum amount of digits you’ll need to match to win on that particular game. As you’ll notice the match offers different prize tiers for different numbers matched while the raffle games require an exact match.
If you’re looking at the Belgian games in the table, you will have seen two options in this column. This is because in addition to the six numbers you need to match in the Belgium Joker+ game, you also need to match the star sign option, which acts as a bonus ball.
Matching the star sign has odds of 1 in 12, but a payout of €1.50, and so is technically the lowest tier based on prize money; however, matching one of six numbers has odds of 1 in 6 and has a payout of €2, and so is the lowest tier based on odds of winning.
This refers to each game’s standard jackpot-tier payout. The raffle games, only offering one prize rather than multiple, all propose a £/€1 million prize, and there is always at least one winning code revealed in each draw. The prize amount of a draw does not depend on the draw that preceded it: raffle games offer the same fixed prize for every draw.
Certain match games also offer fixed prizes, but these are tiered and the amount of prize money you receive depends on the amount of numbers you match, as you’d expect in a normal lottery game. The exceptions to this rule are Austria Joker and Belgium Joker+, which both feature rollovers of sorts.
If there are no winners of the jackpot-tier prize for Austria Joker, the amount carries over to the next draw, rather than being restored to a default amount as in other games (the prize amount for this tier is approximately normally above €100,000).
The default jackpot amount of the Belgium Joker+ game is €200,000. This amount is fixed until the 21st of any given month. If by that time there have been no jackpot winners, another €200,000 will be added to the top prize. This happens consecutively each month if there are no winners. As such, it is possible for this game to reach a jackpot prize worth €1 million - if there are no winners of that tier over the space of roughly five months.
The top prize for France’s Etoile+ supplementary game is different in that the amount a winner receives depends on the overall funds that have been generated for the draw. That’s why in the table you’ll see a percentage rather than a figure.
Prize Claim Period
This is usually the same amount of time a specific country offers for any prize claims that pertain to the main EuroMillions draw.
In the case of the European Millionaire Maker supplementary game, prize claim periods tend to mirror the country’s existing prize claim periods for the main EuroMillions game.
Whether you’re looking to claim a main EuroMillions prize or a prize from a supplementary game, we advise you to check with your relevant lottery operator for further clarification.