Eurojackpot FAQs

How do I play Eurojackpot?

To play Eurojackpot, choose five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Star numbers from 1 to 12. You can play Eurojackpot online or from an authorised lottery agent. For more information, visit the How to Play page.

How can I win a prize?

You win a Eurojackpot prize by matching the winning numbers. There are 12 prize levels in Eurojackpot, which start at matching two main numbers and one Star number, to matching the five main numbers and both Star numbers, winning you the jackpot.

What time is the Eurojackpot draw?

The Eurojackpot draw takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday nights. The draw takes place at 8pm in Helsinki, Finland. The winning numbers are available shortly after the draw takes place on the Results page, along with detailed draw information.

What time do Eurojackpot ticket sales close?

In Sweden, you can purchase Eurojackpot tickets until 19:00pm CET. If you play Eurojackpot online you can purchase tickets until 18:30pm CET.

Is there is an age limit for playing Eurojackpot?

Players must be 18 years of age to play Eurojackpot in Sweden.

How much does it cost to play?

It costs 25 kr per entry to play Eurojackpot.

What is the largest Eurojackpot prize won in Sweden?

The largest jackpot won in Sweden was in March 2019. A player from Örebro won €53,423,674.30 (561 942 260 kr). The largest Eurojackpot prize ever won is €120 million (1,252,788,000 kr).

What are the odds of winning Eurojackpot?

There are 12 prize levels available in Eurojackpot. The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 32 and the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 139,838,160. You can view a full list of the chances of winning a prize at each level on the Eurojackpot Prizes page.

Are Eurojackpot winnings taxable?

Some of the participating countries tax Eurojackpot prizes. If you play Eurojackpot from Sweden you will not pay any taxes.

Is there a jackpot cap?

Once the jackpot reaches €120 million, it is capped at the amount and any money that would have been added to the jackpot fund is added to the Match 5 and 1 Star number prize level. The jackpot can roll over as many times as it takes until it hits the €120 million cap.

I have received a message saying I have won a Eurojackpot prize. Is this real?

If you have received a message about winning a Eurojackpot prize, you may be the target of a scam. The only way to win a prize is by purchasing a ticket and matching the winning numbers. Visit the Scams page to find out more information on how to identify potential lottery scams.