Eurojackpot Prizes

Eurojackpot has created some of the biggest lottery winners in Sweden and in Europe. The jackpot starts at €10 million (over 101 million kr) and is fast-growing. The jackpot has been known to reach €90 million (over 914 million kr).

There are 12 ways to win a Eurojackpot prize. The prize levels start from matching just three of the winning numbers to matching all seven. The table below shows each prize level and the odds of winning. As the prize amounts vary from each draw, the percentage of the prize fund allocated to each prize level is also shown below:

Prize Level Odds of Winning Percentage of Prize Fund
5 Main Numbers + 2 Star Numbers 1 in 139,838,160 36%
5 Main Numbers + 1 Star Number 1 in 6,991,908 8.6%
5 Main Numbers 1 in 3,107,515 4.85%
4 Main Numbers + 2 Star Numbers 1 in 621,503 0.8%
4 Main Numbers + 1 Star Number 1 in 31,075 1%
3 Main Numbers + 2 Star Numbers 1 in 14,125 1.1%
4 Main Numbers 1 in 13,811 0.8%
2 Main Numbers + 2 Star Numbers 1 in 985 2.55%
3 Main Numbers + 1 Star Number 1 in 706 2.85%
3 Main Numbers 1 in 314 5.4%
1 Main Numbers + 2 Star Numbers 1 in 188 6.75%
2 Main Numbers + 1 Star Number 1 in 49 20.3%
Booster Fund - 9%
The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 32

Jackpot Cap

The jackpot rolls over to the next draw if nobody manages to match all seven winning numbers. If the jackpot reaches €120 million, it is then capped and will stay at €120 million until it is won. When this happens, any money that would usually be added to the jackpot fund are added to the next prize level. This can create a very large prize for matching five main numbers plus one Star number.

The top prize has reached the cap several times since the game began in 2012. Check the Statistics page to find out which countries have won the most jackpots.

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Number of Swedish winners:
21,322,076
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Total amount of prizes won in Sweden:
6,150,080,294
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Biggest win in Sweden:
561,942,260