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Switzerland EuroMillions

In Switzerland and Liechtenstein, there are two official operators managing the EuroMillions draws: La Loterie Romande in the French speaking part of the country and Swisslos in the German speaking side. The draw is broadcast in French on RTS Deux.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in Switzerland

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€162,403,002

7, 17, 29, 37, 45
Lucky Stars 3 & 11

October 2, 2017

€135,346,147

8, 15, 30, 38, 46
Lucky Stars 4 & 7

December 19, 2017

€93,948,087

1, 6, 26, 30, 37
Lucky Stars 5 & 8

August 23, 2013

€76,119,641

1, 29, 33, 45, 47
Lucky Stars 4 & 8

April 6, 2018

€67,939,184

1, 4, 18, 23, 30
Lucky Stars 3 & 7

November 11, 2011

€64,040,749

7, 11, 25, 31, 50
Lucky Stars 1 & 3

April 8, 2005

€60,298,933

12, 15, 28, 30, 44
Lucky Stars 8 & 9

February 19, 2013

€34,204,133

7, 9, 18, 35, 43

Lucky Stars 5 & 7

July 7, 2006

UK EuroMillions & Millionaire Maker

The United Kingdom is another one of the EuroMillions pillars, and also the country hosting the best known EuroMillions jackpot winners. Names like the Bayfords, Neil Trotter, Jane Park, and Matt Myles often make the newspapers’ headlines.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in the UK

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€190,000,000
(£148,656,000)

11, 17, 21, 48, 50

Lucky Stars 9 & 10

August 8, 2010

€185,000,000
(£161,653,000)

17, 19, 38, 42, 45

Lucky Stars 9 & 10

July 12, 2011

€138,921,740
(£123,458,008)

25, 27, 39, 42, 46

Lucky Stars 11 & 12

June 11, 2019

€138,000,000
(£ 121,272,000)

20, 23, 28, 30, 44

Lucky Stars 3 & 7

April 24, 2018

€129,818,431
(£113,019,926)

9, 30, 35, 39, 46

Lucky Stars 6 & 8

October 10, 2010

€129,384,564
(£107,932,603.20)

6, 24, 25, 27, 30

Lucky Stars 5 & 9

March 14, 2014

€117,705,979
(£101,203,600)

18, 26, 34, 38, 42

Lucky Stars 5 & 8

October 10, 2011

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from the UK

  • UK is on the same first position when it comes to how many EuroMillions jackpots the Brits scooped (104 in February 2020), but it is home to some of the biggest winners, including the famous ones such as Adrian and Gillian Bayford who took home a record amount of €190 Million in August 2012, or Colin and Chris Weir, whose cashed in €185 Million in 2011.

  • The first British big win in EuroMillions happened in 2007, when a jackpot of £35 Million went to Angela Kelly, a 40-year-old former Royal Mail postal administrator.

  • The UK is home to two of EuroMillions jackpot records — the €190,000,000 prizes won in October 2019 and August 2012.

  • The UK is also home to one of the biggest EuroMillions lottery winning syndicate of all time – the Magnificent Seven, a group of seven Hewlett-Packard employees from Liverpool, who took home £45 Million back in 2010.

Millionaire Maker Raffle

The UK was the first EuroMillions participating country to add a raffle to the draws of the most popular lottery in Europe. The Millionaire Maker Raffle was launched in 2009, the first code being drawn on November 13 that year.

Two years later, the UK National Lottery decided to mark the holiday season with a special event called the Millionaire Month. A total of 50 millionaires were minted between November 25 and December 23, 2011, each one scooping an awesome £1 Million prize. In 2012, the same raffle had a special way of celebrating the Olympic Games in London, making 100 millionaires in one single night. This marked a new world record for the most millionaires made in one night.

On May 31, 2013, the £1 Million Every Month for a Year event took place. Instead of the prize being worth £1 Million, this draw offers one lucky player a prize of £12 Million, paid in twelve £1 Million monthly installments. In July the same year, another 100 Millionaires draw was held.

The year 2014 marked a name change, the raffle switching its name from Millionaire Raffle to Millionaire Maker, the possibility to add non-cash prizes being added. This is how the Mega Friday, currently known as the Mega Week was born.

The Mega Week Raffle

A special addition to the UK raffles, Mega Week is a special draw held in the last week of each month, on both Tuesday’s and Friday’s draws. The Mega Week adds various luxury non-cash prizes, which usually consist of exotic holidays, to the £1 Million prize delivered within the Millionaire Maker raffle on every draw. Whether it is a ski vacation in the French Alps, a beach holiday on a Caribbean island or a stylish city break, Mega Week is certainly spicing up the world of the EuroMillions raffles.

EuroMillions HotPicks

HotPicks is a supplementary game in the UK EuroMillions that takes place on both Tuesday and Friday draws. EuroMillions players can enter HotPicks to win prizes up to £1 Million. There are 5 play formats in HotPicks and each of them costs £1.50/line: Pick 1, Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4, and Pick 5. Players can choose 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 numbers from 1 to 50 to enter the draw.

The 5 numbers in HotPicks are the main numbers in the EuroMillions, but the HotPicks prizes are separate from those in the EuroMillions. Players who choose Pick 1 must match 1 number from the 5 drawn EuroMillions numbers to win the HotPicks prize. Please note that players who enter Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4, or Pick 5 must guess both, and respectively all 3, 4, or 5 numbers to win the HotPicks prizes. If you play Pick 3 in HotPicks, but only guess 2 numbers, you will not win any prize. In the table below, you can see the prize divisions in the EuroMillions HotPicks:

Game Match Odds of Winning Prize

Pick 1

1 number

1 in 10

£10

Pick 2

2 numbers

1 in 123

£100

Pick 3

3 numbers

1 in 1,960

£1,500

Pick 4

4 numbers

1 in 46,060

£30,000

Pick 5

5 numbers

1 in 2,118,760

£1,000,000

Spain EuroMillions & El Millón Raffle

Spain’s official lottery operator — Loteria de Apuestas is in charge of the EuroMillions draws for Spain and Andorra. Spain was one of the founding EuroMillions countries. The game is known locally under the name of EuroMillones.

Top EuroMillions Jackpots Won in Spain

Jackpot Amount Winning Numbers Date

€190,000,000

1, 9, 15, 19, 25

Lucky Stars 1 & 7

October 6, 2017

€137,313,501

16, 18, 22, 28, 46

Lucky Stars 9 & 11

June 13, 2014

€130,000,00

9, 15, 17, 25, 40

Lucky Stars 3 & 9

February 7, 2020

€126,231,764

4, 23, 24, 29, 31

Lucky Stars 8 & 9

May 8, 2009

€121,019,633

9, 11, 17, 36, 47

Lucky Stars 1 & 2

May 13, 2011

€107,683,454

13, 14, 17, 26, 28

Lucky Stars 2 & 7

July 19, 2019

Fun Facts about EuroMillions Winners from Spain

  • Spain is one of the top 3 luckiest EuroMillions countries in point of jackpot winners, with a number of 102 jackpots scooped as of February 2020. However,not too many stories about Spanish winners have surfaced since Spain allows its luckiest to remain anonymous. Spain is also home to one of the record jackpot winners. A lucky ticket holder from Gran Canaria pocketed €190 Million in October 2017, when a SuperDraw followed by a rollover streak made the EuroMillions jackpot reach its cap.

  • Francisco Delgado Rodriguez’s story is probably the best known one. He scooped €121 Million in May 2011, and decided to make his identity public. The consequences didn’t wait to appear, and it all went down to the bankruptcy of his family business and having to leave town. However, the door of his baker became a pilgrimage place. People would come touch it in the hope this will bring them luck.

El Millón Raffle

Since September 2016, the Spanish Lottery also holds a raffle – El Millón, which distributes €1 Million prizes every Friday. The EuroMillions tickets purchased in Spain  for the draws of Tuesday and Friday get an automatic alpha-numeric code. The ticket matching the respective Friday’s winning code get the €1 Million prize. The draw can be watched live on TVE2.

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