Eurojackpot Reaches Record Amount and Keeps Rolling

April 28, 2015 by  
Filed under Lottery News

Friday’s Eurojackpot draw featured the game’s highest-ever jackpot of €62 million, which then rolled over after no one managed to match all five main numbers and two Euro numbers. Players will now be eyeing up a potential €75 million windfall when Eurojackpot returns on Friday night.


Eurojackpot is a pan-European lottery, drawn on Friday nights in Helsinki, Finland and played in its host country as well as Germany, Spain, Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary and Czech Republic. The previous highest-ever Eurojackpot top prize was won on Friday 12th September 2014, when a Finnish player scooped €61.1 million.


Although there was no jackpot winner last Friday, there were still plenty of big money prizes distributed across the 16 participating European countries. The largest amount won on the night was €291,422, banked by the seven players who matched all five main balls and one of the Euro numbers. Other amounts ranged from €7.60 for matching two main balls and one Euro number to €59,998 in the Match 5 prize tier. Find a full prize breakdown at the Results section of


If you would like to throw your hat into the ring for a chance to claim a whopping €75 million this Friday night, then you don’t even have to live in a country which plays the game. You can choose your five main numbers from 50 and two Euro numbers from 10 through an online lottery concierge service who will buy the ticket for you, send you a scan and guide you through the claims process if you win. Visit the Play Eurojackpot page of to find out how to play Eurojackpot from overseas.