EuroMillions versus EuroJackpot

EuroMillions versus EuroJackpot

The nearest Lotto to EuroJackpot is EuroMillions, Europe?s most mainstream lotto and the market pioneer as far as lottery ticket deals. Numerous lotto players will be substantially more acquainted with the more settled EuroMillions.

So how does EuroJackpot stack up when the two are thought about next to each other? We should observe:

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How is EuroJackpot lotto like EuroMillions?

Both lottos take after a comparable organization, with players endeavoring to coordinate the numbers on 5 consistent balls out of 50 and 2 extraordinary balls to win a prize. The lotteries separate however in that EuroJackpot Euro Balls are just numbered from 1 to 10 while EuroMillions star balls are spread out in the vicinity of 1 and 12.

EuroJackpot costs £2.00 per ticket, while EuroMillions is £2.50. Be that as it may, through online lottery wagering webpage Lottoland, players can enter EuroMillions for just £2.00!

The EuroJackpot and EuroMillions draw both happen on Friday evening, in spite of the fact that a hour separated.

Spain is the main nation which participates in both EuroMillions and EuroJackpot lotteries.

How is the EuroJackpot Lottery diverse to EuroMillions?

The most extreme EuroMillions bonanza is worth €190 million (about £161 million and $250 million) while the EuroJackpot top level prize is €90 million (or just shy of £77 million and $120 million). The ensured least bonanza for EuroMillions is €15 million (about £12 million and $20 million) while it is €10 million (about £8.5 million and $13 million) for EuroJackpot.

Your odds of hitting the EuroJackpot big stake are 1 of every 95,344,200 while your odds of winning EuroMillions is somewhat higher, at 1 of every 139,838,160.

There are 13 levels of prizes for EuroMillions and 12 levels for Euro Jackpot. However as with the big stake your odds of winning EuroJackpot mid and low level prizes are altogether higher than winning them through EuroMillions.