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A review of Euromillions
The EuroMillions is often in the news after any draw, because of the sheer size of the jackpots awarded. The Lucky Stars numbers will be vital if you are looking to land the top prize. The average prize of 5 numbers and two lucky stars in an incredible £38.5m!
Now that we know a little about Euromillions, Mad About Lottery made sure to do a full review.
Euromillions Key Details
EuroMillions Ticket Plus...20 Free Scratchcards & 10 FREE Syndicate Lines!
|Contact via Email||On-Page Contact Form|
|When was Euromillions started?||2004|
|Mobile Play||Mobile Friendly|
Euromillions in more depth
How to Play
There is nothing complicated about the EuroMillions, the one rule of the draw is that you must be over the age of 16. The draws take place on Tuesdays and Fridays, meaning two chances to become a millionaire each week.
The EuroMillions works in an almost identical way to the UK National Lottery, with a couple of bonuses that make it that bit more enjoyable and lucrative to take part in. Tickets for each drawing must be bought before 7.30 on the day of the draw and players can watch and see if they are about to be the world’s next millionaire live on British TV at 8 pm.
The rules of the EuroMillions are pretty self-explanatory, you will have to select five numbers from 1-50, or choose a lucky dip. After picking your five numbers, you will then have to pick 2 Lucky Stars (from 1-11). Seven correct numbers will land you the prize fund beyond your wildest dreams.
The contact details at Euromillions
See customer support options here, including live chat availability, email address, and phone number.
- Phone Number: 03332344433
- Email Address: On-Page Contact Form