Here are the current Eurojackpot winning numbers from May 17, 2022: Today, Tuesday, there are 92 million euros in the jackpot. You can always find out the current winning numbers of the Eurojackpot lottery here at FOCUS Online.
Since the end of March 2022, the Eurojackpot has not been drawn just once a week, but twice: every Tuesday and Friday.
Winning numbers 5 out of 50: will be determined today
Euro numbers 2 out of 12: will be determined today
(Information without guarantee, source: www.lotto.de, as of May 17, 2022)
Since the drawing on Friday, March 25, 2022, there is now a second drawing per week on Tuesday. The jackpot rolls from one draw to the next throughout the week. This means that the jackpot increases with every draw, unless the first prize category is hit – namely from Friday to Tuesday, from Tuesday to Friday and so on. The maximum jackpot amount now increases from 90 million euros to 120 million euros. At least 10 million euros are guaranteed for each draw.
The player ticks five out of 50 numbers and two out of twelve numbers in each field, making a total of seven numbers. A game currently costs two euros, plus the processing fee. If you get all seven numbers right, you can count on the main prize. However, there are also more smaller prizes in twelve prize categories than in the eight prize categories in the classic lottery on Saturday and Wednesday. The probability of winning is 1:139,838,160.
The Eurojackpot is played in a total of 18 European countries: Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, Italy, Iceland, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the Czech Republic and Hungary.
The Eurojackpot winning numbers are drawn every Tuesday and Friday evening at 9 p.m. in Helsinki, Finland. The acceptance deadline is Tuesdays and Fridays at 6.45 p.m.
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