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U.K. - EuroMillions UK
U.K. - EuroMillions UK

Every Tuesday and Friday in the UK at 20:00

Europe - EuroJackpot
Europe - EuroJackpot

Every Friday evening at 19:00

U.S.A. - Powerball
U.S.A. - Powerball

Every Wednesday and Saturday in the USA at 23:00 EST

U.S.A. - Mega Millions
U.S.A. - Mega Millions

every Tuesday and Friday, at 23:00

U.K. - National Lottery
U.K. - National Lottery

Every Wednesday at 22:30 and Saturday 20:30

Europe - EuroMillions
Europe - EuroMillions

Every Tuesday and Friday evening, between 22:30 and 23:15

Powerball is America’s most popular multi-state lottery game. Every week millions of eager players line up to purchase tickets in hopes of winning the enormous jackpot. The unclaimed winnings roll over to the next game and it’s quite common to have the Powerball jackpot at well over a hundred million dollars! Over 40 US jurisdictions participate in the Powerball which makes it truly a nationwide gaming experience.

The US Mega Millions is a United States based lottery that is not tied in to any one particular state. Mega Millions can be played in any state in the country, as well as being open to international participants. The Mega Millions lottery offers players the chance to win up to 87 million dollars, along with smaller prizes.

Euro Millions takes lottery games to a whole new level by pooling the players of several European countries into one gigantic lotto game that goes beyond anything any single national lottery might hope to create. Euro Millions drawings take place twice every week, on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Whereas all national lotteries are limited by the number of residents in each particular country, Euro Millions goes above and beyond international borders to create the largest lottery on the planet with jackpots as high as 185 million Euros for a single winner!

Few lotteries draw crowds and praise like the National Lottery in the United Kingdom. Its popularity wildly expanded in record time because the enormous jackpot was offered as a tax-free, lump sum payment. Play the UK National Lotto twice per week for your best chances of winning!

SuperEnalotto is the most popular lottery game in Italy and it asks players to choose 6 numbers from 90. The Italian lottery offers huge jackpots every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with numbers drawn at 8pm in Italy and the results immediately available for the public. Finally participation in Super Enalotto is open to players all over the world, and the jackpots are growing even faster now that international players have started to buy SuperEnalotto winning tickets online.

The Spanish Lottery runs one of the oldest lotto organizations in the world. Spanish Lotto 6/49 or Loteria Primitiva is an exciting, high-payout game they offer. It is the second biggest lotto game in Spain just slightly behind the annual El Gordo which is drawn in December. Tickets for the Spanish Lotto 6/49 are only a Euro each so get some today. Play twice per week for your best chance to win it big in La Primitiva!

UK Euromillions allows you to get in on all the EU lottery game action as you compete for two gigantic EuroMillions jackpots every week, drawn on Tuesdays and Fridays. The EuroMillions drawing takes place in Paris but with UK Euromillions you can participate via The National Lottery by choosing five numbers and two Lucky Stars. Match a minimum of just two main numbers to win a prize or match them all to win prizes that rise into the hundreds of millions of Euro range!

EuroJackpot is a lottery game that spans several European countries with a once per week drawing on Friday nights. The game rules and participating countries are very similar to the wildly successful EuroMillions as one of the new breed of jackpot lottery games that benefits from a huge pool of players from many countries, and that's why the top prizes are so much larger than single country lotteries can get. The EuroJackpot lottery has a rollover that enables the jackpot to increase in value and get as high as €90 million. So if big money is your goal, this is a game worth playing!

Recent News

The winning numbers were 1, 14, 15, 23, 27 and 44. and the bonus number was 12.
Winning ticket was sold in Dublin provably in the north.
The biggest Lotto jackpot win in Dublin was in October 2010, when a ticket sold in Donnybrook Fair, Dublin won over €16.3m.

Dublin's biggest jackpot prize of over €16.3m won back in 2010 and sold in Donnybrook Fair.
Recent Irish National Lottery winners from south Dublin picked up their €3.9m prize money after winning the lottery draw 10/23.

In a surprising turn of events, a couple that won the Euromillions lottery last year look to be on the brink of divorce. The couple were set into the limelight when they won 148 million euros at the UK Euromillions lottery in 2012. They are from Suffolk, and are said to be on the brink of finalizing their divorce. In fact, winning the lottery probably added to the already complicated divorce, with a lot more money and many more assets to divide between the two.

If you think you have the luck of the Irish, now is the time to test it out – because the Irish Lotto 6 is heading for an incredible rollover draw. This past week nobody managed to match all six balls, giving you the chance to win €4.5 million. The great thing is you can play Irish lottery online, so you don’t even need to leave the house to buy a ticket.

Lottery experts are predicting a peak in interest in the Irish lottery after it headed for a stunning rollover. It is rare for no player to claim the main prize in the Irish lotto, and