Eurojackpot Results 18 October 2022 Europe

 

Eurojackpot Results

Eurojackpot 

The EuroJackpot lotto has 18 European countries participating – Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden. The fact that so many nations are involved is the one that helps in the creation of amazing jackpots.

Ever since its early days, EuroJackpot has been an enormous success. And while the EuroJackpot chances of winning the top prize aren't the most favorable, there are many additional rewards worth exploring.

It's interesting to point out that in comparison to EuroMillions, EuroJackpot has been designed to deliver more frequent payouts due to better odds.

Through the years, the rules of EuroJackpot changed a few times to accommodate better the specifics of the gameplay and the needs of participants. These changes, however, haven't hurt the popularity of the game. EuroJackpot is still beloved across Europe and many other parts of the world.

The latest rule change occurred in March 2022. With this upgrade, EuroJackpot has started delivering bigger prizes, and the gameplay rules have also been changed. An additional drawing has also been scheduled, giving players more opportunities to potentially win a prize.


The winning numbers of 18 October 2022

The numbers for today's draw of the Eurojackpot Jackpot are just in, so make sure you hold your ticket and cross your fingers before reading this article. You could be the big winner! 

So without further ado, here are the lucky numbers:


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Eurojackpot 14 October 2022

3  5  8  10  44  7  12


JACKPOT 79,000,000€

 

If you are the lucky winner, take the proper procedures and present the ticket to the lottery authorities.

We wish you the best of luck.

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See Also: EuroJackpot results in history and summary for the year 2022. 

 

How to Play EuroJackpot

EuroJackpot is a pretty simple and straightforward draw-style game. To win the top prize, you must choose five main numbers from a pool of50 and two additional (supplementary) numbers from one to 12.

How to choose EuroJackpot numbers is entirely up to you. Some players always go for their lucky set, never changing a single digit. Others prefer the quick pick option. In that case, the lottery software program will generate a combination of numbers at the time of purchase.

Every single EuroJackpot ticket costs two euros. Drawings take place each Friday at 9 p.m. local time in Helsinki. As of March 2022, an additional Tuesday drawing is scheduled every week. It's interesting to point out that the evaluation of all winning EuroJackpot tickets will occur in either Germany or Denmark, no matter where these tickets have been bought.

Anyone is free to try EuroJackpot, as long as they're of legal age. In most European countries, that age is 18.

There are no restrictions regarding the nationality of people who can buy tickets. EuroJackpot is open to anyone, including people who are citizens of a country out of the 18 nations that offer the game right now.


The EuroJackpot Jackpot and Other Prizes

It's not time to discuss the most exciting aspect of playing any lottery – prizes. EuroJackpot does come with a minimum guaranteed jackpot and several additional prize tiers. The jackpot is bound to roll over in the event of no winner. This is how EuroJackpot has produced some outstanding top prizes through the years.

The minimum guaranteed EuroJackpot jackpot is 10 million euros. In the event, the sum will roll over until it reaches a maximum of 120 million euros. This sum has been hit numerous times through the years. It also gives EuroJackpot the second position in the European lottery, producing the most significant rewards. Only EuroMillions is ahead of its pan-European counterpart. 

In 2021 alone, the EuroJackpot top prize has fallen five times already (as of April 25, 2021). The average amount per jackpot winner in 2021 is about 30 million euros.

Through the years, EuroJackpot has distributed prizes that exceed a combined value of 7.92 billion euros. It's fun to acknowledge the fact that right now, Germany is the country that has produced the most significant number of EuroJackpot winners. 

Apart from the top prize, there are several additional rewards.

There are 11 additional prize tiers to claim the second prize; an A player must match the five primary and supplementary numbers. The average amount that the second prize tier entitles players to is slightly over 884,000 euros.

A little reward is available to those who match one main number and the two supplementary numbers. In that case, the prize is going to be approximately 10 euros.

The EuroJackpot chances of winning are somewhat crazy for the jackpot – one in 139 million.


Prize Categories

Numbers

Odds of Winning

Estimated Prize

I

5 and 2 Euro Numbers

1 in 139,838,160

€33,675,360

II

5 and 1 Euro Number

1 in 6,991,908

€494,289

III

5 Numbers

1 in 3,107,515

€98,473

IV

4 and 2 Euro Numbers

1 in 621,503

€4,119

V

4 and 1 Euro Number

1 in 31,075

€235

VI

4 Numbers

1 in 13,811

€103

VII

3 and 2 Euro Numbers

1 in 14,125

€57

VIII

3 and 1 Euro Number

1 in 706

€18

IX

2 and 2 Euro Numbers

1 in 985

€21

X

3 Numbers

1 in 314

€15

XI

1 and 2 Euro Numbers

1 in 188

€10

XII

2 and 1 Euro Number

1 in 49

€8

 

Can You Play EuroJackpot Online?

Are you wondering where to play EuroJackpot? You have many options if you live in one of the participating countries. Both online and offline gameplay options are available – it's really up to you to choose.

EuroJackpot betting is also possible from all parts of the world. The lottery has entered into an official partnership with one of the biggest international operators. As a result, anyone can try EuroJackpot (as long as online lottery ticket purchases are legal in the respective country). 


Some Information for EuroJackpot Winners

Once EuroJackpot numbers are chosen, winners will have a limited time to come forward and claim their prizes.

The process for EuroJackpot prize claiming may vary slightly from one participating country to another. This is why you may want to check with the local operator and discover the additional details applicable to you. The same applies to income taxes and whether these are applied before you can claim.

Generally speaking, amounts of up to 500 euros can be claimed immediately at any retail venue. For those who play online, such sums will be credited directly to their account. A more thorough claim process for more considerable sums could also involve a particular waiting time before the payout is issued.

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So What Happens if You Win?

If you win, you have the choice to receive your winnings as a lump sum or as an annuity payment. However, according to EuroJackpot's official website, if you play it online and win, your prize will be paid as a lump sum. You also won't have to pay taxes.

Speaking of taxes, EuroJackpot winnings are not taxed in 11 countries. Check out the quick breakdown below:

Country

Tax on Winnings

Croatia

10% tax on prizes worth HRK750-HRK10,000

15% tax on rewards worth HRK10,000-HRK30,000

20% tax on rewards worth HRK30,000-HRK500,000

30% tax on rewards worth HRK500,000 or more

Czech Republic

None

Denmark

None

Estonia

None

Finland

None

Germany

None

Hungary

Personal income tax deducted from the first 2 prize tiers

Iceland

None

Italy

6% tax on prizes greater than €500

Latvia

None

Lithuania

None

The Netherlands

29% tax on rewards greater than €449

Norway

None

Slovakia

None

Slovenia

15% tax on rewards greater than €300

Spain

20% tax on rewards greater than €2,500

Sweden

None

Beyond that, players usually have 180 days at most to redeem a winning ticket, but, of course, it may vary from country to country. 


The Biggest Winners of EuroJackpot

Due to EuroJackpot's fantastic odds, many people have won big—and it's a sure bet that many more will win shortly. Here are the biggest winners so far:

Prize

Country

Draw Date

€90,000,000

Denmark, Germany, Netherlands

January 6, 2017

€90,000,000

Germany

October 14, 2016

€90,000,000

Czech Republic

May 15, 2015

€86,970,703

Finland

April 14, 2017

€84,777,436

Germany

July 29, 2016

€76,766,891

Germany

March 25, 2016

€61,170,753

Finland

September 12, 2014

€58,693,174

Germany

December 5, 2014

€57,275,842

Finland

April 4, 2014

€50,270,035

Germany

May 26, 2017

€49,685,852

Germany

January 1, 2016

€49,670,283

Denmark

February 20, 2015

€46,505,019

Finland

July 7, 2017

€46,154,746

Finland

July 24, 2015

€46,079,339

Germany

April 12, 2013

 

EuroJackpot Fun Facts

EuroJackpot has better odds of winning than their more prominent and popular competitor Euromillions.

In May 2015, thousands of people on YouTube were left horrified when a popular video streaming site video showed a man setting a winning EuroJackpot ticket—worth €90 million—ablaze. Fortunately, it was just a prank or, as the trickster put it, a "social experiment."

The Foundation Lottery of the EuroJackpot in Holland has pumped at least €1.2 billion into sports.

EuroJackpot balls are much, much softer—and lighter than ping-pong balls. This is thanks to the synthetic polymers used to create the balls.

 

The Bottom Line at EuroJackpot Lottery

EuroJackpot is one of the big players when it comes to multi-national lotteries recognized across the world. The large jackpots and many additional prize tiers justify the game's reputation and make it worth a try.

Here are the key pros and cons if you need a quick summation of all the essential facts about EuroJackpot.

Pros:

Recognized European lottery that has 18 participating countries

Easy to play, both online and offline options available

Jackpot starts at 10 million euros and can grow

There are 11 additional prize tiers, some of them very exciting

Good overall odds of winning a prize

Europe's second-biggest lottery after EuroMillions

Low ticket cost (only two euros)

Cons:

The odds of winning EuroJackpot aren't most favorable (especially after some rule changes)

There is only one drawing per week

No add-on games or ways to multiply prizes

Prize claim rules and taxation policies can vary from country to country

EuroJackpot is legitimate, fun, and huge. If you enjoy big lotteries with even bigger prizes, you will have a ton of fun exploring this one.

 

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