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History of The Game

My Million was first introduced on Tuesday 4th February 2014 to offer French players an extra chance of winning a prize when they played EuroMillions. The introduction of the game saw the price of a French EuroMillions ticket rise from €2 to €2.50.

To date there have been My Million numbers issued.

In September 2016, French players received another chance to win a guaranteed €1 million in special EuroMillions draws as the European Millionaire Maker game was introduced as part of changes to EuroMillions. My Million will continue to be offered to ticket holders in France alongside the new raffle.

My Million Results

The five latest My Million results are displayed below. To win the €1 million prize, you must match the entire winning code in the order shown — there is no prize for a partial match.

Draw Date Codes Winning Location
Tuesday10th November 2020 IB0513569

Online

Friday6th November 2020 LB9814400 Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Tuesday3rd November 2020 SB3808153 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
Friday30th October 2020 DK0042337 Normandie
Tuesday27th October 2020 QA5817004 Île-de-France

Friday’s Estimated Jackpot is:

€64 Million

Time remaining:

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My Million Stats

Number of Draws
707

Amount Won in Prizes
€847,000,000

Number of Codes Drawn
847

Types of EuroMillions Scams

EuroMillions scams can turn the popular dream of winning a jackpot into a costly nightmare. Here are some of the most popular methods used by fraudsters.

The first point of contact is generally made using one of the following approaches:

Direct Mail

A letter is sent through the post informing the recipient that they have won a lottery prize and need to register their claim in order for their winnings to be processed.

Telephone

A ‘lottery official’ calls the potential victim to tell them about the ‘good news’ and, during the telephone call, will try to extract a payment and/or bank details under the pretence that a ‘processing fee’ or ‘tax’ needs to be paid.

Some scammers have taken to selling fake lottery tickets over the phone. They will ask for payment upfront, requiring the target to disclose their bank details, but the tickets are never sent as they do not exist.

Mobile

A text message is sent informing the recipient that their mobile number was entered into a raffle or lottery and selected at random as the winner.

Winning Location Map

Select a region of France from the map below to find out when the last My Million code worth €1 million was won there.

You can also find the total number of My Million winners for each region and online:

Total number of My Million prizes won in France: 847

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Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Number of Prizes

85

Amount won

85,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 29th September 2020

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Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

Number of Prizes

24

Amount won

24,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 19th May 2020

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Bretagne

Number of Prizes

26

Amount won

26,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 28th July 2020

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Centre-Val de Loire

Number of Prizes

21

Amount won

21,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 27th September 2019

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Corse

Number of Prizes

3

Amount won

3,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 5th April 2019

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Grand Est

Number of Prizes

62

Amount won

62,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 21st August 2020

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Hauts-de-France

Number of Prizes

64

Amount won

64,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 7th July 2020

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Île-de-France

Number of Prizes

153

Amount won

152,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 27th October 2020

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Normandie

Number of Prizes

30

Amount won

30,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 30th October 2020

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Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Number of Prizes

63

Amount won

63,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 6th November 2020

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Occitanie

Number of Prizes

71

Amount won

71,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 9th June 2020

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Pays de la Loire

Number of Prizes

25

Amount won

25,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 31st July 2020

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Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Number of Prizes

76

Amount won

76,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 3rd November 2020

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DOM-TOM

Number of Prizes

43

Amount won

43,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Friday 2nd October 2020

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Online

Number of Prizes

100

Amount won

100,000,000 €

Last prize won on

Tuesday 10th November 2020

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Triplettes et triplettes consécutives les plus courantes

Triplettes courantes: Triplettes consécutives:
Numéros Fréquence
10 19 23 6
2 10 22 5
3 22 49 5
5 19 31 5
6 48 50 5
Numéros Fréquence
22 23 24 3
11 12 13 2
12 13 14 2
16 17 18 2
18 19 20 2

Les 5 jackpots les plus élevés à avoir été gagnés (£)

Date de tirage Jackpot Gagnants
vendredi 6 octobre 2017 170 810 000 £ 1
mardi 8 octobre 2019 170 221 000 £ 1
mardi 12 juillet 2011 161 653 000 £ 1
mardi 25 juin 2013 159 559 034 £ 2
vendredi 23 février 2018 155 597 796 £ 2

Les 5 jackpots les plus élevés à avoir été gagnés (€)

Date de tirage Jackpot Gagnants
mardi 8 octobre 2019 190 000 000 € 1
vendredi 6 octobre 2017 190 000 000 € 1
vendredi 24 octobre 2014 190 000 000 € 1
vendredi 10 août 2012 190 000 000 € 1
mardi 25 juin 2013 187 937 614 € 2

Les 5 nombres de gagnants du jackpot les plus élevés

Date de tirage Jackpot Gagnants
vendredi 2 septembre 2016 32 837 522 € 5
vendredi 4 février 2011 24 368 199 € 5
vendredi 5 octobre 2007 10 425 000 € 5
vendredi 28 avril 2006 17 970 266 € 4
vendredi 30 septembre 2005 17 020 072 € 4

You may also find these help sections useful:

Lost and damaged tickets

If you lose your ticket or damage one to the point where it cannot be read or scanned, you should contact your National Lottery for advice on what to do next. If you have a winning ticket that has been lost or damaged you need to report it as soon as possible after the winning draw, as your claim may be invalidated if you leave it too late.

You can find the contact details for the UK and Ireland national lotteries above.

Claiming prizes

There are different ways to claim EuroMillions prizes depending on how much you win, whether your entry was bought in-store or online, and which country the ticket was bought in. Generally, smaller prizes can be claimed for lottery retailers, while larger prizes need to be redeemed from a regional office or lottery headquarters.

Go to the How to Claim page to find out all you need to know about claiming EuroMillions prizes in each participating country.

Tickets purchased in other EuroMillions countries

EuroMillions prizes can only be claimed in the same country that the winning ticket was purchased in. For example, if you buy a ticket in Spain, you will not be able to claim any prizes won on it in the UK, and vice versa.

If you do win a prize on a EuroMillions ticket bought in another country, you’ll need to contact the country’s lottery provider to find out if you can make any alternative arrangements to claim the prize — please note that this would be at the discretion of the selling lottery. Visit the dedicated page for playing EuroMillions abroad to find contact details for the lottery providers in each of the participating countries.

Identifying a lottery scam

Lottery scams are all too common today but there are two golden rules that you should remember in order to protect yourself against them:

  • You cannot win a prize in a lottery you have not entered. If you are ever notified that you have won a prize in a lottery you have not played, it is a scam.
  • No legitimate lottery organisation would demand an upfront fee to pay out your prize money. Again, any message requesting a payment to ‘release’ a lottery prize is a scam.

Go to the Scams page to learn lots more about this type of fraud, including other ways to spot lottery scams.

Examples of Lottery Scams

As more and more people are becoming wise to lottery scams, fraudsters are getting increasingly creative. Here are just some examples of lottery scams you may receive:

Second Chance Lottery/Raffle

Usually based around a rollover draw, the scammer will claim you have won a prize in a ‘second chance’ EuroMillions draw. EuroMillions does not hold such ‘second chance’ draws. Unclaimed prizes are always either returned to the prize pool to pay winners in future draws or transferred to the good causes supported by the lottery.

Lottery Winner Trusts

Some scammers are using the names of known charitable lottery winners to try and extract personal information from the intended victim by claiming that the legitimate jackpot winner is looking to donate funds to people who are less fortunate or in need.

Anti Terrorism Agency

The victim receives a letter telling them there is a cheque waiting to be sent to them as soon as they pay a fee to an agency that ensures international money transfers over a certain value do not contain funds associated with terrorism.

To see an example of a scam letter received, visit the Example EuroMillions Scam page.

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