Spanish EuroMillions Lottery Review (Euromillions)
|rules||5 of 50 + PB 2 of 12|
Lottery winnings are subject to local tax in two tax categories.
Category 1: winnings up to € 20 000 tax-free;
Category 2: amounts over € 20 000 taxed 20%.
Chances of Winning
|1 Prize||5+2PB||1:139 838 160|
|2 Prize||5+PB||1:6 991 908|
|3 Prize||5||1:3 107 514|
|4 Prize||4+2PB||1:621 502|
|5 Prize||4+PB||1:31 075|
|6 Prize||4||1:13 811|
|7 Prize||3+2PB||1:14 125|
EuroMillions is the largest pan-European lottery. Her story begins in Paris. Since it is there, in 2004 year started the first print run. This lottery, certainly, out of competition and is a leader among analogues, since nowhere else will you see such a huge jackpot amount and higher chances of winning.
Initially, after the creation of EuroMillions, only three countries were participants - France, Spain and England. But now, nine states participate in it: Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Great Britain. The EuroMillions lottery system has been improving over time, is gaining more and more momentum and at the same time the number of its participants is replenished
What are the rules?
The lottery rules are extremely simple to understand. In order to participate in EuroMillions, all participants will have to determine for themselves five digits from 1 to 50 and a couple of lucky stars from 1 to 11. To get at least one of the many prizes, they need to guess at least two balls. For, to become the owner of the main prize, you need to guess all seven balls. There are thirteen reward levels in this lottery, the amount of the award depends on the prize pool as a percentage. The main prize is 32% from him.
Any citizen of one of the participating countries can participate in the lotto, are usually over eighteen years of age (depending on the country, for example in the UK, participation is allowed from the age of sixteen).
Probability to win 1 of the prizes approximately 1 to the 13th, and the probability of getting the main prize 1 to 116 531 800, even that's pretty good, Considering, that its smallest amount would be 15 million euros. If the owner of the jackpot is not determined, then this entire amount is transferred to the next circulation, because of this super prize, usually greatly exceeds the minimum amount. But although there is no limit on the number of transfers, there is a maximum for the jackpot amount, namely 190 million euros. In the entire history of the EuroMillions lottery, this amount has only been reached twice.. In one of them the British Adrian and Gillian Byford managed to win a lot of money.
As already stated, the size of the jackpot has its minimum, namely 15 million. Happens, that several people win it, in such cases it is divided equally, if, opposite, nobody wins, then the amount is carried over to the next draw, this is called accumulation. Thanks to this, the size of the prize fund reaches incredible sizes.. 10 August 2012 years and 24 October 2014 the limits were reached. To this day, did not have, no more cases, so that the limit is reached again.
Happens, that the rules regarding jackpot are subject to change, so do not forget to follow the rules and their changes, especially, when the main prize is transferred to a drawing with a large prize pool. The taxation of your winnings varies by country, where the ticket was purchased.
What are the chances of winning?
In addition to regular runs, super draws are held in this lotto, they have a mega jackpot. These special editions have different rules, in common with the usual circulation in them only that, that they have the possibility of an excess of the prize fund. Such draws are usually held during important events.. Super draws are often held, during the anniversary of the lottery. There is no special schedule for super-draws, but on average they are held a couple of times in one year.