EuroMillions HotPicks is a new game that gives players a number of different options over how to play and offers prizes of up to £1 million. It can be played separately from the main EuroMillions game but uses the same numbers.
The latest winning numbers and prize breakdown information are available on the EuroMillions HotPicks results page every Tuesday and Friday evening.
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How to Play
EuroMillions HotPicks draws are held on Tuesday and Friday evenings, and there are five ways to play. Participants can choose between Pick One, Pick Two, Pick Three, Pick Four or Pick Five. If you opt for Pick One, for example, you must select one number from 1 to 50, while playing Pick Two requires you to select two numbers from 1 to 50, and so on.
You must then match all the numbers you selected to win a prize. For example, a player who picks one number and matches that number will win the set £10 award, but a player who picks five numbers and matches four of them will not win. The five numbers used for EuroMillions HotPicks are the five main numbers from the EuroMillions draw on the same night.
EuroMillions HotPicks Prizes
EuroMillions HotPicks offers set prizes for all five different options. The prizes range from £10 for picking one number and matching it successfully, up to £1 million for picking five numbers and matching them all.
|Game||How to Win||Prize||Odds of Winning|
|Pick 5||Match 5||£1 million||1 in 2,118,760|
|Pick 4||Match 4||£30,000||1 in 46,060|
|Pick 3||Match 3||£1,500||1 in 1,960|
|Pick 2||Match 2||£100||1 in 123|
|Pick 1||Match 1||£10||1 in 10|
EuroMillions HotPicks players have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim prizes. Any prizes that are not claimed in time will be transferred to the Good Causes Fund.
Smaller prizes can be claimed directly from authorised retailers, or are paid straight into your account if you played online. The claims procedure for larger prizes varies depending on whether you played online or through a retailer. Take a look at the Lottery Claims page to learn more.