Win 20,000 euros a month for 30 years and live the best version of your life!
What makes EuroDreams so special? EuroDreams is organised with European partner lotteries. This makes it possible to offer a particularly attractive prize of up to 20,000 euros per month over 30 years.
How can I play EuroDreams?
6 at the top, 1 at the bottom – that’s how easy it is to create a pick. Mark six numbers from 1 to 40 in the upper number box and one number from 1 to 5 in the lower number box.
Where can I play EuroDreams?
Place your bets either at one of our retail outlets, via the Lotteries App or online at our win2day.at website.
When are the draws held?
The draws take place on Monday and Thursday evenings in Paris and are carried out by the French lottery company “La Française des Jeux”. ORF 1 as well as ATV and Puls4 will broadcast the draws in animated form between 10.30 and 11.30 pm (not yet confirmed).
How long is a EuroDreams betting slip valid?
One pick can be submitted for each draw (Monday and Thursday). The duration of the game is freely selectable and 7 picks for up to 10 consecutive draws can be submitted with one betting slip.
When are the closing times for these draws?
For the Monday draw: Monday, 8:00 pm
For the Thursday draw: Thursday, 8:00 pm
How much does a EuroDreams pick cost?
2.50 euros for a normal pick or a quick pick in Austria.
Which countries participate in EuroDreams?
EuroDreams is offered in all countries where EuroMillions is also available, with the exception of the United Kingdom. In addition to Austria, these are France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
How does EuroDreams work?
EuroDreams is a lottery game in which several countries from Europe participate. It takes place twice a week. To play, you either mark your picks on a betting slip or let a random number generator create your numbers for a quick pick. Each pick is divided into two parts and consists of six numbers from a range of 1 to 40 as well as another number (the dream number) from a range of 1 to 5. What is special about EuroDreams is that the prizes in the first two prize tiers are fixed monthly instalments over a certain period of time.
How do I win with EuroDreams?
You can win with just two correct numbers. The main prize is won with six correct numbers and the correct dream number. The dream number is only relevant for the first winning tier.
What are the EuroDreams prize categories?
There are six winning tiers: 6 correct numbers plus dream number, 6 correct numbers, 5 correct numbers, 4 correct numbers, 3 correct numbers and 2 correct numbers.
How high are the prizes and what are the odds of winning?
Tier 1 and 2 pay out monthly prizes.
Tier 3 to 5 offer one-off payments, the amount of which depends on the number of winners in these tiers, as is the case in, for example, 6 out of 45 Lotto.
Tier 6 is a fixed prize of € 2.50. In exceptional cases, this prize may be lower in accordance with the terms and conditions of the game.
What is prize sharing?
In extremely rare cases, there may be multiple first place winners. If the number of winners in a drawing round exceeds three, the winning amount of three prizes (€ 21.6 million) is divided by the number of winners. These prizes are paid out all at once.
In the 2nd prize tier, there is also a prize division using the same principle if there are more than 12 winners.
Why is there a second number range from 1 to 5 in addition to the numbers from 1 to 40?
The number from the number line 1 to 5 is the deciding factor that differentiates between prize tiers 1 and 2 only. In all other prize tiers, a prize is determined only by the correctly picked numbers in the 1-to-40 number range. This means that in tiers 3 to 6, it doesn’t matter whether the number from 1 to 5 was guessed correctly.
What happens if nobody wins the main prize?
If there are no winners in first or second place, the winning amount will not be carried over to subsequent drawing rounds (no jackpot principle). These prizes are fixed tiers. However, all bets and prizes remain in the game and are distributed to the players.
Are prizes in tiers 1 and 2 also paid out all at once?
The prizes to be paid out monthly cannot be paid out as a lump sum. The only exceptions to this are if the winners share the prize or if a winner passes away.
What happens if winners die during the pay-out period (30 years in 1st tier, 5 years in 2nd tier)?
Of course we hope that this will never be the case. If it does happen, however, the outstanding payments will be paid out to the heirs of the winner in a lump sum.
Is tax payable on the monthly payments?
No, all Austrian Lotteries prizes are tax-free.
Why is there no jackpot?
There is no jackpot principle, the prizes are in fixed tiers. The main prize in each draw is €20,000 per month for 30 years, regardless of whether there was a first-place win in the previous draw. This also applies to the second prize tier. However, all bets and prizes remain in the game and are distributed to the players.