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Eurojackpot on Tuesday: A new German lottery record is now possible! The jackpot in the draw on July 19, 2022 amounts to EUR 117 million. Numbers and odds here.

Lüdenscheid – Can you guess correctly and take home the mega jackpot? Eurojackpot on Tuesday (7/19/2022) is a lot of money – a lot of money. The jackpot is as much as EUR 117 million. If the jackpot is broken, it would be a new record for the German lottery. The winning numbers can be found right after the draw here.

Eurojackpot on Tuesday (19/07/2022): draw numbers

Numbers (5 out of 50) * still waiting
Euro numbers (2 of 12) * still waiting

* All statements are made without guarantee

Winning the Grand Prize (Prize Class 1) at Eurojackpot is not easy. Filling out a lottery ticket is easy, but it takes a lot of luck to become a millionaire. The chance of entering all seven numbers (5 + 2) correctly is approximately 1: 140 million.

In the last Eurojackpot draw on Tuesday (July 12), these numbers were drawn *: 3 – 16 – 26 – 30 – 47, Euro numbers 1 – 2. (*All statements are made without guaranteeIf you haven’t won: Next Eurojackpot draw on Tuesday, new luck.

You can tell if you’ve won by looking at the numbers right after the draw. However, only the odds show how much it brings you.

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: Odds and Winnings in the draw on 7/12/2022

Here are the Eurojackpot odds for the draw on Tuesday (07/12/2022):

class winning numbers number of winners Prize (in Euro)
1 5 correct and 2 euro numbers he is determined he is determined
2 5 correct and 1 euro number
3 5 correct and 0 euro numbers
4 4 correct and 2 euro numbers
5 4 correct and 1 euro number
6 3 correct and 2 euro numbers
7 4 correct and 0 euro digits
eighth 2 correct and 2 euro numbers
9 3 correct and 1 euro number
10 3 correct and 0 euro digits
11 1 correct and 2 euro numbers
12 2 correct and 1 euro number

The winning numbers for Tuesday’s Eurojackpot will be drawn between 20:00 and 21:00 in Helsinki, Finland. If you want to be there live, you have no chance when the balls drop. Because, unlike the lottery, the draw in Germany cannot be followed live via broadcast or television.

The winners and courses are evaluated at the computer centers of WestLotto lottery companies in Münster (North Rhine-Westphalia) and Danske Lotteri Spil in Copenhagen. As a rule, odds are announced on the evening of the draw day.

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: draw, numbers, jackpot and winnings

Despite the mathematically low chances of a warm rain of money: Eurojackpot regularly turns people in Germany and Europe into millionaires. In 2021 alone, the jackpot was hit several times. For example, in the draw, a player from East Westphalia won a well-rounded $ 90 million jackpot. But it doesn’t have to be a jackpot right away. Even without five correct numbers plus two Euro numbers (prize class 1) you can become a millionaire. The winners consistently came from North Rhine-Westphalia.

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: it is about millions of euros. © Scarf on the brain / imago

The maximum possible profit is EUR 120 million. The maximum cap was raised from 90 million on March 25, 2022 – the tenth anniversary of the lottery. The rules of the Eurojackpot have also changed in a different way. One of the most important: Instead of drawing on a regular Friday, more were added on Tuesday.

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At Eurojackpot there are differences to the classic lottery, which is only available in Germany as “6 out of 49”. Eurojackpot is – as the name suggests – the European lottery. It is offered in Germany and 17 other countries.

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: 18 countries take part in the lottery

  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Italy
  • Iceland
  • Croatia
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • the Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Sweden
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: lottery ticket and closing date

If you want to play Eurojackpot, you must be at least 18 years of age and – of course – complete a lottery ticket. There are 8 bet fields on the game slip, each with 50 numbers and 12 euro numbers. In the betting field you must select 5 out of 50 numbers and 2 out of 12 euro numbers.

Until when can you bet? The deadline for accepting the (online) Eurojackpot voucher on Tuesday varies in Germany depending on the federal state. It is between 18:40 and 19:00 for the current evening draw. Times in various federal states:

Baden-Württemberg 19 o’clock
Bavaria 19 o’clock
Berlin 18:45
Brandenburg 18.40
Bremen 18:45
Hamburg 18:44
Hesse 19 o’clock
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 18:45
Lower Saxony 18:50
North Rhine-Westphalia 18:59
Rhineland-Palatinate 18:45
Saarland 18:45
Saxony 18:45
Saxony-Anhalt 18:45
Schleswig-Holstein 18:45
Thuringia 19 o’clock

* All statements are made without guarantee

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: lottery ticket costs

How expensive is Eurojackpot? A betting field with 5 numbers and 2 euro numbers costs 2 euros plus the handling fee of the state lottery company for each lottery ticket. Prizes can be won in twelve different prize categories.

Unlike the classic lottery, there is no compulsory payout at Eurojackpot. The jackpot is limited to € 120 million. If the distribution of prizes in Prize Class 1 exceeds this limit in the draw, additional participation in Prize Class 2 will be awarded.

The distribution of the prizes in the second prize class is also limited to EUR 120 million. If this limit is also exceeded in Prize Category 2, the excess will be distributed to the next lower prize category where one or more prizes have been determined.

Eurojackpot on Tuesday: Gambling can be addictive

No matter if Eurojackpot or Lotto: Gambling can be addictive. There are hotlines to help gamers addicted to gambling. Information and advice can be obtained on the toll-free hotline on 0800-1372700 or from the Federal Center for Health Education (BZgA) – on the BZgA website

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