The French Lotto has a starting jackpot of €2 million and draws take place three times a week on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 8.00pm GMT. Its frequent draws have transformed it from a National Lottery into a serious International Lottery.
Each time the French Lotto jackpot is not won, it is raised by €1 million and the annual lottery pay-out is reported to be a whopping €768 million.
The record single ticket holder jackpot win to date was €24 million, won in June 2011, prior to that, the largest jackpot win on the French Lottery had been €18.2 million.
UK players can take part by buying tickets online, making global lotteries such as the The French Lotto both accessible and easy to play. Ticket agents buy lottery tickets on the player’s behalf and winnings are paid out quickly and efficiently.
How it works…
Players pick five main numbers between 1 and 49 and then an extra number between 1 and 10
The latest odds of winning a prize on the French Lottery are 1 in 16.
|PRIZE LEVEL||MATCH – MAIN Number + Extra Number|
|Prize Level 1 – JACKPOT||5 + 1|
|Prize Level 2||5|
|Prize Level 3||4|
|Prize Level 4||3|
|Prize Level 5||2|
|Prize Level 6||0 + 1|