According to Lotto, The jackpot for the main prize will increase from 90 to 120 million euros, that is, to more than half a billion PLN. The rules for selecting numbers will also be changed – We’ll pick 5 out of 50 and 2 out of 12 numbers. The Eurojackpot bet rate will remain the same and will be 12.50 PLN.
The new rules will go into effect on Saturday, March 19. Eurojackpot already offers players in Poland hundreds of millions of zlotys. The highest Polish win in this game so far exceeded 206 million PLN. After changes to the Eurojackpot, you can win up to 120 million euros, which is more than 500 million PLN. The sum of the sum with which we start the game is 10 million euros (more than 45 million PLN).
Eurojackpot – What time is the draw?
Tuesday’s draw will take place between 20:15 and 21:00, while Friday’s draw will not change – Between 20:00 and 21:00. On the day of the draw (Tuesday and Friday), bets can be placed until 7:00 pm. The first Eurojackpot draw will take place on Friday in the new format on March 25th, and the first on Tuesday – March 29.
Due to the changes, betting on multiple withdrawals will be temporarily restricted. From February 26, 2022, we will be able to play for a maximum of three draws in a row, starting from March 5 for two draws, and only from March 12 for the following draws. And starting Saturday, March 19, the option to play with multiple draws will be available again.
Eurojackpot – How long have you been in Poland?
Eurojackpot is a numbers game organized in 18 countries in Europe. You can play it in Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Spain, Netherlands, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Italy and Hungary. Eurojackpot was created in March 2012, and in Poland the first lottery drawing was held on September 15, 2017. Before that, the game could not be played in Poland, because it was not allowed under the provisions of the Gambling Law.
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