Eurodreams: 5 Things To Know About The New Game From Fdj
Twenty years after the launch of Euromillions and 90 years after the first drawing of the national lottery in France, Française des Jeux is launching a new lottery called EuroDreams. This new game allows the jackpot winner to win €20,000 per month for 30 years. Here are 5 things to know about this new drawing game that can bring in big winnings.
This game allows you to earn a steady income for several years.
With a maximum gain of €20,000 per month for 30 years, totaling €7.2 million, the new game EuroDreams is particularly enticing.
The main attraction of this novelty undoubtedly lies in its annuity-style gain: €20,000 per month for 30 years for rank number 1 and €2,000 per month for 5 years for rank number 2!
It should also be noted that this large lottery brings together several European countries (France, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Ireland) and that this annuity gain represents a European first.
2- You can try your luck starting today.
The Française des Jeux launched the EuroDreams draw game on October 30, 2023, with ticket sales priced at €2.50. Since that date, it has been possible to fill out a ticket at the 30,000 FDJ points of sale, as well as on the website and app of Française des Jeux.
Two draws will be held each week, on Mondays and Thursdays. The draws are conducted electronically and revealed through a virtual 3D animation. On each draw night, tickets can be validated until 8:15 PM.
The first draw of this brand new lottery is scheduled for today, Monday, November 6, 2023. If you haven't tried your luck yet, you still have time to purchase and fill out your first ticket... The results of the very first draw will be revealed tonight at 9 PM.
3- You must choose a combination of 7 numbers.
The new FDJ EuroDreams game follows the very simple principle of the Loto and Euromillions.
On each grid, you just have to tick 6 numbers out of 40, and then choose a supplementary number called n°Dream out of 5 numbers. This creates a combination that may be the winning combination.
This lottery also offers multiple play options, with the possibility of ticking up to 10 numbers per grid to increase your chances of winning.
4- This game offers more chances of winning than the Lotto or EuroMillions.
A EuroDreams ticket costs the same price as a Euromillions ticket (€2.50). But it offers more chances to win.
From finding two numbers, with or without the Dream number, you win at least €2.50, which is the price of your ticket.
Winners of ranks 3 to 6 receive direct winnings:
• around €5 for three correct numbers;
• around €40 for four correct numbers;
• around €100 for five correct numbers.
If you find all six correct numbers and only miss the Dream number to hit the jackpot, you will receive up to €2000 per month for 5 years.
Overall, this new lottery game offers 1 in 4.66 chance of winning. For comparison, the chances of winning in Loto are 1 in 6 and in Euromillions are 1 in 13.
However, Française des Jeux specifies in a statement that the chances of winning the jackpot and receiving €20,000 per month for 30 years are 1 in 19 million...
5- A subscription system is available.
If you are used to always playing the same combination in the Lotto or Euromillions, know that you can use your lucky numbers for this new drawing game.
The EuroDreams game from FDJ offers a subscription system and you can choose a limited or unlimited duration subscription.
If, by the greatest of chances, you validate multiple grids with the winning combination, your prize will be paid to you every month, up to 3 winning grids, which is €60,000 per month for 30 years or a total of €21.6 million.
If you win the second prize level with multiple winning grids, the prize will be paid to you every month for 5 years, up to 12 winning combinations, which is €24,000 per month or a total of €1.44 million.
Note: Before subscribing to this type of subscription, don't forget that gambling games involve risks of losing money, isolation, and addiction. To get help, you can visit the website joueurs-info-service.fr or call the toll-free number 09 74 75 13 13.