Ireland Lottery Results

Latest Ireland lottery results for DAILY MILLION ✔, DAILY MILLION PLUS ✔, EUROMILLIONS ✔, LOTTO ✔, LOTTO PLUS 1 ✔, LOTTO PLUS 2 ✔, EUROMILLIONS PLUS ✔, EURODREAMS ✔. All the information you need about lotteries in Ireland.

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Ireland Lottery Games

Despite being fairly new in Ireland, with the first game launching as recently as 1988, lottery games are hugely popular and are now a major part of Irish life. Collectively known as The Irish National Lottery, all games are run by Premier Lotteries Ireland, which currently holds the government licence to operate lottery games across the country. As well as being popular locally, Irish lottery games are also widely played across the United Kingdom, both online and via bookmakers.


Lotto is the primary national lottery game and was the first lottery to be launched in 1988. Entry is relatively inexpensive at just €2.00 per ticket, with players choosing two sets of numbers.

Players can also go for the Lotto Plus option for an additional €1.00, which grants entry into three additional games featuring jackpots up to €500,000!

Daily Million

Daily Million draws are held twice a day, with tickets costing €1.00 each. Unusually, for a game with such regular draws, Daily Million also has a secondary game called Daily Million Plus for an extra €0.50. The Daily Million Plus jackpot is €500,000, with each draw having a total jackpot pool of €1,500,000!


Ireland is one of nine countries that participate in the transnational Euromillions game, and while Euromillions has far longer odds than other lotteries available in Ireland, players are attracted by its huge jackpots and the variety of secondary prizes.

Players can also enter Euromillions Plus for the chance to win a €500,000 jackpot following each Euromillions draw.

Ireland Lottery Game Schedule

The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Irish lottery game.

Lotto     19:58     19:58  
Daily Million 14:00
Euromillions   20:45     20:45    

Ireland Lottery Odds and Jackpots

Lottery Game Winning Odds Minimum Jackpot
Lotto 1 in 10,737,573 €2 million
Daily Million 1 in 3,262,623 €1 million (fixed)
Euromillions 1 in 139,838,160 €17 million

What are the Biggest Irish Lottery Wins?

The biggest Lotto jackpot wins to date are:

  • €18,963,441 on June 29, 2008.
  • €16,700,000 on April 14, 2010.
  • €16,300,000 on October 23, 2010.

The biggest Euromillions jackpot won by an Irish ticket holder was €175,475,380 in February 2019.

Is Tax Paid on Irish Lottery Winnings?

No, but overseas players should check local tax laws to see if they need to declare winnings for tax purposes at home.

Mobile Apps for Ireland Lotteries

Lottery Operator Lottery Game Mobile Website Mobile App Buy Ticket iTunes Google Play
Premier Lotteries Ireland (The Irish National Lottery) Lotto
Daily Million
Yes Yes Yes Link Link

How to Contact Ireland Lottery Operators

Contact information for each Irish lottery operator is listed below.

Operator Games Official Website Main Address Local Tel. No.
Premier Lotteries Ireland (The Irish National Lottery) Lotto
Daily Million
Euromillions National Lottery, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1,
D01 Y1X2,
1890 244 344

How Can I Purchase Lottery Tickets in Ireland?

Tickets for all games are available from authorized retailers across Ireland or from the official Irish National Lottery website and app.

Can Overseas Players Play Irish Lottery Games?

Yes, players can enter all games online via lottery agent websites, with players in the United Kingdom able to play Daily Million online and in-store with certain bookmakers.

How Old Must I Be to Play Irish Lotteries?

Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Irish lotteries.

How Do I Claim Irish Lottery Prizes?

Players have up to 90 days to claim prizes, which are always paid out as lump sums (all games).

How are the Proceeds of Irish Lotteries Spent?

Premier Lotteries Ireland distributes the proceeds of its games to numerous good causes across Ireland via the Irish government. While Premier Lotteries Ireland and the Irish government proactively seek good causes to whom they can provide funding, organizations can also apply for funding via the official website.