French Lotto

How to play

Select five numbers from 1 to 49 and one Chance number between 1 and 10. In the draw, five balls are randomly selected from the first machine (containing numbers 1 to 49) and a bonus number drawn from the second machine (containing Chance numbers 1 to 10). To win the jackpot, you must match all five numbers and the Chance number.

Prizes and Odds of Winning

French Loto offers nine prize categories and the overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 5.99, making it a favourite amongst the citizens of France as well as players from around the world.

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning Average Prize
5 numbers and the Chance number 1 in 19,068,840 €5,846,154
5 numbers 1 in 2,118,760 €100,432
4 numbers and the Chance number 1 in 86,677 €1,105
4 numbers 1 in 9,631 €521
3 numbers and the Chance number 1 in 2,016 €52
3 numbers 1 in 224 €22
2 numbers and the Chance number 1 in 144 €11
2 numbers 1 in 16 €5
0 numbers and the Chance number 1 in 18 €2
Overall odds of winning a prize in French Loto are 1 in 5.99.

Latest Result

Wednesday 11th December 2019
  • 1
  • 25
  • 33
  • 40
  • 48
  • 8
Jackpot €7,000,000

There were over 616,000 winners in this draw.

French Loto Raffle

In each draw, there are an additional ten prizes of €20,000 to be won thanks to the French Loto Raffle. French Loto ticket holders are automatically entered into the supplementary game, with the odds of winning dependant on the number of participants taking part in each draw.

2nd Loto Draw

While you are automatically entered into the Raffle when you play French Loto, you can also opt to take part in a 2nd Loto Draw. Your five main numbers will then be entered into another draw, where it is possible to win up to €100,000. There is no Chance number drawn in the 2nd Loto draw. The following table shows the prizes available and the odds of winning.

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning Average Prize
5 1 in 1,906,884 €100,000
4 1 in 8,667 Estimated €500
3 1 in 201 Estimated €30
2 1 in 14 €3
Overall odds of winning a prize in the French Loto 2nd draw are 1 in 13.41

Interesting Facts

Jackpots start at €2 million, with €1 million being added to the jackpot after every draw without a jackpot winner. There is a 34-rollover limit and, if no player matches all 5 five numbers and the Chance number after that, the total prize is distributed between players in the next highest winning tier.

In June 2011, a family from Val-d’Oise won the largest-ever French Lotto jackpot, worth €24 million.

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