EURODREAMS. The results of the EuroDreams draw for this Thursday, March 28 are known. Is there a winner? Is that you ? 20,000 euros per month for 30 years was at stake.

There was no winner! This Thursday, March 28, 2024, on the occasion of a new EuroDreams draw organized by Française des jeux and its European counterparts, no one bet on the good results. On the other hand, 179 people won 81.90 euros, including 52 in France. Discover the combination of the day without further delay!

We might as well say it very clearly: the chances of winning the jackpot are extremely low. EuroDreams offers a 1 in 19 million chance of winning the maximum win. However, there will be a 1 in 4.66 chance of winning a significantly lower prize.

If you haven’t managed to find all the EuroDreams results, know that it is also possible that you have pocketed 2,000 euros per month for five years by finding at least the six digits of the combination, without the number Dream then. For the rest of the winnings, each time it is a sum paid in one go. Count on almost 100 euros if you got your hands on five of the six correct figures, around forty euros for four, a little more than 5 euros for three discovered figures and 2.50 euros, the reimbursement of your grid, if you have discovered two digits of the combination. Note that the numbers are those between 1 and 40, and that the Dream number is only useful for winning something if you already have the other six numbers.

The principle is clear. The FDJ promises up to 20,000 euros per month for 30 years, when you check all the correct numbers in the draw, which represents more than 7 million euros in total. But there will also be lucky people who don’t have the 7 correct numbers. The second winning rank – i.e. the 6 correct numbers without the additional number – also comes with an annuity of 2,000 euros per month for 5 years, or 120,000 euros in total. The third, fourth, fifth and sixth place winners win a net sum, 100 euros, 40 euros, 5 euros and 2.50 euros respectively (reimbursement of the grid).