FDJ EuroMillions results for Tuesday 29 November 2022

Organized by the FDJ every Tuesday and Friday, the EuroMillions features a minimum jackpot of €17 million. To try their luck, many players visit FDJ outlets every week. Online, it is also possible to complete your participation grids on fdj.fr via computer, smartphone or tablet. For better navigation ergonomics on mobile devices, La Française des Jeux also offers its own application, which can be downloaded via the App Store or the Play Store. Regardless of the platform chosen, the price of a simple grid will be 2.50 euros.

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EuroMillions results for Tuesday 29 November 2022

This Tuesday, November 29, you could win up to €87 million playing FDJ EuroMillions. The winning combination consists of the numbers 15.20.24.35.38. It is completed by 8 and 12 stars. Remember to also consult the My Million code associated with your day tickets. If the latter matches the code TV7735123, you will walk away with 1 million euros.

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EuroMillions: How to play with MultiChances packs?

If you access the fdj.fr website or the FDJ app for the first time to play EuroMillions, you may be wondering what MultiChances packs are. Only available online, this game mode allows you to join forces with other players to buy sets consisting of 660 or 1260 EuroMillions grids and as many My Million codes. Buy your choice of 1, 2, 5 or 10 shares to join the list of owners of a MultiChances package. On the day of the draw, the winnings won by a deck will be divided equally among the players who own it, based on the number of shares held. This will increase your chances of winning while playing EuroMillions.

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>> must also be read : How to redeem EuroMillions winnings?

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