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 How to Play Online Daily Million Online

How to Play Online Daily Million Online

You want to try your luck with the Irish daily lottery? Just pick six numbers from 1 to 39, and you stand a chance at becoming millionaire. If you match all 6 winning numbers, you win the Daily Million jackpot worth €1 million. Moreover, this can happen twice a day as this lottery holds two draws every week day: one at 2 PM, one at 9 PM.

When you play on theLotter Canada, you can benefit from a wide range of options. You can play with a single ticket, choosing the numbers of lines you want to participate with. If you want to make sure you enter every draw of the Irish daily lottery, you can subscribe to this game. A subscription will also bring you the 10th ticket free. Another option is to purchase a Multi-Draw package that comes with substantial discounts of up to 25%.

Can I Play Daily Million from Canada?

Can I Play Daily Million from Canada?

You can enter the two daily draws of the Irish lottery online from wherever you are. theLotter Canada offers secure lottery messenger services that allow you to play many world lotteries and win prizes without even stepping foot in the organizing country. Once you picked your lucky Daily Million numbers, our local agent purchases on your behalf an official ticket. Shortly after that, you will be able to see a scanned copy of that ticket in your account. Here you can find out more about the ticket purchasing process.

When playing online, you can also benefit from odds boosting play formats such as the systematic forms. If you want to enter the Daily Million draws with more than the standard 6 numbers, the systematic forms are the way to go. They allow you to participate with all possible combinations of your lucky 8, 9, 10 or 11 numbers. This means that you will play Daily Millions with 28, 84, 210 or 462 lines.

 When is the Daily Million Draw?

When is the Daily Million Draw?

Ireland’s Daily Million holds two draws a day, one at 2:00 PM and one at 9:00 PM (Irish time). This means 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM in Ottawa. Tickets purchased before the closing of the first draw are entered into the game, while those bought afterwards will be valid for the second draw of the day. If you want to make sure you never miss a draw, go for a Multi-Draw or a subscription.

The Daily Million results are published on the site soon after they have been validated by the Irish Lottery officials. If you want to get them via email or SMS, you can subscribe to our results alerts service.

 Daily Million’s Bonus Ball

Daily Million’s Bonus Ball

Daily Million lottery also uses a Bonus Ball. This number is not selected when purchasing the ticket. During the draw, lottery officials pick a 7th number from the same pool after the main numbers have been selected.

The Bonus Ball does not influence the winning of the jackpot, but it boosts the value of the prize you win if you match three, four or five main balls. For instance, if you match 4 of the winning numbers, you cash € 25, but the value of your prize reaches € 100 if you also have the winning Bonus Ball on your ticket. If you match 5 of the winning numbers, you win €500. 5 numbers + the Bonus Ball will bring you €10,000.

 The Daily Million Prizes

The Daily Million Prizes

Daily Million offers its players the chance to win a fix top prize worth €1 million twice a day. This jackpot is guaranteed for every draw and it does not roll over in case nobody matched all the 6 winning numbers. If a draw has more than one jackpot winner, the fixed amount of €1 million is shared among them. Besides the two daily chances of winning €1 million, Daily Million offers 6 secondary prizes, all set at fixed amounts.

The odds of matching the 6 numbers and hitting the jackpot are of 1 in 3,262,623. However, the secondary prizes have some of the best odds of winning in the whole lottery world. The overall odds of winning a Daily Million prize are of 1 in 28.