About Super 4 Cagnote Lotto

In 1998, the starting jackpot was raised to 1 million pounds, and when the Euro came in 2002, the new price for a ticket was €1 and the starting jackpot changed to 1.35 million Euros. Since that was no longer a particularly appealing amount to the Irish at the time, in November 2006, the game was changed to a 6/45 to create bigger jackpots. The starting jackpot was raised to €2 million, and that’s where it stands today. The smaller prizes were also increased at that point with the match-3 prize introduced. The official price of a ticket also increased to €1.50.

Today, the odds of winning the Irish Lottery jackpot stand at 1 in 10.7 million, and the price of one line is €2, but the minimum entry is two lines. There are eight tiers of prizes in total, but people can also participate in three additional games called Plus One, Plus Two and Plus Ruffle, buy paying 1 Euro extra per line. There are completely different sets of numbers drawn for plus games, so they are basically giving you the opportunity to participate in three additional games with just one entry.

By the end of 2013 Irish lottery had paid out more than €6.7 billion in prizes, and the biggest jackpot ever drawn was €18,963.441 won in June 2008.

About Super 4 Cagnote Lotto

In 1998, the starting jackpot was raised to 1 million pounds, and when the Euro came in 2002, the new price for a ticket was €1 and the starting jackpot changed to 1.35 million Euros. Since that was no longer a particularly appealing amount to the Irish at the time, in November 2006, the game was changed to a 6/45 to create bigger jackpots. The starting jackpot was raised to €2 million, and that’s where it stands today. The smaller prizes were also increased at that point with the match-3 prize introduced. The official price of a ticket also increased to €1.50.

Today, the odds of winning the Irish Lottery jackpot stand at 1 in 10.7 million, and the price of one line is €2, but the minimum entry is two lines. There are eight tiers of prizes in total, but people can also participate in three additional games called Plus One, Plus Two and Plus Ruffle, buy paying 1 Euro extra per line. There are completely different sets of numbers drawn for plus games, so they are basically giving you the opportunity to participate in three additional games with just one entry.

By the end of 2013 Irish lottery had paid out more than €6.7 billion in prizes, and the biggest jackpot ever drawn was €18,963.441 won in June 2008.

About 5/90 Lotto

In 1998, the starting jackpot was raised to 1 million pounds, and when the Euro came in 2002, the new price for a ticket was €1 and the starting jackpot changed to 1.35 million Euros. Since that was no longer a particularly appealing amount to the Irish at the time, in November 2006, the game was changed to a 6/45 to create bigger jackpots. The starting jackpot was raised to €2 million, and that’s where it stands today. The smaller prizes were also increased at that point with the match-3 prize introduced. The official price of a ticket also increased to €1.50.

Today, the odds of winning the Irish Lottery jackpot stand at 1 in 10.7 million, and the price of one line is €2, but the minimum entry is two lines. There are eight tiers of prizes in total, but people can also participate in three additional games called Plus One, Plus Two and Plus Ruffle, buy paying 1 Euro extra per line. There are completely different sets of numbers drawn for plus games, so they are basically giving you the opportunity to participate in three additional games with just one entry.

By the end of 2013 Irish lottery had paid out more than €6.7 billion in prizes, and the biggest jackpot ever drawn was €18,963.441 won in June 2008.

Irish Lotto Odds

Match

6 numbers

5 numbers + bonus

5 numbers

4 numbers + bonus

4 numbers

3 numbers + bonus

3 numbers

2 numbers + bonus

Winnings Odds

1 in 10,737,573

1 in 1,789,596

1 in 44,740

1 in 17,896

1 in 918

1 in 688

1 in 54

1 in 72

Estimated Return

Jackpot

€73,000

€1,100

€110

€36

€18

€7

€2