The Superdraw held on Friday 3rd October 2014 sparked a run of six rollovers before a Portuguese player picked up €190 million (£149.7 million at the time), the largest amount possible due to the EuroMillions jackpot cap. There was a Superdraw scheduled for Friday 6th June 2014 but, for the only time in the game’s history, it was cancelled after the jackpot naturally rolled to more than €100 million before it could take place. A Spanish player eventually banked €137.3 million (£109.5 million) on Friday 13th June.
The imaginations of players in each of the participating nations will be running wild ahead of this staggering jackpot draw in November, with wannabe multimillionaires checking out mansions on the market in their local area, just in case.
Now might be the perfect opportunity to think about joining a syndicate in time for the Superdraw. Teaming up with fellow players and buying multiple tickets for a draw increases your chances of winning EuroMillions prizes and you could even find yourself with a hefty share of the €100 million bounty! You can either round up workmates or family members to create your lottery group, or simply join one online that has already been organised for you. Visit the Syndicates section to find out more about this fun, and potentially profitable, way of playing lotteries.
You don’t have to wait a month to bag yourself a lottery windfall, though, as tonight’s jackpot stands at a cool £11 million (€15 million) and you can buy EuroMillions tickets online or from authorised retailers up until 7:30pm BST (8:30pm CEST) today. Good luck!