Superdraws are special events which take place just a few times a year. The jackpot is increased to a guaranteed amount and it does not matter if anyone wins the top prize in the preceding draw, as extra money from the Booster Fund is reserved for the Superdraw.
The most recent Superdraw was held on Friday 30th June, when one lucky player from the UK matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars to snap up the jackpot of £87.5 million (€100 million).
There is an even bigger jackpot available on 15th September and, if it is not won on the night, it will roll over as normal and grow to an even larger amount for the following game. Superdraws have helped to create some of the biggest jackpots in EuroMillions history, including the time in 2014 when the top prize kept building until a Portuguese participant snapped up €190 million.
September’s Superdraw will come at the end of a fantastic summer for EuroMillions players. The jackpot has been won four times since the last Superdraw at the end of June and has produced millions of winners across Europe.
It will not be long before the top prize shoots back into nine figures for the Superdraw, allowing fans to think about how they might wish to spend such an incredible sum of money. Whether it would be buying a new home, giving up work or splashing the cash on loved ones, it promises to be another great draw for lucky winners.
You can give yourself a chance of landing wonderful EuroMillions prizes by choosing numbers online or visiting authorised retailers in participating countries. Good luck!