The last Superdraw was on Friday 6th March and one lucky player from Portugal picked up €100 million, while there were nearly 4.3 million prize winners on the night. The Superdraw on 5th June will have the same jackpot and participants around the continent are sure to snap up tickets in droves ahead of the most exciting EuroMillions draw in months.
If the top prize is not won on the evening, the jackpot will roll over as it would on a regular draw night and continue growing until it reaches the EuroMillions cap of €190 million. It means that an extraordinary payout is guaranteed at some point after the Superdraw, and many fans might already be dreaming about how they would spend the money.
Would you buy one of the UK’s most expensive homes, plan the world’s most outlandish party or perhaps think of something even more extravagant? Check out a few suggestions on how you might make the most of a €100 million windfall.
Even before the Superdraw takes place, there will be some fabulous prizes on offer on EuroMillions, starting with tonight’s draw. A jackpot of £10 million (€15 million) will be dished out this evening if anyone can match five main numbers and both Lucky Stars, after the success of a player from Spain on Tuesday who won £34.2 million (€47.8 million).
The midweek success ended a run of four rollovers and it was a fabulous draw on Tuesday as more than 1.6 million ticket holders won prizes, including six who matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to each pocket £137,945 (€180,585). Take a look at the EuroMillions Results page for a full breakdown of prizes from recent draws.
If you have your sights set on becoming the latest winner, then you’ll need to get hold of a ticket before tonight’s draw. You can visit an authorised retailer in one of the participating countries or enter online, which would allow you to buy tickets as far ahead as four weeks and get an early entry into the Superdraw. Join in the fun and good luck.