Superdraws often take place several times a year and last year saw a total of three Superdraws, all of which offered a guaranteed €100 / £80 million jackpot. Out of the three Superdraws held in 2013, the jackpot rolled over twice however, in the final Superdraw of the year one Spanish ticket holder matched the seven winning numbers to scoop the entire top prize.
For players who are unfamiliar with Superdraws, they take the same format as any other EuroMillions draw and the only difference is the set jackpot of €100 / £80 million.
Tickets for the upcoming EuroMillions Superdraw can be purchased from an authorised retailer or online from Friday 7th February 2014. As the draw offers a guaranteed jackpot, ticket sales for the Superdraw in March are certain to be high so we advise players to purchase their tickets well in advance.
Euro-Millions.com will bring you further news on this first Superdraw of 2014 nearer the time.
Details on special EuroMillions draws can be found on the EuroMillions Superdraw page.