EuroMillions Superdraw games are played in just the same way as regular games and the price of tickets is also exactly the same. The only difference is that the jackpot is guaranteed to be worth €100 million, so even in the jackpot in the previous game is won (in which case the next jackpot would normally be worth €15 million) there would still be €100 million to play for in the Superdraw.
Having a EuroMillions Superdraw to look forward to at the beginning of October is great news, but if you are lucky you won’t even need to wait that long to become the next big EuroMillionaire. No ticket matched all of the numbers required to win the jackpot in the game on Tuesday 20 September (the main numbers were 09, 19, 25, 36 and 38 and the Lucky Star numbers were 07 and 11) so there will be a rollover jackpot of around €27 million (around £23 million) on offer this Friday 23 September.
Because the coming EuroMillions Superdraw is played by exactly the same rules and the tickets cost exactly the same as in a regular game, players can make sure they don’t miss out by playing several draws in advance. For example, if you enter your numbers for the game this Friday 23 September and the following three draws (making four draws in total) you will automatically be involved in the Superdraw game. If you tend to play the same numbers from draw to draw then this is an excellent way to ensure that you don’t forget to participate.
Whether you decide to play EuroMillions online for each draw as it approaches or you enter your numbers for the next four draws to include the Superdraw, good luck with your selections and be sure to let us know if you win big!