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EuroMillions Superdraw Jackpot Rolls Over

Friday’s EuroMillions Superdraw produced millions of winners across its various prize categories, but the €130 million jackpot proved to be just out of reach as no tickets matched all the numbers.

The jackpot will now grow even higher for the next draw, putting it on course to become the latest eye-catching prize in a record-breaking year.

Superdraw Numbers

The winning numbers for Friday 3rd December were 21, 22, 29, 32 and 46, with Lucky Stars 9 and 10. Go to the EuroMillions Results page for more information about the draw, including a full prize breakdown.

You’ll also see the results of associated games such as Millionaire Maker. Even when the jackpot is not won, there are great prizes paid out every Tuesday and Friday and multiple players become millionaires across Europe.

Friday’s Super Jackpot event saw the top prize bumped up to nine figures, even though it had only just been won a week earlier. A French player landed €162 million on Friday 26th November.

Superdraws only take place every few months, when there is sufficient money in the Reserve Fund to pay for one. A small portion of the prize fund from every draw goes to the Reserve Fund, so that special promotions can be held and the minimum jackpot can always be offered.

Another EuroMillions Record?

There have now been four Superdraws this year, and only one has created a jackpot winner on the night. Back in June, a UK player matched all the numbers to scoop £111 million.

The other two Superdraws of 2021 have rolled over and gone on to break new territory. The first one, in February, grew all the way to €210 million, which was the limit at the time, before a ticket holder from Switzerland pocketed the lot.

September’s Superdraw also rolled over and went all the way up to the jackpot cap - which had increased to €220 million after the Swiss win. In an incredible twist, the full amount ended up going to a woman from the French overseas territory of Tahiti, who was playing EuroMillions for the very first time.

That record win resulted in the jackpot cap being adjusted again, to €230 million. If recent history repeats itself, the latest Superdraw could be the springboard for another run up to the maximum jackpot over the next few weeks. Go to any authorised retailer to buy a ticket, or get involved online.

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Published: Fri, 3 December 2021 - 9:32pm
Published By: Euro-Millions.com