The draw on Friday will be the 19th Superdraw in EuroMillions history. The first Superdraw took place in February 2007, while the most recent one was held on 30th September 2016.
The jackpot has been won on the night in six of the previous 18 Superdraws. Spanish and French ticket holders have had the most success, with two wins each. The good news is that, even if the top prize doesn’t get won on the night, it will roll over and grow larger for the following draw. Find out more in the Superdraw FAQs article.
In October 2014, the jackpot was not won in the Superdraw and rolled over six times until it reached its cap of €190 million. A Portuguese participant landed the full amount on Friday 24th October to equal the record for the biggest ever EuroMillions win.
Superdraws traditionally offer a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million, and the excitement that is generated usually leads to millions of winners across all the other prize tiers. In the most recent Superdraw last September, a total of 4,028,519 prizes were given away throughout Europe.
There have been eight jackpot winners so far in 2017, including two from the UK, two from Belgium and one each from Spain, France, Portugal and Ireland.
There have previously been 16 jackpot winners on the 30th day of the month, while the month of June has produced 27 winners of the top prize since EuroMillions was launched in 2004.
The most frequently drawn numbers in EuroMillions history are 50, 44, 19, 4 and 23, with Lucky Stars 8 and 9. Check out the EuroMillions Statistics page for more data, including the most overdue numbers and the numbers drawn least often.
Choosing Your Numbers
If you would like to become the latest Superdraw winner, you can select your EuroMillions numbers online or visit an authorised retailer in any of the nine participating countries. Best of luck!