This is the fourth Superdraw of the year, following on from similar events held in September, March, and June. What makes this Superdraw special is the jackpot amount. Usually, the grand prize is set to have a minimum €130 million while this time it starts at €200 million. It can grow even bigger if it rolls over, however it won’t go further than the €240 million jackpot cap which was reached in July 2022.
In case the jackpot reaches €240 million and it is not won after four consecutive draws, a Must Be Won draw will take place. The full amount will be split between the winners in the next tier.
2023 Superdraws in Retrospective
The first EuroMillions Superdraw of the year took place on Friday 3rd March and no one won the jackpot that night. The grand prize was won in the following draw, on Tuesday 7th March, when a Belgian player won €144 million.
On 2nd June, a single ticket holder from the UK scooped the €130 million jackpot offered in the second Superdraw. The winner wasted no time in coming forward and claimed their prize the next day.
In the September Superdraw, a French player took home the €130 million jackpot on the first try as they matched all seven winning numbers.
Could you be the next EuroMillions Super Jackpot winner? Mark the date of the next Superdraw on your calendar and start thinking about the numbers you’ll pick for your entry (or entries). Some people choose a favourite set of numbers which has birthdays or anniversaries while others prefer to generate a random selection. You could also explore the EuroMillions statistics and see if this insightful data could help you develop a winning strategy.