Superdraws usually take place four times a year and are organised when the Reserve Fund has sufficient money in order to support such promotions. Even if the jackpot was won in the previous draw, the grand prize is guaranteed to be increased to €130 million. However, in case the jackpot naturally reaches a higher amount due to rolling over many times, the Superdraw will not take place and another one will be scheduled later on.
The most recent Superdraw took place on 26th January 2024 and the jackpot on offer was also €130 million. It was not won on the night and it rolled over to €144 million. In the following draw, on 30th January 2024, two ticket holders from the UK and Spain managed to match all seven winning numbers and equally shared the big prize. The lucky ticket bought by the Spanish player was sold at Leganés, Madrid while the location of where the UK ticket was purchased was not revealed yet. However, it has been confirmed that the prize won in the UK was claimed on 2nd February and we won’t find out more information about the winner unless they decide to come forward about their win.
In December 2023, the most memorable EuroMillions Superdraw took place. What made it so special? The jackpot was boosted to a mega €200 million instead of the usual €130 million. As it was not won on the first try, it rolled over twice before eventually reaching the jackpot cap of €240 million. The biggest-ever EuroMillions grand prize was won on 8th December by a single Austrian player. Consequently, the jackpot cap was raised to €250 million.
Want to become the next Superdraw jackpot winner? Mark the Friday, 15th March draw in your calendars and get your tickets before the ticket sales close. Until then, you can enter EuroMillions every Tuesday and Friday for a chance to win great prizes. Don’t forget to check your results on our Results page or straight on the EuroMillions app.