Superdraw Excitement As Friday's EuroMillions Jackpot Rolls Over Again!
15th September 2014 10:31 AM
The EuroMillions jackpot will hit a massive £58 million (€73 million) on Tuesday night after no player managed to correctly match all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars in Friday’s draw. However, one UK ticket holder is celebrating matching the Millionaire Raffle code and bagging themselves a cool £1 million. A full rundown of prizes can be found on our EuroMillions Results page.
Players left disappointed by failing to scoop the main prize will be excited to hear that a new Superdraw has been announced, bringing with it the opportunity to win an even larger amount of cash. Friday October 3rd will see the second Superdraw of 2014 with a jackpot guaranteed at £80 million (€100 million)*, a sum which would allow the winner a 49-year stay in the £4,435 per night Prince of Wales suite at the Ritz hotel in London (room service not included).
The UK’s Neil Trotter won £107.9 million (€129.3 million) on 14th March of this year after the Superdraw jackpot rolled over twice. The next Superdraw was then set for Friday 6th June but had to be postponed due to the top prize rolling over past €100 million naturally before it even took place. A lucky Spanish ticket holder then snapped up a £109.5 million (€137.3 million) payday on Friday 13th June.
Tickets are now on sale for both Tuesday’s draw and the EuroMillions Superdraw on Friday 3rd October. Get hold of your EuroMillions tickets online or from an authorised retailer today and start dreaming about how those seven numbers could catapult you straight into Europe’s rich list. Good luck!
*The Euro amount is set at €100 million. The sterling equivalent is estimated and may change based on exchange rates.
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