This will be the 15th Superdraw since 2007 and the second so far in 2014. A Superdraw was originally scheduled for Friday 6th June 2014 but was postponed when the existing jackpot rolled over to reach nearly €107 million. Although it wasn’t won that night, one lucky Spanish player scooped the entire €137 million jackpot on Friday 13th June 2014, ending a five week jackpot rollover. If the EuroMillions jackpot reaches €100 million or more following the 30th September Tuesday night draw, then the scheduled Superdraw will again be postponed in favour of the higher jackpot amount. It’s unlikely, but it could happen again!
Superdraws are usually held twice a year and often tie in with special occasions or anniversaries. While Superdraws differ from regular EuroMillions draws by offering a substantially larger guaranteed jackpot, the format is exactly the same. To scoop the top prize, a player must match all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars. If no ticket successfully matches all seven numbers then the jackpot will roll over to the following draw. Spain has certainly seen its share of Superdraw winners as the last time a EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot was won on the night of the draw was 15th November 2013, when the €100 million (£83.8 million) top prize was won by a single Spanish ticket holder. Another fortunate Spanish player won the Superdraw held on Friday 28th September 2012.
Thankfully you don’t need to wait until October to win big on EuroMillions as the jackpot for tomorrow’s draw currently stands at a cool £53 million (€67 million) following another rollover last Friday. You can buy lottery tickets online by clicking on the Play EuroMillions tab or from an authorised retailer.