It only happens a couple of times a year, but when it does it creates so much buzz you wouldn’t want to miss out!
The EuroMillions Superdraw is a special lottery event in which the jackpot is preset to a guaranteed massive 9-figure jackpot.
Superdraws work exactly the same as the regular EuroMillions draw, with the same rules, the only difference being that the Superdraws offer the guaranteed massive jackpot.
If there are no winners to take home the top prize of the Superdraw on the night of the first draw, the jackpot rolls over to the following draw. The jackpot continues to roll over until the top prize is won or until it reaches the jackpot cap of €200 million (approximately £168 million). Once it reaches this amount, the jackpot can remain like that for four consecutive draws, after which, if not won, the prize money rolls down to be divided between the winners of the next highest prize tier.
The next Superdraw will take place on Friday, February 7th and will be boasting the whopping initial jackpot of £110,000,000.
The EuroMillions lottery was created in 2004, but this mega draw famously known as the Superdraw was introduced in 2009, with 9 participating countries eligible to take part.
Thanks to online-lottery betting sites like Jackpot.com, the Superdraw jackpot can be won no matter where you are in the world!
|Date||Final Jackpot||Additional information|
|07/02/2020||€130 million||The winning ticket for this Superdraw was purchased in Spain. The lucky winner took home the massive jackpot of €130M!|
|04/10/2019||-||After several rollovers, the jackpot reached the maximum €190M and this Superdraw was postponed.|
|07/06/2019||€138 million||A single ticket purchased in the UK took home the entire prize after only 1 rollover.|
|01/02/2019||€175 million||The jackpot was won after five rollovers by a lucky family from Ireland.|
|21/09/2018||€162 million||After three rollovers, a single ticket from Switzerland took home the eye-popping final prize.|
|20/04/2018||€138 million||The final jackpot was won after only one rollover by a single ticket purchased in the UK.|
|15/09/2017||€190 million||This was the second time the EuroMillions Superdraw reached the €190 million cap. A lucky player from Spain scooped the entire jackpot after the Superdraw had rolled over five times.|
|30/06/2017||€100 million||One lucky ticket holder in the UK won the entire jackpot on the first night of the Superdraw.|
|30/09/2016||€168 million||With a starting jackpot of €130 million, this was the biggest starting jackpot for the EuroMillions Superdraw at the time. The jackpot rolled over until it was finally won by a Belgian ticket holder.|
|06/11/2015||€163 million||The jackpot rolled over until a ticket sold in Portugal won the final jackpot.|
|05/06/2015||€129 million||The jackpot was won from an anonymous ticket holder from the UK.|
|06/03/2015||€100 million||This jackpot was won on the night of the first Superdraw by a Portuguese ticket holder.|
|03/10/2014||€190 million||One of the biggest draws to ever take place, this was the first time the EuroMillions Superdraw reached the jackpot cap of €190 million, after 6 rollovers.|
|06/06/2014||€137 million||This Superdraw was the first to be surpassed by the normal EuroMillions jackpot, which had been getting higher prior to the draw. It was won by a player in Spain.|
|07/03/2014||€129 million||The jackpot rolled over twice and was won in the UK.|
|15/11/2013||€100 million||A ticket purchased in Spain matched all numbers in the first draw.|
|07/06/2013||€187 million||After five rollovers, the final jackpot was won by two ticket holders; one Belgian winner and one Irish winner split the prize.|
|22/03/2013||€132 million||The jackpot rolled over for almost a month until a French ticket holder scooped the top prize.|
|28/09/2012||€100 million||The only Superdraw that took place in 2012, the jackpot was won on the first night by an anonymous player with a ticket purchased in Spain.|
|04/10/2011||€117 million||The jackpot rolled over and was won by Dave and Angela Dawes from the UK.|
|10/05/2011||€121 million||The jackpot was won by the second draw by a Spanish ticket holder.|
|01/10/2010||€129 million||The jackpot rolled over and was won on the following draw by a ticket holder from the UK.|
|05/02/2010||€129 million||On the second rollover, the jackpot was shared between two ticket holders- one Spanish winner and one UK winner.|
|18/09/2009||€100 million||A ticket purchased in France won the Superdraw jackpot on the night with no rollovers.|
|06/03/2009||€100 million||The jackpot was won on the night of the first draw and was claimed anonymously from tickets purchased in Austria and France.|