The EuroMillions Superdraw is the biggest lottery event in the whole of Europe. Why? Because of the jackpots, of course. Held a few times a year, these special draws bring huge jackpots of at least €100 million. Normally, the first prize can only get to such amounts after a long series of rollovers, but with Superdraws, it can happen from one draw to another! Here is everything you need to know about these exciting events!
What Is a EuroMillions Superdraw Anyway?
The EuroMillions Superdraw is just like a regular draw, except it comes with an enormous jackpot. Regardless of the amount of the previous first prize, for the Superdraw, the jackpot is at least €100 million. For some of the Superdraws, the jackpots were €120 million or even €130 million.
- Superdraws follow the same rules as the regular draws.
- You still have to guess all the 5 main numbers and both the Lucky Stars to win.
- The only difference is the size of the jackpot, which is guaranteed to be at least €100 million.
- If there is no jackpot winner on the Superdraw, the jackpot rolls over.
- Superdraws are announced a few weeks ahead so that you have time to buy EuroMillions tickets.
When is the Next EuroMillions Superdraw?
At the moment, there is no EuroMillions Superdraw set to take place. The latest special event was scheduled for October 4th, 2019, but the jackpot before this draw actually reached the €190 million cap, which was far larger than the announced €100 million. The EuroMillions officials decided to use the Superdraw funds to host the even later on. The date of the upcoming Superdraw will be announced and we will keep you updated with the latest info!
Play the EuroMillions Superdraw Online
We will keep you posted about the upcoming Superdraw. You will know a few weeks ahead so that you have plenty of time to buy your Superdraw tickets online! Just like regular draws, you can try EuroMillions syndicates, bundles, or systematic forms to boost your chances of winning the big jackpot.
Are there any special rules for EuroMillions SuperDraws?
These special events operate under the same rules and regulations as the regular EuroMillions draws, the only difference is the guaranteed jackpot amount. Read more details about how to play EuroMillions online here.
What happens if the Superdraw jackpot is not won?
If no one matches the 5 main numbers and the 2 Lucky Stars on the Superdraw, then the jackpot will rollover to a larger amount for the following draw. It can continue to grow until it reaches the €190 million cap.
How many Superdraws are there in a year?
The EuroMillions organizes about 3 Superdraws per year, but there is no official rule regarding the frequency of these special events. The first such European lottery event of the year usually takes place in February or March. The second one is typically announced in June and there is often a third Superdraw in the fall, usually around October.
How long in advance is a Superdraw announced?
There are no rules regarding the moment when a EuroMillions Superdraw is announced. Usually, the news is released a few weeks before the special event takes place.
What is the difference between EuroMillions Superdraws and Event Draws?
Both of them represent special lottery events, usually featuring a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million. The main difference between EuroMillions Superdraws and Event Draws is what happens if nobody wins the jackpot that draw. If nobody has the winning numbers for the first prize, the Superdraw jackpot rolls over and can go on until it reaches the €190 million cap, but that is not the case with Event Draws. Without a jackpot winner, the entire amount of the first prize passes down to the following category that has winners.
EuroMillions Superdraw History
We’ve made a list of all the Superdraws ever held in the EuroMillions lottery. In the table below, you can find the updated list including the announced jackpot, the final jackpot after all the rollovers, and some information about the winners.
|Superdraw Date||Initial jackpot||Final jackpot||Rollovers||No.
|June 7, 2019||€130 million||€139 million||1||1||UK|
|February 1, 2019||€120 million||€176 million||5||1||Ireland|
|September 21, 2018||€130 million||€162 million||4||1||Switzerland|
|April 20, 2018||€130 million||€138 million||1||1||UK|
|September 15, 2017||€130 million||€190 million||6||1||Spain|
|June 30, 2017||€130 million||€100 million||0||1||UK|
|September 30, 2016||€130 million||€168 million||3||1||Belgium|
|November 6, 2015||€100 million||€163 million||4||1||Portugal|
|June 5, 2015||€100 million||€129 million||2||1||UK|
|March 6, 2015||€100 million||€100 million||0||1||Portugal|
|October 3, 2014||€100 million||€190 million||6||1||Portugal|
|June 6, 2014||€106 million||€137 million||2||1||Spain|
|March 7, 2014||€100 million||€129 million||2||1||UK|
|November 15, 2013||€100 million||€100 million||0||1||Spain|
|June 7, 2013||€100 million||€187 million||5||2||Belgium & Ireland|
|March 22, 2013||€100 million||€132 million||2||1||France|
|September 28, 2012||€100 million||€100 million||0||1||Spain|
|October 4, 2011||€100 million||€117 million||1||1||UK|
|May 10, 2011||€100 million||€121 million||1||1||Spain|
|October 1, 2010||€100 million||€129 million||1||1||UK|
|February 5, 2010||€100 million||€129 million||1||2||Spain & UK|
|September 18, 2009||€100 million||€100 million||0||1||France|
|March 6, 2009||€100 million||€100 million||0||2||Austria & France|
|February 9, 2007||€100 million||€100 million||0||1||Belgium|