Take part in the EuroMillions Superdraw by playing online from anywhere in the world. Here’s everything you need to know about these special draws, the amazing jackpots they offer and how to buy your tickets online.
What is the EuroMillions Superdraw?
The EuroMillions Superdraw is an event draw hosted by the EuroMillions lottery that offers huge jackpots of at least €130 million. The announcement is made a few weeks before the event. This way, you have all the time you need to put in your tickets for the big game. The EuroMillions hosts Superdraws a few times a year, but they are not usually linked to any special events.
When Is the Next EuroMillions Superdraw?
The next EuroMillions SuperDraw will be held on Friday, February 4th 2022. The starting jackpot will be of €130 million. This is the first EuroMillions SuperDraw of 2022.
They year 2021 hosted four such special events. The first one took place on February 5th 2021. The jackpot was not won in the draw. After a few rollovers, the jackpot got to €210 million. This amazing amount was won on a single ticket from Switzerland in the draw of February 26th 2021. The second SuperDraw of 2021 was held on June 4th. The guaranteed jackpot of €130 million was scooped by a lucky ticket owner from the UK.
The EuroMillions SuperDraw held on Friday, September 24th 2021 displayed starting jackpot was of €130 million. After a rollover streak, the final jackpot won in the draw of October 15th by a French ticket holder was of €220 million. This was the third EuroMillions SuperDraw of 2021.
The last EuroMillions SuperDraw of 2021 was held on Friday, December 3rd, 2021. The starting jackpot was of €130 million. After one rollover, it was won in the draw of Tuesday, December 7th. The final jackpot was worth €143 million. This astronomical amount was won by a ticket holder from Spain.
|December 3rd, 2021||€130 Million||€143 Million||1 – Spain|
|September 24th, 2021||€130 Million||€220 Million||1 – France|
|June 4th, 2021||€130 Million||€130 Million||1 – UK|
|Feb 5th, 2021||€130 Million||€210 Million||1 – Switzerland|
|Nov 20th, 2020||€130 Million||€200 Million||1 – France|
|Sep 25th, 2020||€130 Million||€130Million||1 – Spain|
|Jul 3rd, 2020||€130 Million||€144 Million||1 – Spain|
|Feb 7th, 2020||€130 Million||€130 Million||1 – Spain|
|Oct 4th, 2019||€100 Million||€190 Million||1 – UK|
|Jun 7th, 2019||€130 Million||€139 Million||1 – UK|
|Feb 1st, 2019||€120 Million||€175 Million||1 – Ireland|
|Sept 21st, 2018||€130 Million||€162 Million||1 – Switzerland|
|Apr 20th, 2018||€130 Million||€138 Million||1 – UK|
|Sept 25th, 2017||€130 Million||€190 Million||1 – Spain|
|Jun 30th, 2017||€100 Million||€100 Million||1 – UK|
|Sept 30th, 2016||€130 Million||€168 Million||1 – Belgium|
Where Can You Play the EuroMillions Superdraw Online?
You can buy tickets for the EuroMillions Superdraw online on theLotter, the world leading lottery messenger service. Just set up an account on the website and you can purchase your tickets there. The company’s local agents will then buy the official Superdraw tickets on your behalf from a registered retailer in one of the EuroMillions countries.
The Advantages of Playing the EuroMillions Superdraw Online
Playing the EuroMillions Superdraw online is not only more comfortable, but it can also help you increase your odds of winning the big jackpot. Here are only a few of the game options available online on theLotter that will skyrocket your chances of becoming a Superdraw winner:
Play with Syndicates – enter the Superdraw together with a group of players and increase your chances of scooping the big jackpot by playing with more tickets for an affordable price.
Play with Bundles – play with a ticket and a share in a syndicate for a diverse lottery experience in the EuroMillions. You also get a better price for both of them.
Play with Systematic Forms – use statistics to your advantage and play with every possible combination of your lucky numbers. If you match the drawn EuroMillions numbers, you will have more prize-winning tickets.
All About the Superdraw Jackpot
The jackpot for the EuroMillions Superdraw is worth at least €100 million. It will have the announced amount regardless of how big the previous jackpot gets. The first prize in regular EuroMillions draws starts out at €17 million and then it can get as high as €230 million, which is the game’s current cap as of October 2021, when the previous cap was reached. For Superdraws, jackpots are of at least €100 million, which is a significant boost.
If the Superdraw jackpot is not won, then the amount increases further in the following draws until it reaches the €230 million cap. After that, the first prize stays at the maximum amount for four more draws, at the most. If there is no jackpot winner on the fourth €230 million draw, then the entire amount is split between the winners of the following category.
EuroMillions SuperDraws FAQ
With such anticipation for these special draws, people are curious to know how to find out everything about them. We’ve answered the biggest questions about the Superdraws so that you’re ready to play.
No, there aren’t. The EuroMillions Superdraws have the same game format as the regular draws in this lottery. The numbers are drawn in the same way, from the same guess range. The only difference is the jackpot, which is higher. You still have to match the 5 main numbers and the 2 Lucky Stars to win the pot.
No, they usually aren’t. Superdraws are not hosted to celebrate a special occasion. They are held a few times a year and announced a few weeks beforehand.
No, they aren’t. As the Superdraws follow the same rules as the usual draws, the tickets are also the same. If you have an active subscription to the EuroMillions, then your tickets for the Superdraw are assured.
Who Are the Biggest Superdraw Winners?
The EuroMillions Superdraw has made quite a few winners over the years, but some of them have joined the ranks of the biggest winners in the history of this lottery. This is the Superdraw Hall of Fame! Find out the amazing stories behind the largest wins in this special lottery event!
Anonymous Winner, France – €220Million
The third SuperDraw of 2021 brought a new record jackpot and a new cap. The SuperDraw itself was held on September 24th, but nobody matched the winning numbers. As this happened draw after draw, the jackpot continued to grow, until it eventually reached the jackpot cap of €220 million. This is the amount won by a ticket holder from France in the draw of October 15th. According to the current rules of the EuroMillions lottery, once the current jackpot cap is reached, the cap jumps by €10 million, until the maximum of €250 million is reached.
Anonymous Winner, Switzerland – €210Million
The year 2021 started with a bang. Its first EuroMillions SuperDraw was held on February 5th and offered a guaranteed jackpot of €130 million. As no participating ticket matched the winning numbers of the draw on February 5th or those of the following five draws, the jackpot broke record after record and reached a final amount of €210 million. This was scooped on the draw of February 26th 2021 on a single ticket purchased in Switzerland. The winning numbers for that draw were 6, 12, 22, 29 and 33, with Lucky Stars 6 and 11.
Anonymous Winner, France – €200Million
When the EuroMillions lottery was changing the rules in February 2020, the promise was clear: more and bigger jackpots. So it happened! The year 2020 was home to four special draws that produced jaw-dropping jackpots and made some of the biggest EuroMillions winners, including the no. 1 winner of all times: a lucky ticket holder from France was matching the winning numbers of the draw help on Friday, December 11th 2020, scooping a €200 million jackpot.
2020 was a busy year for EuroMillions with 20 jackpots delivered, four of them a result of a SuperDraw. France was also the luckiest country of 2020, scooping 6 of this year’s jackpots.
Anonymous Winner, Spain – €190 Million
EuroMillions players will long remember October 6th 2017 as the day that an anonymous winner scooped the entire €190 million jackpot! Of course, since the winner is anonymous, there are questions about their identity, but in this case, there are even more questions! For one thing, the winning ticket was sold in the popular vacation destination of Gran Canaria, so while the history books record the Superdraw winner as being Spanish, there’s a good chance that the winner is a tourist from another country. How do you top that vacation? With €190 million in the bank, you can certainly try!
Anonymous Winner, Portugal – €190 Million
2014 was a busy year for Superdraws with 3 taking place that year alone. On October 3rd 2014, the third of the year took place. There were no Superdraw winners in the initial draw and the jackpot continued to roll over until it reached its cap of €190 million. On October 24th, a single Portuguese ticket holder took the entire jackpot! Considering how hard of a hit Portugal took in the financial crisis that shook the Eurozone, that lucky winner was especially lucky!
Anonymous Winner, Belgium – €168 Million
EuroMillions underwent a host of rule changes in September 2016 and celebrated the makeover with a Superdraw on 30 September. An unprecedented €130 million starting jackpot got everyone’s attention, although no one won the first draw. One lucky, anonymous Belgian scooped 2016’s only Superdraw on October 11th!