Offering jackpots of over £100 million (usually 130 million Euros), EuroMillions Superdraws (also known as Jackpot Event draws in the UK) take place on occasions throughout the year to offer exciting big jackpots for players in all participating countries.
Regardless of whether or not the jackpot is won in the draw prior to a Superdraw, the prize fund is boosted to the guaranteed advertised amount for the following draw.
When Is the Next Superdraw?
The date for the next Superdraw has not yet been announced.
Once confirmed, the date and jackpot amount will be displayed here.
When Was the Last Superdraw?
The last Superdraw took place on Friday 1st February 2019 with a guaranteed minimum jackpot of €120 million. In the UK, this was estimated at £105 million prior to the draw. There were no jackpot winners on the night, which meant that the top prize rolled over to the following draw.
How It Works
Superdraws work in the same way as a standard EuroMillions draw - you select five numbers from 1-50 and two Lucky Stars from 1-12. Tickets cost £2.50 per line and you still receive a Millionaire Maker entry for every line of numbers you purchase.
The funds for a Superdraw come from the EuroMillions Reserve Fund, which takes 4.8% of the Common Prize Fund in all regular EuroMillions draws. This fund can also be used for other promotional purposes, such as European Millionaire Maker draws and the value of prizes in any category.