In every EuroMillions draw the jackpot is worth a minimum of €15 million but when a special EuroMillions Superdraw takes place, the minimum jackpot increases to €100 million. EuroMillions Superdraws are often held as a way to celebrate a certain event and offer a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million, equating to £80 million depending on the exchange rate, regardless of whether the top prize is won in the preceding draw.
A Superdraw jackpot is made up of funds from the EuroMillions Reserve Fund. For each EuroMillions draw, a total of 8.6% of the Common Prize Fund is added to the Reserve Fund and is used for special draws or to increase the value of the jackpot in a normal EuroMillions draw.
How Superdraws Work
The same rules apply for a Superdraw as they would for a regular EuroMillions draw, the only difference is that the minimum jackpot is increased. Superdraw tickets are purchased in the same way that standard EuroMillions tickets are, with players selecting five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 11.
In the event that no ticket holder matches all seven numbers drawn to win the Superdraw jackpot, the top prize will roll over to the following draw. This will happen until a player is able to match all seven numbers drawn or if the jackpot reaches the cap of €190 million. Should this happen, the jackpot can stay at €190 million for a maximum of two draws and, if there is still no top prize winner after the second draw, the jackpot prize will roll down and be shared between players in the next winning prize tier.
Previous EuroMillions Superdraws
|Date of Superdraw||Jackpot Won in Draw||Location of Winning Ticket||Additional Information|
|6th June 2014||N/A||N/A||Upcoming EuroMillions Superdraw with a guaranteed jackpot of £80 million (€100 million)|
|7th March 2014||No||N/A||The jackpot rolled over twice to reach £107 million (€129 million) and was won by Neil Trotter in the UK|
|15th November 2013||Yes||Spain||Prize claimed anonymously|
|7th June 2013||No||N/A||The jackpot rolled over five times to reach £159 million (€187 million) and was shared between two ticket holders from Belgium and Ireland on 25th June 2013|
|22nd March 2013||No||N/A||The jackpot, which reached £112 million (€132 million), was won on 29th March by a French ticket holder|
|28th September 2012||Yes||Spain||Prize claimed anonymously|
|4th October 2011||No||N/A||In the following draw, Angela and Dave Dawes from the UK won the jackpot worth £101 million (€117 million)|
|10th May 2011||No||N/A||A Spanish ticket holder won the jackpot worth £105 million (€121 million) in the following draw|
|1st October 2010||No||N/A||The jackpot increased to £113 million (€129 million) in the next draw and was won by one UK ticket holder|
|5th February 2010||No||N/A||The jackpot rolled over to the following draw where two ticket holders from Spain and the UK shared the jackpot of £112 million (€129 million)|
|18th September 2009||Yes||France||Claimed anonymously|
|6th March 2009||Yes||Austria and France||Claimed anonymously|
|9th February 2007||Yes||Belgium||Claimed anonymously|
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