EuroMillions Superdraw Set for Friday 30th June
Last Updated: Tuesday 6th June 2017, 13:14 pm
A EuroMillions Superdraw worth €100 million (currently around £85 million) will take place on Friday 30th June, offering another gigantic jackpot prize just four weeks after a Belgian player scooped £134.8 million on Friday 2nd June.
Superdraws are held occasionally throughout the year and offer enhanced set jackpots, regardless of what happens in the previous draw. The last Superdraw was held in September 2016, with the top prize rolling before finally being won by a man from Brussels on Tuesday 11th October. The Robert De Niro fan collected a bounty worth £153.3 million.
Although many Superdraw jackpots roll over to even bigger sums, some players have been lucky enough to pocket the cash on the night. On Friday 6th March 2015, a Portuguese player became €100 million (£72.1 million at the time) richer after matching all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars, whilst a Spanish ticket holder picked up the same Euro amount in the Superdraw on Friday 15th November. On that occasion, the exchange rate meant the sterling prize was worth £83.8 million. You can find out more about Superdraws at the dedicated page.
EuroMillions fans are only just recovering from the excitement of the recent run of 14 rollovers, which saw the top prize hit nine figures for the first time this year. Friday’s winner is yet to come forward, but their prize could well be eclipsed in July if the jackpot on Friday 30th June sparks another winless streak.
You don’t need to wait for the next Superdraw to win a life-changing amount of cash, with EuroMillions providing jackpots worth at least £14 million twice a week. You can choose your numbers online or visit an authorised retailer to pick up physical tickets. Good luck!