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Second EuroMillions Superdraw of 2024 Set for 15th March

Last Updated: Tuesday 5th March 2024, 14:23

There will be another chance to try and win a EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot on Friday 15th March, with the top prize set to be raised to around £110 million.

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Tonight's EuroMillions Jackpot:
£14 Million

    When a Superdraw is scheduled, it does not matter if the jackpot is much lower in the preceding draw - or even if it gets won. Money is taken out of the Reserve Fund to bump up the jackpot to the advertised amount.

    The enhanced jackpot is the only difference to a normal draw. If there are no winners on the night, the jackpot rolls over and there’s even more up for grabs next time.

    The jackpot could keep growing up to €250 million (approximately £213 million), at which point it would be capped and could not go any higher. 

    Another Chance for UK Success

    After the first Superdraw of the year rolled over, two tickets matched all the numbers in the next draw on Tuesday 30th January. One was purchased in Spain, and the other was bought in the UK.

    Each ticket was worth more than £61 million, and it was revealed a couple of weeks later that the UK entry belonged to Richard and Debbie Nuttall from Colne in Lancashire.

    The couple decided to shun anonymity and instead told their story at a press event at Mitton Hall Hotel in Clitheroe. They revealed that they had found out about their big win whilst on holiday in Fuerteventura, and faced an anxious wait to speak to National Lottery officials as the phone signal was so poor.

    Having had the win confirmed, Richard bought a new set of golf clubs and Debbie a new hairdryer. They are now on the lookout for a big new house, plus a holiday home in Portugal.

    What To Do If You Win

    Everyone who wins has the choice over whether to go public or keep it private. Many lucky players like to travel the world, buy new homes and retire from work if they can.

    The first step, though, is to check the results after a draw to find out if you have won. You can then claim your money, which is a simple process regardless of whether you win a few pounds or a big jackpot.

    It could be that another UK player ends up grabbing the next Superdraw jackpot, so make sure to pick up a ticket from an authorised retailer or take part online.

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