Superdraw BIG Jackpot

The Superdraw is the BIG jackpot of the Euromillions. The Jackpot start at 130 million and grow till (rollover) 240 million. The Euromillions SuperJackpot is a special type of draw within the EuroMillions lottery that usually has a much higher top prize than a standard draw.

What is the SuperJackpot?

The SuperJackpot is an event that takes place a few times a year.
The starting pot is usually much bigger than the minimum €17 million of a regular EuroMillions jackpot.
The SuperJackpot usually starts at amounts such as €100 million or €130 million, depending on how the organisers decide.

Wat is date of SuperJackpot Euromillions?

Some SuperJackpots are planned and announced months in advance, often around special occasions such as national holidays or anniversaries of the EuroMillions lottery.

Other SuperJackpots may be unplanned and arise when the normal jackpot has not been won for a certain period of time. In such a case, the accumulated jackpot is converted into a SuperJackpot.

Participating Countries

The participating countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the UK) all contribute to the prize pool, which helps fund the huge jackpots.

Roll-Over and Roll-Down

If the SuperJackpot is not won, it can roll over to the next draw, making the jackpot even bigger. This can continue up to a certain limit, depending on the EuroMillions rules.

In some cases, if the jackpot reaches a certain limit and is not won, the prize money is distributed to the winners of the next highest prize category. This is called a ‘roll-down’.

Playing superdraw Euromillions online

Besides buying physical tickets from authorised sellers, you can also enter the SuperJackpot online. This offers the convenience of automatically checking winning numbers and instant payments of smaller prizes.

Syndicates: Many people choose to play in a syndicate for the SuperJackpot, which means they pay the cost of the

History Superdraw

  • 9 February 2007 (€100 million);
  • 28 September 2007 (€130 million);
  • 8 February 2008 (€130 million);
  • 26 September 2008 (€130 million);
  • 6 March 2009 (€100 million);
  • 18 September 2009 (€100 million);
  • 5 February 2010 (€100 million);
  • 1 October 2010 (€100 million);
  • 10 May 2011 (€100 million);
  • 4 October 2011 (€100 million);
  • 28 September 2012 (€100 million);
  • 22 March 2013 (€100 million);
  • 7 June 2013 (€100 million);
  • 15 November 2013 (€100 million);
  • 7 March 2014 (€100 million);
  • 3 October 2014 (€100 million);
  • 6 March 2015 (€100 million);
  • 5 June 2015 (€100 million);
  • 6 November 2015 (€100 million);
  • 30 September 2016 (€130 million).
  • 30 June 2017 (100 million)
  • 6 october 2017 (190 million)

Winners different countries

FAQ Superdraw

Unclear about the EuroMillions Superdraw? You shouldn’t be! We’ve solutions for your faq’s!

What’s the distinction between EuroMillions and also the EuroMillions Superdraw?

The EuroMillions Superdraw is really a special drawing that replaces the standard EuroMillions drawing. As the opening jackpot for that regular EuroMillions is €17 million, the outlet Superdraw jackpot reaches least an amazing €130 million. In the two cases there’s a jackpot cap of €240 million. To learn more concerning the regular lottery draw, see our Euro Millions Guide.

The EuroMillions Superdraw operates based on the same rules because the regular EuroMillions lottery. To sign up, all you need to do is select five primary figures (1-50), and 2 Lucky Stars (1-12).

What’s the minimum EuroMillions Superdraw?

What’s the maximum? The beginning guaranteed jackpot for any Superdraw reaches least €130 million. The utmost Superdraw jackpot is placed in the EuroMillions jackpot cap of €240 million. New cap in 2023.

The number of Superdraws each year exist? There’s no guaranteed quantity of Superdraws each year, because they are announced every so often. In each one of the years 2013, 2014, and 2015, three Superdraws required place.

How lengthy prior to the draw is really a Superdraw announced?

There’s no definite procedure controlling whenever a EuroMillions Superdraw is announced. Normally the news is released a couple of days prior to the draw is scheduled to occur.

What goes on when the Superdraw jackpot isn’t won?

When the Superdraw isn’t won, the jackpot prize will rollover to another EuroMillions drawing. It’ll keep moving over before the jackpot is won, or until it reaches the cap of €200 million. The jackpot usually stays at this amount for four sketches. Following this, when the jackpot isn’t won, the prize money will roll lower to become divided one of the winners from the next greatest prize tier.