The last Superdraw was held on Friday 6th March and offered a £72.1 million (€100 million) prize that was grabbed by a Portuguese player on the night. However, Superdraw jackpots can roll over and have done so in the past, making for an exciting few draws that dance around - or hit - the jackpot cap. The Superdraw scheduled for Friday 3rd October 2014 triggered a series of rollovers that saw the top prize reach the cap of €190 million for the draw on Friday 24th October, when it was won by another Portuguese participant.
You don’t need to do anything extra to take part in a Superdraw - the price of tickets remains the same, as do the rules of the game. However, with the jackpot being so huge, you might want to consider forming a syndicate, buying additional tickets or changing up how you choose your numbers. While it all comes down to luck for every EuroMillions draw, it can’t hurt to snap up a few extra lines or club together with friends, family or coworkers when there's such a huge windfall on the line.
While the Superdraw may feel as if it’s a long way off, there will be several EuroMillions draws in between to whet your appetite for lottery games. Tonight’s game will feature a rollover jackpot worth £15 million (€21 million) after no ticket holder could clinch the top prize on Friday. Tickets can be purchased online or from authorised retailers in any of the participating EuroMillions countries. Good luck!