In the upcoming Superdraw, the draw format will be the same as usual, with the only difference being the guaranteed jackpot amount up for grabs. If no player manages to win the jackpot by matching all five main numbers and the two Lucky Stars drawn, the top-tier prize will roll over and increase in value for the next draw.
There are still five normal EuroMillions draws to go before the Superdraw takes place and tomorrow night’s game will give players the chance to win an impressive £58 million (€73 million) jackpot after no player in Friday’s draw managed to match all seven numbers drawn. It will be interesting to see if any player can break the current rollover cycle and scoop the top-tier prize, thus becoming the first EuroMillions jackpot winner of September. Tickets for the draw are available to purchase now and sales will close at 19.30 BST (20.30 CEST) tomorrow evening. Good luck!
WorldLottery.net will bring you further information on the Superdraw closer to the time of the draw, so please keep an eye on our News Page over the coming weeks. For further information on EuroMillions Superdraws, including previous winners, visit the EuroMillions Superdraw page on Euro-Millions.com.
*The jackpot is a guaranteed €100 million and the sterling value will depend on the exchange rate.