EuroMillions Superdraws are held at various points throughout the year, offering a guaranteed jackpot that draws out lottery fans in droves to purchase entries. The last Superdraw was held on Friday 5th June 2015 and rolled over twice before a British player bagged £93.3 million (€129.2 million) on Friday 12th June. The Superdraw doesn’t have to be won on the night; if no one matches the entire winning line tomorrow, the jackpot will keep rolling until it is eventually won or it hits the jackpot cap of €190 million.
While some players might be buying extra tickets for themselves tomorrow, justifying the cost with the knowledge that they stand to scoop an enormous sum of cash, others will be clubbing together with friends, family and coworkers to form lottery syndicates. While any prizes won in a syndicate do have to be shared equally with all members, the added chances of winning for a reduced price presents an extremely attractive strategy for EuroMillions players.
You can even join online lottery syndicates, where you purchase shares in tickets without having to do all the legwork of starting your own group. Once the shares have been purchased, a local agent buys tickets on behalf of the syndicate, scans them and uploads copies into players’ online accounts. Any prizes won are divided equally and paid out after the draw. You don’t have to worry about calculating anyone’s slice of the prize or quibbling over who holds the tickets - all the hard work is done for you.
No matter how you choose to take part in tomorrow’s EuroMillions Superdraw, make sure you buy tickets online or from authorised retailers before 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET), or else you’ll miss out on your chance to beat the odds and become the big-ticket winner. Good luck and have fun!