The last EuroMillions Superdraw took place on Friday 3rd October 2014, after which the jackpot rolled over six times before reaching its cap of €190 million. The top prize was eventually won on Friday 24th October by a Portuguese player. On Friday 6th June 2014, there was due to be a Superdraw but the jackpot naturally rolled to more than €100 million before the draw took place. A Spanish ticket holder matched all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars a week later, banking €137 million in the process.
The last time a UK player scooped a Superdraw-boosted jackpot was in March 2014. The €100 million prize pot rolled over twice after the Superdraw on Friday 7th March, with mechanic Neil Trotter from Surrey claiming £107.9 million on Friday 14th March.
Superdraws are called from time to time and work in exactly the same way as a regular draw, with the only difference being the huge guaranteed jackpot. To find out more about these special events and their history, visit the EuroMillions Superdraw page of Euro-Millions.com.
There is just over a month to wait for the Superdraw, but EuroMillions regularly offers big money prizes, including a minimum jackpot of €15 million (£11 million) this Friday night. In addition, one UK player will win £1 million on Millionaire Maker and a French player will snap up €1 million thanks to My Million. Tickets are on sale now either online or from authorised retailers across the continent.