The draw format will be unchanged with the only difference being the guaranteed jackpot amount on offer. If no ticket holder matches all five main numbers and the two Lucky Stars drawn to win the Superdraw jackpot, the top prize will roll over to the next draw.
The last time a EuroMillions Superdraw took place was on Friday 15th November 2013 and one Spanish ticket holder matched the winning numbers to scoop the entire top prize. This is the first EuroMillions Superdraw of the year and as it gives players the chance to win the largest jackpot seen in the game since 7th January 2014, demand for tickets is expected to soar in advance of the draw.
There are still four normal EuroMillions draws before the Superdraw and tonight’s draw gives players the chance to win a £20 million (€25 million) jackpot after players in Tuesday’s draw failed to match the winning numbers. For your chance to win the jackpot or one of the many other prizes up for grabs tonight, make sure you have your EuroMillions tickets ready.
For further information on EuroMillions, including how to play and the latest results, visit Euro-Millions.com.
*The jackpot is a guaranteed €100 million and the sterling value will depend on the exchange rate.
Written by Grace Mee