The special draw will be the second of its kind this year; the first took place on 7th March but with no jackpot winner in the draw, the top tier prize rolled over twice to reach £107 million (€129 million) before being won by UK ticket holder Neil Trotter on 14th March.
As the upcoming Superdraw jackpot will be the largest seen since Trotter’s win, demand for tickets is expected to soar as the date approaches. With a guaranteed jackpot at stake, we advise players who wish to participate in the draw to purchase their EuroMillions tickets in plenty of time to avoid the last-minute rush. Further information on Superdraws can be found on Euro-Millions.com.
If you can’t wait until then, lottery draws taking place this weekend include the EuroMillions draw with a £48 million (€59 million) jackpot and the US Mega Millions draw with a US$15 jackpot both taking place this evening. Tomorrow night’s draws include SuperEnalotto with a €20.8 million jackpot and the UK Lotto with an estimated £4.3 million jackpot.
Whichever games you choose to play this weekend, the WorldLottery.net team wishes you the best of luck.
*The jackpot is worth a guaranteed €100 million and is estimated at £80 million based on the exchange rate.
Written by Grace Mee