For those who are out of step: EuroMillions Superdraw 2017 is a special event with a guarantee of a huge jackpot. It takes place from time to time, while the next EuroMillions Superdraw dates may be announced at any moment. As a rule, there are no more than three Superdraws per year, although there was only one Superdraw in 2016. And still, EuroMillions Superdraw 2016 was indeed remarkable – the jackpot reached the amount of €168,085,323!
Just a little more about the latest Superdraws: the previous EuroMillions Superdraw 2017 was held slightly more than two months ago – on June 30. Interesting enough, the huge jackpot amounting to €100 million was won without any roll-overs – just in the first draw! What is more, there was only one lucky winner. Try to imagine this feeling!
EuroMillions Superdraw 2017: Rules of Play
EuroMillions Superdraws operate under the lottery's standard rules and the only difference is actually the size of jackpots. In other words, playing the next EuroMillions Superdraw is as simple as playing in a regular draw. Jackpots continue to grow until the lucky winner is found or until the jackpot cap is reached.
As for the rules of play, it is necessary to choose five main numbers (from 1 to 50) and two Lucky Stars (from 1 to 12). There is a couple of ways to increase your winning chances in the next EuroMillions Superdraw – players have an opportunity to select a systematic form or join the lottery's syndicate or bundle. Apart from this, it is possible to buy a multi-draw ticket and make sure you won’t miss any of the draws as the jackpot prize is rolling over. Finally, players may set a subscription for the EuroMillions Superdraw dates and receive a free bonus for every 10th ticket.
EuroMillions Superdraws: A bit of statistics
If you are still hesitating whether the game is worth the candle, pay attention to the statistics of the previous years once again. Just like EuroMillions Superdraw 2016, the entire year 2015 was comparatively calm (if the word “calm” may actually be used to describe EuroMillions jackpots). There were three Superdraws with two jackpots amounting to €100 million and £93,388,943. Even though these are by far not the largest EuroMillions jackpots, the lucky ticket holders from the UK and Portugal were mildly speaking happy. Interestingly, the third winning ticket was sold in Portugal as well and brought its lucky holder the jackpot as huge as €163,553,041!
Nevertheless, the year 2014 was even hotter. On October 3rd, 2014, the largest ever super jackpot rolled over six times and finally reached €190 million, which is actually the current jackpot cap. It was hit by only one player with their ticket purchased in Portugal (again!).
If you are interested in the very beginning of the story, the first EuroMillions Superdraw took place on February 9, 2007. Just like in case with EuroMillions Superdraw 2016, there was only one Superdraw in that year. What is interesting, only nine countries were participating at that moment. The jackpot amounting to €100 million (this was the starting sum, by the way) was won by a player from Belgium who preferred to remain anonymous. And the last interesting fact – all the Superdraws, including the next EuroMillions Superdraw, are held on Fridays.
In such a way, nobody knows when is the next EuroMillions Superdraw. Dates may be announced at any time! This may only mean one thing – you should by no means miss your chance to win. Just leave the doubts behind and join the jackpot battle in the upcoming EuroMillions Superdraw. September 2017 is going to be hot!