EuroMillions Superdraws are special events which take place throughout the year and offer a guaranteed nine-figure reward. The most recent one took place on Friday 4th February 2022. The same rules and regulations apply as in regular draws; the only difference is that the jackpot amount does not depend on the previous draw result or ticket sales.
When is the next Superdraw?
The next EuroMillions Superdraw is yet to be announced. Check back here for more details once the information is available.
A Superdraw with a jackpot of £104 million was planned for 29th April, however the jackpot had naturally grown to £133 million by the time the draw came around, so the superdraw was postponed and will take place later in 2022.
How Do Superdraws Work?
These exciting draws are planned once there is enough money in the EuroMillions Reserve Fund, a fund which receives 10% of the Common Prize Fund from the first five draws in a rollover series and 18% in every draw after that until the jackpot is won.
If a Superdraw is not won on the night, the top prize will continue to roll over until someone matches all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars or until it reaches the jackpot cap of €230 million (sterling value will vary based on current exchange rates).
Previous Results & Winners
Here are details of all of the Superdraws since they were introduced in February 2007. All prize amounts were set according to the exchange rate at that time:
|4th February||A UK player won the jackpot in the first Superdraw of 2022, matching all the numbers to pocket £109.9 million and became the tenth highest lottery winner in UK history.|
|3rd December||The fourth and final Superdraw of 2021 took place on Friday 3rd December, making it the first ever superdraw to take place in the final month of the year. The jackpot rolled over on the night, before being won in the subsequent draw by a player in Spain.|
|24th September||The third Superdraw of 2021 came and went without a winner. The €130 million (£110 million) jackpot rolled over to the cap of €220 million until it was won by a single ticket from France.|
|4th June||The €130 million (£110 million) jackpot was won at the first time of asking by a single ticket holder from the UK. The lucky winner wasted little time in claiming their prize, contacting the National Lottery before the weekend was over.|
|5th February||The first Superdraw of 2021 was held on Friday 5th February. The jackpot was bumped up to €130 million (£114 million) but the draw passed without a winner and the top prize went on to reach its €210 million maximum. A single ticket holder, from Switzerland, eventually won the lot on 26th February.|
|20th November||Setting a record for the most Superdraws in a year since EuroMillions began, November's jackpot event saw another €130 million (£116.1 million) prize put into play across Europe. Unfortunately no ticket holders were able to land the grand prize on the night, resulting in a rollover. Subsequent rollovers following this meant the new cap of €200 million (£175 million) was hit for the first time since it was increased in February 2020 and was eventually won by a single ticket from France.|
|25th September||Another jackpot worth €130 million (approximately £119 million) was up for grabs in the third Superdraw of 2020. The entire amount was won by a single ticket holder from Valladolid in Spain, putting them in joint-fourth place on the list of the country's biggest ever winners.|
|3rd July||The second Superdraw of 2020 offered a prize worth €130 million (approximately £115 million). The jackpot was not won on the night and rolled over to the next draw.|
|7th February||One ticket holder in the Spanish city of Madrid collected the entire €130 million jackpot on the night of the Superdraw. It was the third-biggest EuroMillions prize to be won in Spain.|
|4th October||No additional funds were required for the Superdraw scheduled on this date. The EuroMillions jackpot reached its cap of €190 million in the draws leading up to this, surpassing the planned €100 million Superdraw jackpot.|
|7th June||No winner; the Superdraw jackpot was worth €130 million (£115 million) before it rolled over to £123 million for the following draw, when it was won by a single ticket holder from the UK.|
|1st February||No winner; the jackpot started at €120 million (£105 million) and rolled over five times to reach €175 million (£152 million). It was then won by one ticket holder in Ireland in the draw on Tuesday 19th February.|
|21st September||No winner; the jackpot started at €130 million (£115 million) and rolled over three times. A single ticket holder from Switzerland landed the entire jackpot on Tuesday 2nd October, winning CHF183 million (£144 million) before tax.|
|20th April||No winner; the jackpot was €130 million (£114 million), however, nobody was lucky enough to win on the night. A UK player then won the £121,328,187 (€138,724,202) rollover in the following draw.|
|15th September||No winner; a prize of €130 million (£114.5 million) was available, however, a winner could not be found. Following a series of rollovers, the jackpot reached its cap before a Spanish player from Gran Canaria won the full €190 million (£170 million).|
|30th June||A lucky UK player won €100 million (£87.5 million) in June’s Mega Week, two players also won £1 million each thanks to the UK Millionaire Maker draw.|
|30th September||A huge prize of €130 million (£112 million at the time) was made available. The special draw was announced as part of the changes to EuroMillions that took effect earlier that month. There was no winner, and the jackpot rolled three times before a Belgian player won £153.3 million on Tuesday 11th October.|
|6th November||No winner; the €100 million prize rolled over until the 20th November 2015 draw, when a ticket holder in Portugal scooped the €163.5 million (£114.8 million) top prize.|
|5th June||No winner; the jackpot rolled over to the following Friday draw at a value of £93.3 million and was won by an anonymous UK ticket holder.|
|6th March||The €100 million (£72.1 million) tier one prize was won on the night by a player from Portugal.|
|3rd October||No winner; the jackpot rolled to the cap of €190 million (£149.7 million) before being won by a Portuguese ticket holder on Friday 24th October 2014.|
|6th June||No winner - this was the first EuroMillions Superdraw that was superseded by the jackpot naturally rolling above €100 million before it was due to take place. It continued to roll over and reached €137.3 million (£109.5 million), which was won by a ticket holder in Spain on Friday 13th June 2014.|
|7th March||No winner; the prize money rolled over twice and was won in the UK by Neil Trotter on Friday 14th March 2014 at €129.3 million (£107.9 million)|
|15th November||One Spanish ticket holder won €100 million (£83.8 million)|
|7th June||No winner; the top prize rolled five times and was finally won by two ticket holders on 25th June 2013. One Belgian winner and one Irish winner split €187.9 million (£159.5 million).|
|22nd March||No winner; €132.4 million (£112 million) was won a week later by a French ticket holder.|
|28th September||One Spanish ticket holder won €100 million (£79.7 million).|
|4th October||No winner; the following draw’s jackpot was €117.7 million (£101.2 million) and was won by a UK ticket holder.|
|10th May||No winner; the reward for the next draw reached €121 million (£105.8 million) and was won by a Spanish ticket holder.|
|1st October||No winner; the following draw’s jackpot reached €129.8 million (£113 million) on Friday 8th October and was won by a UK ticket holder.|
|5th February||No winner; €129.6 million (£ 112 million) was the rollover amount in the next draw and was shared by two ticket holders - one Spanish winner and one UK winner.|
|18th September||One French ticket holder won €100 million (£90.7 million).|
|6th March||Two ticket holders, one from Austria and one from France, shared €100 million (£90.1 million).|
|9th February||One Belgian ticket holder won €100 million (£66.9 million).|