EuroMillions Superdraw Announced for Friday 6th November
Millions of people across the UK and Europe will be dreaming big early next month as they snap up tickets for the next EuroMillions Superdraw, set for Friday 6th November. There will be a guaranteed €100 million (approximately £71 million) on the line that night regardless of the jackpot’s value in the previous game.
Superdraws are held occasionally throughout the year, offering a guaranteed prize of €100 million on the night. Should no player be able to match the entire winning line that evening, the EuroMillions jackpot will roll over until it is either won or hits the jackpot cap of €190 million. The last Superdraw, held on Friday 5th June of this year, was not won in the draw and rolled over twice before an anonymous British player grabbed a cool £93.3 million (€129.2 million).
The odds of winning the EuroMillions jackpot, Superdraw or otherwise, currently stand at 1 in 116,531,800. If that figure makes you feel a bit hopeless, you can remedy the situation by joining a EuroMillions syndicate to better your chances of bagging any prize. Playing in groups gives you more entries without all the associated costs of extra tickets, reducing the long odds associated with winning big. All syndicate members share any prizes won, spreading the joy of winning lottery prizes to even more people! You can start a syndicate yourself, or even join one online for the utmost convenience, if you’re keen to get your hands on a slice of that Superdraw cash. Just visit the Syndicates section to learn more.
While there may be a month to go before the next EuroMillions Superdraw, don’t fret - tonight’s game will feature a fresh top prize of £11 million (€15 million) after a single UK player scooped the jackpot in last Friday’s game. It might even be the perfect time to start that syndicate you were always talking about but never sorted! You can buy EuroMillions tickets online or from authorised retailers up until 7.30pm BST (8.30pm CEST) tonight.Tuesday 6th October 2015
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