02 March 2015
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Superdraw - the massive lottery winning opportunity for EuroMillions players that could see one lucky lotto fan becoming a multi-millionaire overnight! That's because the Superdraw is no ordinary draw. Oh no - it's a massive jackpot event with a minimum of €100 million up for grabs! So if your bank account could do with a €100 million or a £75.5 million cash injection, then the EuroMillions Superdraw is where you need to be this weekend!
Set to take place on the evening of Friday, 6 March, the first Superdraw of 2015 looks to be a momentous occasion, and one that you don't want to miss out on. Since its inception in 2007, the EuroMillions Superdraw has been held a total of 14 times, usually to celebrate an anniversary or a special occasion. By now lottery fans know to keep their ears to the ground, because a EuroMillions Superdraw announcement could happen at any time - and that's exactly what the first quarter of 2015 has brought with it!
So why is it called a Superdraw? Because it's got a super jackpot to give away, that's why! Traditionally EuroMillions Superdraw jackpots start at a €100 million minimum (yes, minimum), and can reach even higher totals in the case of a rollover. So whether you play the Superdraw on the original draw night, or on a rollover night, you're guaranteed to be playing for a colossal jackpot no matter what!
If you've never played the EuroMillions Superdraw before, you may not be overly familiar with how it works. Essentially, EuroMillions Superdraw dates are announced on an ad hoc basis, and, as previously stated, bring with them an automatic €100 million starting jackpot. Get all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars on the night, and you'll lay claim to the massive prize. If the jackpot goes unclaimed, however, the pot will rollover to the next EuroMillions draw date, and increase accordingly. If there are no top prize winners again, the jackpot will continue to rollover until it reaches its jackpot cap of €190 million.
Believe it or not, it's happened before - and in the most recent Superdraw in fact. After not one, but SIX rollovers in October, the Superdraw jackpot finally reached its huge €190 million cap when it was won by a single ticket holder from Portugal. In fact in each of its three drawings in 2014, the Superdraw went to rollovers, making eventual mega millionaires out of each of its final lucky winners.
That's not to say the Superdraw can't be won on the actual draw night though. Since its first drawing in 2007, the Superdraw has been won on draw night a total of 5 times - and you could soon be making it lucky number six!
So don’t miss out! Get ready for spectacular Superdraw excitement on Friday night and buy your lucky EuroMillions ticket from GiantLottos.com in time for all the jackpot hysteria. Seven numbers later and you could be the next winner to make EuroMillions Superdraw history!