EuroMillions Superdraws are special events which offer fantastic guaranteed jackpots. They are usually scheduled a few times a year and raise the top prize to a fixed, nine-figure amount regardless of whether or not anyone won in the previous draw.
Superdraws operate under the same rules as regular draws, meaning that if nobody wins the jackpot it will roll over to the next game and grow even larger. The only difference is the size of the top prize.
Here is a full list of all the Megadraws to have taken place:
|Date of Superdraw||Jackpot||Jackpot Won on Night?|
|21st September 2018||€130 million||No|
|20th April 2018||€130 million||No|
|15th September 2017||€130 million||No|
|30th June 2017||€100 million||Yes|
|30th September 2016||€130 million||No|
|6th November 2015||€100 million||No|
|5th June 2015||€100 million||No|
|6th March 2015||€100 million||Yes|
|3rd October 2014||€100 million||No|
|7th March 2014||€100 million||No|
|15th November 2013||€100 million||Yes|
|7th June 2013||€100 million||No|
|22nd March 2013||€100 million||No|
|28th September 2012||€100 million||Yes|
|4th October 2011||€100 million||No|
|10th May 2011||€100 million||No|
|1st October 2010||€100 million||No|
|5th February 2010||€100 million||No|
|18th September 2009||€100 million||Yes|
|6th March 2009||€100 million||Yes|
|9th February 2007||€100 million||Yes|
The first Megadraw took place on Friday 9th February 2007 and offered a jackpot of €100 million. A player from Belgium matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars to win the money on the night. There has continued to be at least one Megadraw every year since, and the top prize often rolls over, creating some of the largest prizes ever seen on the game.
In June 2013, an Irish player and a Belgian player split a rollover Megadraw jackpot worth €187 million. Each ticket holder received €93.9 million, and the Irish winner, who purchased their ticket in Dublin, chose to remain anonymous.
The Reserve Fund
The money for Megadraws comes from the EuroMillions Reserve Fund. A fixed percentage of the prize fund, 4.8%, is always kept in reserve to ensure there is enough money in the pot for minimum jackpots of €17 million and to provide special events from time to time. In some instances, the amount of money diverted to the Reserve Fund may increase to 21%. Visit the EuroMillions Prizes page to find out more about the Reserve Fund.