EuroMillions Superdraw Worth €100 Million Planned for Friday 30th June
Last Updated: Tuesday 6th June 2017, 14:07 pm
EuroMillions players will be given the chance to win €100 million on Friday 30th June, thanks to the game’s next Superdraw. It will be the first such jackpot event since 30th September 2016, when the enhanced prize began rolling and a Belgian player eventually picked up €168 million three draws later.
Superdraws are held every so often across the year and provide guaranteed nine-figure jackpots. If they are not won, they roll like a regular jackpot until someone matches all seven numbers. The jackpot in the EuroMillions Superdraw on 6th November 2015 rolled until Friday 20th November, when a Portuguese participant claimed €163.5 million. A Superdraw scheduled for 6th June 2014 had to be cancelled after the jackpot naturally grew past €100 million before it took place.
Visit the Superdraws page to find out how they work and how the boosted prizes are funded.
The timing of the draw could see two nine-figure amounts won in the same month, after a Belgian ticket holder won €153.8 million last Friday. That sum had built organically, following a run of 14 rollovers, and is the biggest prize given away this year. The successful player has yet to make contact with the country’s National Lottery, although they have 20 weeks from the date of the draw to do so.
EuroMillions fans will be eagerly marking the event on 30th June in their diaries, but you can still win fantastic prizes every Tuesday and Friday, with a jackpot that never drops below €17 million. You can choose EuroMillions numbers online ahead of the next draw, or visit retailers in any of the nine participating countries to get involved.