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Spanish player wins euromillions superdraw jackpot

The history of the EuroMillions Superdraws

Friday 25 September 2020 Yes Won by an anonymous player from Spain.
Friday 3 July 2020 No The jackpot rolled over to the next draw on Tuesday, where was won by a single ticket, owned by a player from Spain.
Friday 7 February 2020 Yes One ticket holder from Spain that night won a jackpot worth 130 million euros. This was the first Superdraw since the rules were changed to increase the jackpot cap to 200 million euros.
Friday October 4 2019 No Since as a result of a series of transfers of the prize fund from one draw to another by the time of the draw 4 October jackpot has already reached 190 million (and on 90 million Euros exceeded the minimum guaranteed Superdraw jackpot, equal 100 million euros), to form the prize fund of the game “Guess 5 rooms + 2 stars "no additional funds were required.
Friday 7 June 2019 No The jackpot rolled over to the next draw on Tuesday, where was won by a single ticket, owned by a UK player.
Friday 1 February 2019 No No one could win the jackpot tonight, after which it increased further over the next five runs, reaching the mark in 175 million. euros (152 million. pounds). The main prize was won on Tuesday 19 February single ticket from Ireland.
Friday21 September 2018 No Superdraw jackpot started from the amount of 130 million euros (near 115 million pounds) and increased during the next three draws. before the player from Switzerland took the winnings in 183 million Swiss francs (near 144 million pounds)
Friday 20 April 2018 No The jackpot rolled over to the next draw on Tuesday, where was won by a single ticket, owned by a UK player.
Friday 15 September 2017 No Jackpot was won on Tuesday 11 October by a participant from Belgium, previously reached € 168,085,323 (£153,361,048).
Friday 30 June 2017 Yes One UK ticket holder hit the jackpot of 87,570,000 pounds (100 million euros), matching all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars.
Friday 30 September 2016 of the year No The jackpot moved from one draw to another, until you reach the amount 168,085,323 euros (153,361,048 pounds) on Tuesday 11 October, and was won by a ticket, acquired in Belgium.
Friday 6 November 2015 No The super prize increased to the amount 163 553 041 € and was won by a competitor from Portugal in 20 November 2015 of the year.
Friday 5 June 2015 No The super prize increased to the amount 93 388 943 £ and was won by an anonymous participant from the UK in 12 june 2015 of the year.
Friday 6 March 2015 Yes One participant from Portugal, I guessed 5 main balls and 2 "Lucky Stars", won the super prize for 100 000 000 €.
Friday October 3 2014 No Super prize transferred 6 times after Superdraw. Maximum lottery super prize - 190 000 000 € – was won by a competitor from Portugal in 24 October 2014 of the year.
Friday 6 June 2014 No This is the first super draw, where the jackpot was canceled, which was accumulated before the circulation. On Friday, 13 june 2014 g., a ticket holder from Spain won a jackpot of 137 million.
Friday 7 March 2014 No Jackpot has been rolled over twice, after which reaching 107 million. £ was won 14 Martha 2014 of the year by a UK player named Neil Trotter (ang. Neil Trotter).
Friday 15 November 2013 Yes Won by an anonymous player from Spain.
Friday 7 June 2013 No After 5 Rollovers reaching the size of 197 million. € jackpot was split between holders of two tickets (from Belgium and Ireland), in the draw for 25 june 2013 of the year.
Friday 22 March 2013 No The jackpot has increased to 132 million. € and was won 29 Martha 2013 year ticket, bought in France.
Friday 28 September 2012 Yes Won by an anonymous player from Spain.
Tuesday October 4 2011 No In the subsequent circulation from 7 October 2011 of the year by UK players Angela and Dave Dawes (ang. Angela, Dave Dawes), the jackpot was won 101 million. £.
Tuesday 10 May 2011 No A player from Spain wins a jackpot equal to 121 million. € in the next game for 13 May.
Friday October 1 2010 no The jackpot rose to 113 million. £ and was won in the next draw for 5 October 2010 of the year as a UK player.
Friday 5 February 2010 No The jackpot has been carried over to the next draw 9 february, in which holders 2 tickets (from Spain and UK) shared the winnings 112 million. £ ( 129 million. €).
Friday 18 September 2009 Yes Won by an anonymous player from France.
Friday 6 March 2009 Yes Won by anonymous players from Austria and France.
Friday 9 February 2007 Yes Won by an anonymous Belgium player.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €17,000,000.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €960,928.77 1
Match 5 €74,603.75 3
Match 4 and 2 Stars €4,378.92 25
Match 4 and 1 Star €233.54 500
Match 3 and 2 Stars €126.55 1,288
Match 4 €75.40 1,226
Match 2 and 2 Stars €22.75 18,713
Match 3 and 1 Star €16.82 26,753
Match 3 €13.01 65,466
Match 1 and 2 Stars €12.09 99,578
Match 2 and 1 Star €8.88 406,788
Match 2 €4.26 1,043,126
Totals 1,663,467

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 29th August 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 11

1,663,467

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

22,115,737

Entries were purchased for this draw.

75 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 75 won a prize.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €40,737,694.10 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €339,641.42 4
Match 5 €19,776.59 16
Match 4 and 2 Stars €3,869.33 40
Match 4 and 1 Star €158.44 1,042
Match 3 and 2 Stars €146.22 1,576
Match 4 €35.21 3,712
Match 2 and 2 Stars €25.59 23,519
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.85 40,147
Match 3 €8.69 138,454
Match 1 and 2 Stars €13.94 122,104
Match 2 and 1 Star €9.39 544,016
Match 2 €3.60 1,744,195
Totals 2,618,825

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 30th May 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 03

2,618,825

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

31,267,334

Entries were purchased for this draw.

84 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 84 won a prize.

New EuroMillions Jackpot Cap Could Be Reached

The previous Superdraw in February took place to tie in with the biggest changes to EuroMillions in years. There was an overhaul of the prize structure, which meant that the jackpot will now reach €100 million even quicker, and it was also announced that EuroMillions Superdraws will take place more frequently every year.

One of the biggest and most exciting changes concerned the jackpot cap. Prior to February, the EuroMillions jackpot could reach a maximum of €190 million – once it reached that much it hit its cap and could not rise any higher.

The jackpot is now allowed to reach €200 million, an increase of €10 million on the previous cap. What’s more, there are new rules in place that allow it to reach even bigger amounts in the future.

When the €200 million cap is reached and the jackpot has been won, the cap will increase by another €10 million to €210 million. Once that cap has been hit and the jackpot is won again, it will increase again, and so on until it reaches a true maximum of €250 million.

Superdraws offer the best chance that the jackpot cap will be reached, because the top prize will be bumped to a guaranteed nine-figure amount – such as the €130 million on offer in July’s Superdraw – regardless of what it was in the preceding draw. That means that whole weeks’ worth of rollovers can be skipped in one go.

For example, a EuroMillions Superdraw took place on 15th September 2017 but the €130 million jackpot was not won on the night. Instead, it took just five rollovers for it to reach the €190 million cap, before it was won by a ticket holder from Spain.

Compare that to the incredible run of 18 rollovers that took the jackpot from its starting value of €17 million all the way to the €190 million cap between July and September 2019. The eventual winner got the same amount as the Spanish winner from 2017, it just took a lot longer for the jackpot to reach its maximum.

Regardless of whether it is won on the night or rolls over to its cap, the Superdraw on 3rd July is one of the most exciting events of the year for EuroMillions players. Ticket sales close around an hour before the draw is due to take place – enter in-store or online.

Why Prizes Differ Between Currencies

The Euro is the base currency for EuroMillions as it is used by seven of the nine participating countries. When a jackpot is won in the UK the equivalent figure in pounds is paid out, based on the exchange rate on the day of the draw.

For non-jackpot prizes, the amount you receive in the UK is not worked out purely on the basis of the exchange rate. Instead, a formula is in place to take into account each country’s contribution to the game.

Each country that participates in EuroMillions contributes €1.10 into the Common Prize Fund, which is used to pay out prizes to all winners. Camelot’s contribution to the Common Prize Fund is the 50% of £1.74 from every EuroMillions ticket sold.

If, using the exchange rates on the day of a draw, Camelot’s contribution to the Common Prize Fund works out at less than €1.10, prizes paid out to UK players will be reduced to compensate for the shortfall. If, on the other hand, Camelot’s contribution amounts to more than €1.10, UK winners will receive comparatively bigger prizes than winners in other countries.

To put it simply, if £1.74 is worth less than €2.20, UK winners will receive smaller prizes than those in other countries. If £1.74 is worth more than €2.20, UK players will receive more. These rules ensure that prizes are always in line with how much each participating country contributes to the Common Prize Fund.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €114,675,404.15 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €131,335.08 11
Match 5 €33,648.38 10
Match 4 and 2 Stars €4,448.23 37
Match 4 and 1 Star €180.24 974
Match 3 and 2 Stars €119.95 2,043
Match 4 €57.86 2,402
Match 2 and 2 Stars €21.83 29,316
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.14 44,697
Match 3 €11.73 109,171
Match 1 and 2 Stars €11.78 153,744
Match 2 and 1 Star €8.34 651,616
Match 2 €4.16 1,604,609
Totals 2,598,630

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 13th February 2020.

Ball Set: 07

Draw Machine: 11

2,598,630

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

33,249,387

Entries were purchased for this draw.

78 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 78 won a prize.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €17,000,000.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €482,697.74 2
Match 5 €74,950.53 3
Match 4 and 2 Stars €3,055.05 36
Match 4 and 1 Star €192.32 610
Match 3 and 2 Stars €102.79 1,593
Match 4 €77.98 1,191
Match 2 and 2 Stars €16.92 25,284
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.48 29,217
Match 3 €14.47 59,120
Match 1 and 2 Stars €8.99 134,554
Match 2 and 1 Star €7.93 457,887
Match 2 €4.79 930,343
Totals 1,639,840

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 8th August 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 11

1,639,840

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

22,218,538

Entries were purchased for this draw.

74 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 74 won a prize.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €59,503,555.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €219,096.72 4
Match 5 €40,824.10 5
Match 4 and 2 Stars €3,442.81 29
Match 4 and 1 Star €130.03 819
Match 3 and 2 Stars €95.72 1,553
Match 4 €52.89 1,594
Match 2 and 2 Stars €19.06 20,369
Match 3 and 1 Star €12.00 34,213
Match 3 €12.15 63,932
Match 1 and 2 Stars €10.25 107,168
Match 2 and 1 Star €7.27 453,352
Match 2 €4.57 886,549
Totals 1,569,587

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Monday 1st July 2019.

Ball Set: 09

Draw Machine: 01

1,569,587

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

20,170,009

Entries were purchased for this draw.

78 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 78 won a prize.

History of EuroMillions

The first EuroMillions draw was held in February 2004 and to begin with only the UK, France and Spain participated. However, following its quick success it soon expanded into Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland, cementing the EuroMillions as one of the most popular lotteries in history.

The first EuroMillions Superdraw was held in 2007 and always creates excitement for both regular lotto players and those who like to chase the big draws. No-one knows when a superdraw is going to be held until the official lottery organisation makes an announcement but don’t worry we’ll let you know as soon as we do!

Previous payouts by this lottery have been some of the biggest in Europe.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €190,000,000.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €4,698,171.87 4
Match 5 €69,827.43 8
Match 4 and 2 Stars €3,252.83 84
Match 4 and 1 Star €217.34 1,341
Match 3 and 2 Stars €114.50 3,553
Match 4 €75.16 3,070
Match 2 and 2 Stars €19.53 54,412
Match 3 and 1 Star €17.35 64,732
Match 3 €14.65 145,079
Match 1 and 2 Stars €9.15 328,406
Match 2 and 1 Star €9.26 973,849
Match 2 €5.10 2,172,833
Totals 3,747,371

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 26th December 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 03

3,747,371

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

55,199,552

Entries were purchased for this draw.

68 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 68 won a prize.

Claim Your Prize Within 180 Days

EuroMillions tickets are valid for 180 days from the date of the draw in the UK, so you have this time to come forward and claim your prize. The process for claiming prizes varies depending on whether you played online or bought your ticket from a retailer.

If you win the Superdraw jackpot, you must telephone the National Lottery to discuss when and where you would like to collect your prize in person. You will need to provide proof of your identity and complete a claim form first of all. A number of security checks will then be conducted to ensure you are the rightful owner of the winning ticket. If you have played via a retailer, you should immediately sign the back of your ticket to stop it being picked up and used by someone else.

If the claim deadline passes without you claiming you prize, the money will be donated to the Good Causes Fund.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €28,719,145.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €153,077.45 7
Match 5 €19,198.03 13
Match 4 and 2 Stars €2,774.42 44
Match 4 and 1 Star €144.52 901
Match 3 and 2 Stars €105.37 1,725
Match 4 €47.27 2,181
Match 2 and 2 Stars €21.10 22,496
Match 3 and 1 Star €14.44 34,752
Match 3 €10.90 87,132
Match 1 and 2 Stars €11.65 115,283
Match 2 and 1 Star €8.36 481,970
Match 2 €4.19 1,182,929
Totals 1,929,433

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 20th June 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 03

1,929,433

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

24,661,500

Entries were purchased for this draw.

78 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 78 won a prize.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €130,000,000.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €335,498.37 6
Match 5 €29,303.02 16
Match 4 and 2 Stars €2,364.21 97
Match 4 and 1 Star €162.43 1,506
Match 3 and 2 Stars €86.27 3,958
Match 4 €61.03 3,173
Match 2 and 2 Stars €16.22 54,988
Match 3 and 1 Star €13.64 69,133
Match 3 €12.51 142,600
Match 1 and 2 Stars €8.89 283,917
Match 2 and 1 Star €7.68 985,415
Match 2 €4.57 2,037,093
Totals 3,581,902

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 5th September 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 03

3,581,902

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

46,328,889

Entries were purchased for this draw.

77 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 77 won a prize.

Superdraw Marks New EuroMillions Era

Superdraws push the jackpot up to a guaranteed amount such as €130 million regardless of what happened in the preceding draw, so it did not matter that the top prize on Tuesday had only been worth £34 million (€40 million).

These special draws help to create some of the game’s biggest winners and are set to take place even more often under new rules that were introduced on 1st February. The latest Superdraw was scheduled to coincide with these changes.

The changes have seen the prize structure adjusted so that a higher percentage of the prize fund goes to the jackpot in every draw. The jackpot is therefore set to rise even faster from draw to draw.

The jackpot cap has also been increased to €200 million as part of the latest changes, setting up the possibility of a new record for the largest-ever win. The current record for the biggest jackpot stands at €190 million, which was most recently hit on Tuesday 8th October when someone from the UK pocketed the whole lot (worth £170 million).

Don’t Forget To Claim

If you’re not sure whether you have won a prize in the latest draw, use the EuroMillions Checker or the new EuroMillions App to compare the numbers on your ticket against the official results. Don’t forget to look at the Millionaire Maker code too, then make sure to come forward and claim in time if you are a winner.

Millions in prize money goes unclaimed every year, whether because of players forgetting to check their tickets, losing them or not realising there is a deadline for claims. The most recent UK jackpot winner, who landed £40 million on 3rd December, has still not claimed their prize more than two months later. The winning ticket, which was sold in Dorset, will expire on 31st May.

The best way to avoid missing out on prizes is to play online, as you don’t have to worry about keeping a ticket safe and will always be notified when you win. You can also take part at a time that suits you on your phone, computer or tablet, so you won’t be caught up in a queue in-store.

Whether you purchase your tickets from an authorised retailer or choose your numbers online, you can take part in Tuesday’s draw now for the chance to become the next EuroMillions winner

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €190,000,000.00 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €2,521,014.89 8
Match 5 €49,958.72 12
Match 4 and 2 Stars €2,065.04 142
Match 4 and 1 Star €191.31 1,635
Match 3 and 2 Stars €80.73 5,408
Match 4 €69.81 3,547
Match 2 and 2 Stars €14.86 76,747
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.70 76,787
Match 3 €13.92 163,897
Match 1 and 2 Stars €9.30 346,714
Match 2 and 1 Star €8.12 1,191,332
Match 2 €4.79 2,484,442
Totals 4,350,671

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Thursday 2nd January 2020.

Ball Set: 09

Draw Machine: 01

4,350,671

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

59,239,592

Entries were purchased for this draw.

73 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 73 won a prize.

When is the Next EuroMillions Superdraw?

There are currently no EuroMillions Superdraws. Check back soon.

There are typically about 3 each year, and they can come at any time. They’re usually announced a few weeks before the draw, so be sure to check in regularly with The Lottery Office to make sure you don’t miss out on the next EuroMillions Superdraw.
For every ticket you buy in our own government licensed European Millions lottery, we buy a matching ticket in the corresponding EuroMillions draw. With this system, entry in our lottery ensures you can win from the AUD$210 million Superdraws offered by the EuroMillions.

Here are the EuroMillions Superdraws results since it first started way back in 2007:

Draw Date Initial Jackpot Winning Jackpot Winner From
7 June 2019 AUD$210 million AUD$220 million UK
1 February 2019 AUD$195 million AUD$285 million Ireland
21 September 2018 AUD$210 million AUD$280 million Switzerland
20 April 2018 AUD$210 million AUD$217 million UK
15 September 2017 AUD$210 million AUD$305 million Spain
30 June 2017 AUD$156 million AUD$156 million UK
30 September 2016 AUD$210 million AUD$273 million Belgium
6 November 2015 AUD$160 million AUD$265 million Portugal
5 June 2015 AUD$160 million AUD$165 million UK
6 March 2015 AUD$160 million AUD$160 million Portugal
3 October 2014 AUD$160 million AUD$305 million Portugal
7 March 2014 AUD$160 million AUD$190 million UK
15 November 2013 AUD$160 million AUD$160 million Spain
7 June 2013 AUD$160 million AUD$305 million Belgium
22 March 2013 AUD$160 million AUD$215 million France
28 September 2012 AUD$160 million AUD$160 million Spain
4 October 2011 AUD$160 million AUD$180 million UK
10 May 2011 AUD$160 million AUD$197 million Spain
1 October 2010 AUD$160 million AUD$202 million UK
5 February 2010 AUD$160 million AUD$210 million UK & Spain
18 September 2009 AUD$160 million AUD$160 million France
6 March 2009 AUD$160 million AUD$160 million Austria & France
9 February 2007 AUD$160 million AUD$160 million Belgium

Winning EuroMillions Numbers

The winning numbers in Friday’s Superdraw were 9, 15, 17, 25, and 40, with Lucky Stars 3 and 9. It proved to be a special night for players in all nine participating countries as a host of big prizes were given away, and it was quickly announced that one ticket from Spain had snapped up the jackpot.

Go to the EuroMillions Results page for a full prize breakdown from Friday’s draw. You will find how many prizes were won in each nation, the value of all the awards and much more, including the winning Millionaire Maker code that guaranteed one UK player a £1 million windfall.

The wait now begins for the jackpot winner to come forward. They can decide to stay anonymous or go public, and can then look forward to enjoying life as Spain’s 102nd jackpot winner.

Jackpot Limit History

When EuroMillions was first presented to the public in 2004 year, lottery jackpot was capped by the maximum number of transfers - 11 time. When, if in the twelfth draw none of the participants guessed correctly 5 main numbers and 2 "Lucky stars", then the main prize will be transferred to the next prize tier, which has a winner.

In November 2009 of the year, Jackpot transfer rules have been revised and replaced with a limited jackpot(ang. Jackpot cap), equal 185 million euros. but, the rules also stated, that in case of reaching the maximum ceiling, the jackpot will be increased by 5 million euros. What happened 12 july 2012 of the year, when a couple from Scotland, Chris and Colin Weir (ang. Chris and Colin Weir), won the maximum allowed jackpot, after which the maximum amount was increased to 190 million euros.

In September 2016 r. some changes were made, so that you can generate bigger jackpots more often. One of these changes was the increase in the number of jackpot draws for the total 190 000 000 € before downgrading to a lower prize tier and splitting between ticket holders in that tier. Initially, the total prize could reach the limit and remain active for one draw before being downgraded in the second draw; however, these changes have increased the limit to four draws.

In February 2020 the EuroMillions prize distribution scheme has changed, as a result, now a larger percentage of the prize pool of each draw is credited to the jackpot. To make the prize even bigger, upper jackpot limit increased from 190 to 200 million euros. According to the new rules, the upper limit of the jackpot is increased by 10 million euros every time, when the jackpot is won or rolled over to a lower prize tier, and the absolute maximum jackpot is 250 million euros.

Saturday, 1 february 2020 of the year. EuroMillions jackpot cap increased from 190 to 200 million euros.
Saturday
24 september 2016
Jackpot cap rules have changed, which allowed the jackpot to reach 190 000 000 € and stay at this level for the next four draws, after which it must be won.
Friday
24 October 2014
EuroMillions jackpot has reached 190 000 000 € on Friday, 24 October 2014 g., and was won that evening with one ticket, bought in Portugal.
Friday
10 August 2012
Adrian and Gillian Bayford (ang. Adrian and Gillian Bayford) from the UK won a jackpot of 148 600 000£ (€190 000 000).
January 2012 Jackpot limit changed to mark 190 000 000 €.
Friday
8 july 2011
The jackpot has reached a new level 185 000 000 euro on friday, 8 july 2011 g., and was won on Tuesday, 12 july 2011 g., Chris and Colin Weir from Largs, Scotland. Jackpot in size 161 653 000 £/185 000 000 € is the largest EuroMillions jackpot in pounds sterling.
November 2009 Jackpot limit changed to mark 185 000 000 €.
Friday
17 November 2006
The EuroMillions jackpot rolled over 11 draws and was ultimately won on Friday, 17 November 2006 r. Since none of their ticket holders guessed the winning numbers, the jackpot has moved to the prize category 5 rooms + 1 Lucky Star. The jackpot was split between 20 ticket holders, each of which received a prize in the amount of 6 750 278,40 £/9 652 340,00 €.
Friday
27 january 2006
The jackpot moved during the maximum 11 draws and was won on Friday, 3 february 2006 g., three ticket holders. Of the three jackpot winning tickets, two were bought in France, and the third in Portugal. Each of the winners won a prize of 61 191 026 €.
February 2004 The transition limit is 11.

Same Format As a Normal Draw

The upcoming Superdraw is the second one to be held in 2018 and, if the top prize is won on the night, it’s important to know the steps you need to take to claim your prize. Superdraws have the same format as any normal EuroMillions draw; tickets cost the same and you still need to match all five numbers and two Lucky Stars to scoop the jackpot.

Providing you are over 16 years of age in the UK, you can pick your numbers by filling out a playslip at any authorised ticket retailer for £2.50 per line, or by joining an online syndicate. You will still receive free entry into the supplementary UK Millionaire Maker draw as normal, which will be held following the Superdraw.

The additional money needed for the Superdraw jackpot comes from the EuroMillions Booster Fund. Almost five percent of the prize fund from every EuroMillions draw is put towards the Booster Fund, which is also in place to ensure the usual minimum £14 million jackpot can always be met.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €81,747,156.60 Rollover! 0
Match 5 and 1 Star €238,382.07 4
Match 5 €111,043.80 2
Match 4 and 2 Stars €4,023.33 27
Match 4 and 1 Star €159.82 725
Match 3 and 2 Stars €106.69 1,516
Match 4 €67.65 1,356
Match 2 and 2 Stars €19.23 21,973
Match 3 and 1 Star €14.61 30,577
Match 3 €14.08 60,008
Match 1 and 2 Stars €9.85 121,307
Match 2 and 1 Star €7.72 464,477
Match 2 €4.93 894,517
Totals 1,596,489

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Monday 7th October 2019.

Ball Set: 09

Draw Machine: 01

1,596,489

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

21,945,415

Entries were purchased for this draw.

73 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 73 won a prize.

Prize Breakdown

Numbers Matched Prize Per Winner Total Winners
Match 5 and 2 Stars €25,024,461.00 1
Match 5 and 1 Star €244,572.66 3
Match 5 €18,987.92 9
Match 4 and 2 Stars €3,214.93 26
Match 4 and 1 Star €184.22 484
Match 3 and 2 Stars €107.10 1,162
Match 4 €63.08 1,119
Match 2 and 2 Stars €19.79 16,424
Match 3 and 1 Star €15.85 21,674
Match 3 €12.60 51,594
Match 1 and 2 Stars €10.99 83,651
Match 2 and 1 Star €8.54 322,911
Match 2 €4.37 775,242
Totals 1,274,300

The single winning jackpot ticket matching 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars was purchased in France.

EuroMillions prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the draw date, so tickets purchased for this draw were valid until Monday 5th August 2019.

Ball Set: 03

Draw Machine: 11

1,274,300

Tickets won a prize in this draw.

16,886,490

Entries were purchased for this draw.

75 in 1,000

For every 1,000 tickets bought, 75 won a prize.

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