EuroMillions Superdraw on the Way on 4th June
The second EuroMillions Superdraw of 2021 is set to take place on Friday 4th June, with the jackpot pushed up to a guaranteed €130 million.
These Megadraws only happen a few times a year, when there is enough money in the Reserve Fund to pay for a special promotion. They can help to create some of the game’s biggest jackpots, and the last one in February even paved the way for a new record for the largest-ever win.
The jackpot started at €130 million for the Superdraw on 5th February, and just three weeks later it had reached €210 million following a run of rollovers. A lucky player from Switzerland landed the whole lot.
Irish players have also enjoyed a lot of Superdraw success over the years, including the Dublin family syndicate which landed $175 million in February 2019.
Superdraws work in the same way as regular draws - the only difference is the size of the jackpot. They are announced well in advance so that you can look forward to playing and make sure you don’t miss out.
The top prize rolls over as normal if it is not won on the night, and this time it will be able to go all the way up to €220 million. The jackpot cap increases by €10 million after each time the maximum jackpot is won, until it reaches a limit of €250 million.
The jackpot will never be lowered for a Superdraw. If it has already surpassed the advertised €130 million figure by 4th June simply as a result of rolling over, the Superdraw will be postponed and the higher amount will be carried forward until it is won.
You can enter EuroMillions every Tuesday and Friday evening to give yourself a chance to become the next jackpot winner, with one eye on the big Superdraw event on 4th June.
6th May 2021