Euromillions Superdraws or Euromillions Megadraws are special lottery events held a few times a year which offer a guaranteed minimum jackpot of AUD$200 million.
They’re usually announced only 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 big Euromillions Superdraw jackpot!
Currently there are no European Millions Superdraws, check back soon. Click play now to play other lotteries.
European Millions Results
Winning numbers for 19-Jan-2022
Prizes have been converted at the following rate: 1 EUR = 1.5760 AUD
5 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars
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4 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars
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3 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars
2 numbers + 2 Lucky Stars
3 numbers + Lucky Star
1 number + 2 Lucky Stars
2 numbers + Lucky Star
What is a EuroMillions Lotto Superdraw?
EuroMillions Superdraws (sometimes called ‘EuroMillions Megadraws’) are special events that occur sporadically throughout the year, offering a guaranteed jackpot worth a minimum of AUD$200 million. This huge prize money is offered regardless of how small the lottery jackpot is in the preceding EuroMillions draw. We don’t know of any other lottery jackpot that can jump from AUD$25 million (which is the usual minimum EuroMillions jackpot amount) to AUD$200+ million in the space of one draw. Superdraws occur in place of regular EuroMillions lotto draws (except with much more money on offer). They work in exactly the same way and you don't have to do anything differently to enter. Our matching European Millions lottery also works the same way!
When a $20 Million Superdraw Just Won’t Cut it
Unlike other Saturday lotto Superdraws, the EuroMillions version (and also our matching European Millions) is worth (approximately) a staggering AUD$210 million. In the event that nobody takes out the first prize, it rolls over to the next draw, except with an even bigger jackpot on offer! It can roll over until it hits the jackpot cap, which currently sits at AUD$355 million. This means it's no problem if it's not won... there's still another chance to win.
Matched with the EuroMillions Superdraw, It doesn't take a genius to see which Australian lotto Superdraw has the most to offer.
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 3 December 2021 AUD$200 million AUD$225 million Spain 24 September 2021 AUD$200 million AUD$345 million France 4 June 2021 AUD$200 million AUD$200 million UK 5 February 2021 AUD$200 million AUD$320 million Switzerland 20 November 2020 AUD$210 million AUD$320 million France 25 September 2020 AUD$215 million AUD$215 million Spain 3 July 2020 AUD$210 million AUD$230 million Spain 7 February 2020 AUD$210 million AUD$210 million Spain 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
As you can see the Superdraw isn’t always won straight away. Sometimes it can take a few draws. This is an excellent opportunity to watch the jackpot climb even higher, and in a couple of cases, it’s reached the EuroMillions jackpot cap, meaning it’s maxed out at its largest possible prize. Recently the jackpot cap has been extended to AUD$355 million, and will eventually be expanded to AUD$400 million. We’d love to see an Aussie or Kiwi win from the next EuroMillions Superdraw! By buying a ticket in our European Millions lottery Superdraw, you are in with a chance. Why should Europe have all the fun?
How to Win From the EuroMillions Superdraw
To take out the jackpot you will need to select 5 numbers between 1 and 50 and 2 'lucky stars' between 1 and 12. You can choose your own numbers yourself, or you can choose the 'quick play' option, where we select random numbers for you. Randomly chosen numbers have exactly the same chances of winning as numbers that you have selected yourself. Our ticket price remains the same as regular draws and they're no more difficult to win; the chances of winning remain exactly the same as any non-Superdraw jackpot. With 13 prize divisions up for grabs, you don't have to claim the main prize to walk away a winner.
Can I play the EuroMillions Superdraw from Australia or New Zealand?
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$200+ million Superdraws offered by the EuroMillions.
We buy matching tickets and pay the exact same prize money. We guarantee you will receive the full prize amount of any prizes you win.
Is there a tax on Superdraw winnings?
No. All matching tickets for the EuroMillions Superdraws are purchased where there is no tax applicable on any winnings.
There are no Australian taxes to be paid on any winnings from our lotteries, and we take no commissions on winnings.
Why play the EuroMillions Superdraw with The Lottery Office?
The Lottery Office is 100% Australian owned and operated, has been licensed and regulated by the Northern Territory Government for over 16 years and with local customer support on hand, you can rest easy that your entries will be lodged and all winnings will be paid out. In fact, our parent company have paid out millions to lottery winners so far!
EuroMillions Superdraw Facts
- The minimum jackpot is approximately AUD$210 million, no matter how small the previous jackpot was.
- It costs the same amount to play as a regular EuroMillions draw.
- The chances of winning are exactly the same as a regular EuroMillions draw.
- You enter a Superdraw in the same way as a regular draw, just make sure you select the Superdraw when you buy your European Millions tickets.
- If it’s not won, the jackpot continues to grow until it is won, until it hits the jackpot cap of AUD$355 million.
- Twice in the past, the Superdraw prize was smaller than the regular jackpot! When this happens, the planned Superdraw is cancelled. In 2014, the normal draw was worth more than the Superdraw’s AUD$160 million. In 2019, the normal draw, at an astounding AUD$305 million, was worth significantly more than the Superdraw’s AUD$160 million.
- Winnings are tax and commission free.
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