WATCH AS THE EUROMILLIONS JACKPOT JUMPS HIGHER, AND EVEN HIGHER!
The EuroMillions lottery often has some of the largest grand prizes of all of the European lotteries, and it has paid out some staggering prizes since its founding, with the largest pay-out of £148 million going in August 2012 to a couple from the United Kingdom. It has always been one of the most popular lottery games across its member countries, and in the UK lottery officials have even created the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle game, which makes one UK player a millionaire every single Tuesday and Friday as the main draw is made in Paris.
In less than two weeks, the EuroMillions lottery is setting out to reward its loyal lottery players by holding a very special EuroMillions SuperDraw on Friday, 7th March 2014, with a jackpot worth an incredible estimated £80 million, no matter what the value of the jackpot in the preceding draw. Even if a lucky player wins the grand prize in the draw on Tuesday, 4th March 2014, the jackpot for the following draw will not revert to its usual £10 million.
This is not the first time that EuroMillions officials have created a SuperDraw, as the last one took place on Friday, 15th November 2013 and one lucky Spanish ticket holder matched all of the main drawn numbers and both of the lucky stars to take home the entire top prize.
The format of the game will not change, despite the increment of the grand prize, and therefore, as usual, if the jackpot is not won in the draw next Friday the top prize will rollover to the next draw, creating an even more exciting and valuable lottery prize for the following European lottery draw.
There will also still be a UK EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle in the SuperDraw at the beginning of March, so that means that players in the United Kingdom will have more than one chance of becoming a lottery millionaire overnight.
Since the beginning of the year the EuroMillions lottery has only once paid out a large grand prize, and that went on the 7th January as one lucky player won an estimated prize fund of £108 million. Therefore, this SuperDraw prize will be the second largest prize since the turn of the year, and is guaranteed to create a flurry in lottery ticket purchases.
There are still two more draws to take place before the Superdraw, and with the next estimated jackpot of £34 million on Friday, 28th February, it is well worth it to get your EuroMillions tickets in advance, and see if you could become the next lottery SuperDraw winner.
You can easily purchase your EuroMillions lottery tickets online at Lottery24.com.