There’s a bumper week ahead for online lottery players from all over the world right here at PlayHugeLottos.com with the the world's biggest international lotto game taking place this Friday the 6th November 2015.
Getting you sitting up straight and stretching your fingers to not only play but win the world’s biggest jackpot currently taking place, we have the record-breaking 144 million Dollar Mega Millions taking place this Tuesday. Coming in at a very close second, is the American giant, Powerball at 142 million Dollars. Saving the best for last, we have the legendary EuroMillions Superdraw with a guaranteed 100 million Euro (approx. £71 million) taking place this Friday!
As seasoned online lottery players will know, it’s the EuroMillions Superdraw that takes the cake. Why? The odds of winning the jackpot of course!
Play The Lottery now
The EuroMillions lottery and especially the EuroMillions Superdraw stays a firm favourite amoungst online lottery players all over the world. This Friday, we will once again be expecting increased volumes on the website, so for this reason we would advise all our players to buy your lottery tickets as early as possible.
Why wait until Friday the 6th of November to play the lotto, when you can play right now?
Being the final Superdraw for the year, you don’t want to miss this fantastic opportunity to win a staggering 100 million Euro!
Wake up on Saturday morning 100 million Euro richer
Imagine waking up on Saturday morning €100 million richer? Your life will be completely transformed. It’s more than likely going to happened to some lucky EuroMillions ticket holder, so make sure it’s you and buy lotto ticket online now.
How the EuroMillions Superdraw works
The EuroMillions Superdraw is not a once off draw. Meaning that if no one matches all the winning numbers, the jackpot will roll over giving you another chance to win an even bigger jackpot amount.
Just hearing about the next Superdraw will already have euro lotto players wondering just how many times the Superdraw could end up rolling over for. Will it reach the jackpot cap of 190 million Euro again? If the jackpot does continue to roll until the cap is met, the Jackpot will remain at €190 million. What happens then is, that any prize money that would normally have elevated the jackpot even further, instead rolls down to the next prize tier, effectively increasing the prizes for that category. As soon as the cap's in place the EuroMillions jackpot can only rollover once more. After this, the jackpot will be won either by a ticketholder who matches all the winning numbers, or by a second tier winning ticket holder.
Will you be the next Superdraw champion? Play this incredible lottery now and find out!
The jackpot for this Tuesday the 3rd November 2015 is currently standing at €54 million. Even though it’s not €100 million Euro – it’s still no small amount! For lottery enthusiasts who would prefer to play this Friday’s €100 million jackpot now – you can skip trying to find the next draw date and play on our dedicated Superdraw page.
The Top 5 Biggest EuroMillions Winners Of All Time
If you play the EuroMillions Superdraw, and win, you could join the biggest EuroMillions winners of all time. Let’s take a look at the top 5 EuroMillions winners to date:
Adrian and Gillian Bayford, UK: €190 million – Due to the fact that UK lottery winnings are tax free, the Adrian and Gillian Bayford, from Haverhill, Suffolk, hold the current record jackpot, the maximum amount winnable since the jackpot was capped at €190 million in 2012.
Anonymous Winner from Portugal: €190 million - On the 24th of October 2014 a lucky anonymous winner again from Portugal won another massive €190 million jackpot which had rolled over six times following a recent Superdraw.
Anonymous Winners From Belgium And Ireland: €187.9 million - EuroMillions’ third largest jackpot was split by two winners, one from Limburg in Belgium and one from Dublin, Ireland. They each won a staggering €93.9 million.
Colin and Chris Weir, UK: €185 million - In 2011, Colin and Chris Weir’s €185 million jackpot win broke the record. Even though Adrian and Gillion Bayford are the biggest EuroMillions winners overall, the declining value in the Euro between 2011 and 2012 meant that, in terms of pounds Sterling, the Weirs remain the UK’s biggest EuroMillions winners with £161,653,000, compared to the Bayford’s £148,656,000.
All that remains to be seen now is, whether or not you will be the next EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot winner. Make sure you play this Friday’s guaranteed €100 million EuroMillions Superdraw now at PlayHugeLottos.com!