The Euromillions Superdraw will take place on Friday, June 7th 2019. As you may or may not know, the initial jackpot is bumped up to a staggering €130 million.
Furthermore, in case there is no jackpot winner, this amount keeps rolling over and growing. Things can get exciting pretty quickly, as the big prize gets further cash injections from the sales for every draw. These take place twice per week on Tuesdays and Fridays.
How big can the big prize get?
There is a cap on the Euromillions jackpot prize – this applies whether or not the starting amount is the regular minimum prize, or the mega Superdraw one. This means it will reach its maximum at €190 million, which isn’t really anything to complain about …
Perhaps you have already made plans for your summer holiday? I have, but would most certainly make some changes, if I happen to take home this Summer EuroMillions SuperDraw jackpot!
How about yourself, what would you do with a Euromillions windfall? Go away to the most exclusive, expensive resort you can find? Book a trip around the world and sail all seven seas? Or just take some time sitting in the back garden, letting it all sink in 🙂
When is the 2019 Euromillions Superdraw?
The initial draw takes place on a Friday, June 7th 2019. You can already pre-purchase your tickets online. Might not be a bad idea to be honest, it is the type of event you most definitely do NOT want to forget and miss out on!
If you want to up the stakes and bet on the jackpot reaching the cap, that would be a different strategy altogether. Last time the €190 million cap amount was reached, it took six rollover draws to get there. So be sure to have tickets for the June 25th drawing!
As you probably know, we have tons of information about every aspect of the Euromillions lottery dotted around the site. Our FAQ section might be a good stop, should you need further info before securing your entries in the big draw. Good luck!