All About the Superdraw Jackpot
The jackpot for the EuroMillions Superdraw is worth at least €100 million. It will have the announced amount regardless of how big the previous jackpot gets. The first prize in regular EuroMillions draws starts out at €17 million and then it can get as high as €200 million, which is the game’s established cap as of February 2020. For Superdraws, jackpots are of at least €100 million, which is a significant boost.
If the Superdraw jackpot is not won, then the amount increases further in the following draws until it reaches the €200 million cap. After that, the first prize stays at the maximum amount for three more draws, at the most. If there is no jackpot winner on the fourth €200 million draw, then the entire amount is split between the winners of the following category.
When Do Ticket Sales Close?
However you’ve chosen to take part in EuroMillions, you can find out the cutoff times for entering in the table below:
|Day||Retail Ticket||Online Ticket||Online Syndicate|
|Monday||Dependent on individual retailer opening hours||11.00pm||Available all day|
|Wednesday||Dependent on individual retailer opening hours||11.00pm||Available all day|
|Thursday||Dependent on individual retailer opening hours||11.00pm||Available all day|
|Saturday||Dependent on individual retailer opening hours||11.00pm||Available all day|
|Sunday||Dependent on individual retailer opening hours||11.00pm||Available all day|
|When ticket sales close at 7.30pm, they will reopen at 9pm the same evening for the next draw.|
How to Play EuroMillions Online in Spain
Sales of all lottery tickets, including EuroMillions, were suspended in Spain for two months during the height of the lockdown. Loterias y Apuestas, the official operator of EuroMillions in Spain, suspended all ticket sales on 15th March 2020. Tickets that had already been sold for the EuroMillions draws on 17th and 20th March remained valid, but it was not possible to purchase tickets for further draws until the suspension was lifted and sales resumed on 18th May.
Ticket sales for other lottery games in Spain also resumed at around the same time. Any lottery tickets purchased for draws that were then suspended remained valid and could be used when the rescheduled draw took place. Here’s when draws resumed: