If you’re interested in getting the big jackpots now is the time to try your luck at the EuroMillions Superdraw! The beauty about the EuroMillions lottery is the huge jackpots it hosts. That and the fact that it boasts pretty good winning odds beginning at 1:23 for a secondary prize. So even if you don’t get the big bucks you have a pretty good chance of at least winning something.
The EuroMillions is drawn twice a week, on a Tuesday and Friday evening. The up and coming EuroMillions Superdraw on the 15th of September is specially exciting because its worth €130 million! If you’re a Yank at current exchange rates (when this post was published) that equates to US$155,448,800! For us Aussies that’s about $194,940,850! That beats the crap out of any of our Aussie jackpots.
How To Play EuroMillions Superdraw
Playing the EuroMillions is really very easy. You just select five main numbers from 1 to 50 and then two Lucky Stars from 1 to 12.
When it comes to winning the EuroMillions Superdraw you need to match the five main numbers and two Lucky Stars drawn on the night. All up there are a total of 13 prize tiers, and you can win those secondary prizes by matching as few as two main numbers.
The beauty about buying your ticket online at theLotter is you don’t have to worry about checking your ticket because they will notify you of any win. Of course if you don’t want to wait for that email you can always check online.
Another reason to try your luck with the EuroMillions Superdraw is when you purchase your Euromillions ticket you automatically take part in the Spanish El Millón raffle on Fridays, which awards one lucky ticket holder with a €1 million prize. How cool is that? For the price of one ticket you also take part in this amazing raffle.
To see all the possible winning odds for the ever popular Spanish EuroMillions lottery, just click on this link.
If you’re not a theLotter member you should seriously consider joining so you can have a go at the EuroMillions Superdraw when it goes live around the 12th September.
See this post to see how theLotter.com flew a winner to America to collect his prize.