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How to play Euromillions Superdraw? Everything you need to know

It is one of the biggest and most popular lotteries in Europe. Euromillions Superdraw jackpot 130 million to the lucky winner. Here we show you how to win.

The first EuroMillions Superdraw is this friday
The first EuroMillions Superdraw is this friday

The Euromillions Superdraw is one of the most popular lotteries in the world, the draw will take place on Friday, February 4th, 2022. And as its name says, it is a European lottery that includes nine countries of the old continent. This is the first Superdraw of the year,

But thanks to our website, it is possible to participate of this Superdraw and collect a prize from anywhere in the world. You only have to enter the Euromillions section and play. The process is easy and intuitive.

How to play Euromillions Superdraw jackpot?

Simply select five main numbers from 1 to 50, and two stars from 1 to 12 from the platform in the Euromillions section.

There is also the multiple bet mode, where you can play a minimum of 1 bet and a maximum of 5 on the same ticket.

To do this you have to choose five numbers and two stars in each block of the ticket. To play two or more bets the method is the same.

The EuroMillions is drawn in Paris every Tuesday and Friday at 21:00 Central European Time. You can purchase official EuroMillions tickets online up to 20 minutes before the draw that night.

How much does euromillions ticket cost?

The price of a Euromillions bet is €3.00. This allows you to select one of the five numbers from 1-50, plus the two stars from 1 to 12. This simple ticket, allows the possibility of aspiring to the maximum prize, in case you guess all the results.

What are the Euromillions Superdraw prizes?

The prize is 130 million euros, if there is no winner the prize will be increased to a maximum of 190 million euros.

What is the most repeated number in the Euromillions?

According to the newspaper La Información, throughout its history the Euromillions draw has been creating a list of the numbers that have appeared the most times:

Number 23 is undoubtedly the luckiest or chosen number, with a total of 163 appearances.

It is followed by 44 and 50, with 160 and 159 appearances respectively.

Completing the list is number 19, which has been drawn 157 times, and number 37, with 155 appearances.

The statistics by years indicate that the most favored numbers in 2020 were the 5 and 15, with 17 appearances, and the 21 and 16, which won 15 times.

What is the Superdraw and how does it work?

The Euromillions is one of the most important lottery draws of all those held in our country, and as always, the Euromillions Big Friday is with us again. There is no specific date, but it is usually celebrated from 2 to 3 every year.

What is the probability of winning the Euromillions?

The chances of being one of those who will win the Euromillions are 1 in 139,838,160. With the last change of the regulation, the calculation of probabilities has changed sensibly, now the probabilities of winning the Euromillions have been reduced, as it has been perceived in the last draws.

What do you get for matching 2 numbers on EuroMillions?

If you have 2 correct answers, you will get a prize of €3.57. It is estimated that there are 1.081.853 winners for this prize.

How to play euromillions from South Africa and other countries

Through our website, you can buy your ticket and play Euromillions from India, Australia, Malta or anywhere in the world where you are, as long as it is not prohibited by local authorities.

The method is secure and has different payment alternatives.

Once you have chosen your lucky numbers, the platform will email you and if you are one of the lucky ones, Lottofy will also notify you.

How many countries are participating in the Euromillions?

Currently, the EuroMillions is played in nine countries. The United Kingdom, Spain and France are the founders of the EuroMillions and, therefore, the first to participate in the draw in 2004.

That same year, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Belgium and Ireland became part of the countries participating in the continental draw.

Since then, the draws have always been held in Paris, on Tuesday and Friday afternoons.

Now that we have given you all the information on how to play and participate in the EuroMillions, you are ready to challenge your luck and who knows? To win one of the great prizes that this continental lottery delivers.

The Record of EuroMillions jackpot: €220 MILLION

The record of Euromillions Jackpot was a lucky winner in France who took home the prize on Friday night in 24th of September 2021. The lottery draw means the French ticket holder becomes the biggest ever single EuroMillions winner

The jackpot rolled over until it hit its cap of €220 million, which was eventually won on the 15th of October by a single ticket from France.

The wining number were: The winning numbers were: 49, 21, 26, 34, 31, with the Lucky Stars being: 05, 02.

You can read the full story on our blog too.

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