Next Friday night, the EuroMillions Lottery is holding a SuperDraw, which will have a guaranteed jackpot of €100,000,000. However, tonight’s draw already has a €78,000,000 to play for and, if the top prize continues to rollover, the SuperDraw may be come a technicality, as the jackpot will already be more than the €100,000,000 guaranteed figure. The €100,000,000 advertised jackpot is a guaranteed minimum and it will not be added to the current jackpot.
If the jackpot did rollover for the next two draws and the current jackpot exceeds the guaranteed SuperDraw jackpot, it would be an unprecedented event that has never been seen before. What will happen? We’re not entirely sure. If we were to hazard a guess, we believe that nothing will happen. We think that the draw will take place as usual with a jackpot that’s already bigger than the guaranteed €100,000,000 prize. Although, this will be quite an anticlimax, following all of the hype that surrounds EuroMillions SuperDraws.
On Wednesday night, after weeks and weeks of rollover draws, the Irish Lotto jackpot was finally won. It had been nearly two months since the Irish Lotto results produced a jackpot winner, which is how the jackpot had managed to climb quite so high.
Wednesday night’s Irish Lotto jackpot winner was from the Mid-West of Ireland, which makes a change from Dublin. The lucky ticket holder took home a massive €8,302,204, which is stark contrast to the previous jackpot winners. On 18th January, SIX ticket holders shared the €3,528,865 multi-rollover jackpot, each taking home just €588,144.
The media is in a frenzy about Friday’s EuroMillions Lottery SuperDraw and the guaranteed €100 million jackpot on offer, but past SuperDraws have shown that the jackpot isn’t always won, in fact in more than half of the past EuroMillions SuperDraws, there has been a rollover.
With the EuroMillions cap at €190 million, a SuperDraw rollover can quickly escalate to the jackpot limit in just a few rollovers because when SuperDraw jackpots roll, they grow quickly and lottery fever tends to take hold.
There were some big US Powerball Lotto winners at the weekend including several new millionaires, but no one has won the big jackpot and that means it’s rolled again, this time to $400 million for the midweek draw!
While it’s not the biggest jackpot ever seen, it’s almost guaranteed to create a frenzy of play across the US and from online players around the world. The Powerball currently holds the world’s biggest lottery jackpot, and as such it’s world news!
Once again, the giant US Powerball Lotto boasts the biggest lottery jackpot in the world, standing at a mighty $284,000,000 ($162,700,000 cash value) going into the midweek draw. This is over double the size of the world’s second biggest lottery jackpot – US Mega Millions – which currently stands at $139,000,000 ($76,000,000 cash value) for Friday night’s draw.
The last time that any Powerball Lotto players got their hands on the jackpot was on Christmas Day, when one solitary ticket holder from Missouri bagged the $71,500,000 rollover jackpot, making 2013 a Christmas to remember for one household in particular.