Big Friday a super-draw of EuroMillions

The Euromillions Big Friday

Big Friday, also known as Superdraw, was established with a guaranteed minimum jackpot of 130 million euros, complementary to an ordinary EuroMillions raffle, but without a predetermined date.

What is the Big Friday?

Big Friday is a draw of EuroMillions with very extraordinary characteristics that put into play a guaranteed minimum pot. Several occasions are drawn up throughout the year, irrespective of whether or not the pot that was put into play was delivered or not in the previous EuroMillions drawing.

How to play the Big Friday?

Big Friday works exactly like Euromillions, with the same rules and in the same countries in Europe, but with the difference of having guaranteed prizes.

The boats that are put into circulation are cumulative, (up to the limit provided in the regulations), in case there is no winners in first category, for the next draw.

When are the Big Friday raffles held?

Big Friday does not have a specific date to be drawn. Several raffles can be held during the year, depending on the amounts that have been accumulated from the expected complement of the Reserve Fund of the major prizes.

The first extraordinary draw of Big Friday was held in February 2007, was the only draw that was held that year.

    • In 2009, two draws were held, in the months of March and September.
    • In 2010, there were also 2 draws, in February and October.
    • In 2011, two more draws, in May and October.
    • In 2012, only one big Friday draw was held in September.
    • In 2013, it was held on three occasions, March, June and September.
    • In 2014, three other draws, March, June and October.
    • In 2015, also three raffles, in March, June and November.
    • In 2016, a single draw in the month of September.
    • In 2017, two draws, in June and September.
    • In 2018, to date, two draws, in April and September.

Despite all these draws, only seven times the pot that was at stake was won.