Ticket sales have already opened for the upcoming €130 million EuroMillions Superdraw on 30 September 2016. Austria EuroMillions tickets are purchased at theLotter’s new local office in Austria; winnings on prizes are paid out tax free.
The Austria EuroMillions is a new lottery offered at theLotter and completes the suite of local EuroMillions offerings. EuroMillions tickets can also be purchased for the Spain EuroMillions, France EuroMillions with the My Million raffle and the UK EuroMillionswith the Millionaire Maker raffle.
All early sale EuroMillions tickets purchased in Austria will go towards the biggest Superdraw ever with a starting guaranteed jackpot of €130 million. The enhanced jackpot is part of the many exciting changes to the popular EuroMillions lottery being introduced next week. The Superdraw jackpot, if not won, will roll over until it reaches a maximum €190 million.
Players are encouraged to purchase lottery tickets for the Austria EuroMillions already now to ensure their participation in this record-breaking opening draw.
To win the EuroMillions jackpot prize, players need to match the five main numbers as well as two Lucky Stars. Players can purchase standard tickets or select a 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10-number systematic form. Starting next week, theLotter will offer some very attractive syndicates, giving players improved odds to win a prize.
Highly Anticipated Superdraw Ahead
The EuroMillions lottery is the leading pan-European draw, attracting interest all across the continent and from all over the world. Its record €190 million jackpot has been won twice – once in 2012 and then again in 2014.
Anticipation has been growing for the Superdraw with its huge starting jackpot. Previously, the opening Superdraw jackpot was €100 million. Superdraws are conducted in the same manner as the regular EuroMillions drawings. The biggest impact that will be felt on players, especially those with multi-draw or subscription packages, is that the EuroMillions jackpot will be boosted dramatically overnight. As of this writing, the EuroMillions jackpot is just €23 million. Ahead of the drawing on 30 September, it will shoot up to €130 million.
The EuroMillions jackpot was last won on Friday 16 September 2016. A player from the UK won a jackpot prize of €39,758,892 (£34,037,587). It will soon be seen whether the EuroMillions jackpot will fall again during the month of September.
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