All players of the UK version of EuroMillions are automatically entered into the Millionaire Raffle draw which guarantees one lucky player will win £1 million. One Millionaire Raffle code is automatically generated for each line of EuroMillions numbers purchased and will comprise of three letters and six numbers (e.g. ABC123456). Each code is then entered into the raffle draw where one is picked at random to win the prize.
To win the guaranteed £1 million prize, your raffle ticket has to match 100% of the characters (three letters and six numbers) in the order they appear, a partial match does not win a prize.
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Millionaire Raffle Results
The five most recent winning Millionaire Raffle codes can be found below. If you have not yet done so, now is the perfect time to check the raffle code on your tickets with the most recent codes drawn. If your numbers match exactly, you are the lucky winner of a £1 million prize!
September 30th 2014
September 26th 2014
September 23rd 2014
September 19th 2014
September 16th 2014
About The Millionaire Raffle
The EuroMillions UK Millionaire Raffle game guarantees that one player in the UK will win £1 million in every draw. As the two games are separate it is possible to win a prize both on the main EuroMillions game and the Millionaire Raffle, so players are advised to check their tickets carefully.
How it Works
Since the odds of winning are dependent on the number of tickets sold rather than matching a pool of numbers, the odds of winning the Millionaire Raffle game will vary depending on the number of players in each game. For example, a midweek EuroMillions draw tends to have a lower number of players which means that your odds of winning midweek are better than winning on Friday.
Visit the How it Works page for a more detailed explanation about how the Millionaire Raffle is selected and how the odds vary from draw to draw.
How to Claim
If you have won a Millionaire Raffle prize then you will need to claim within 180 days of the draw date and as per the EuroMillions Rules. If you do not claim in time, your prize will be allocated to the UK Good Causes fund.
View the How to Claim page for more information.
History of the Millionaire Raffle
The Millionaire Raffle was first introduced on Friday 13th November 2009 to offer UK players an extra chance of winning a prize when they played EuroMillions. Although one lucky player is chosen to win £1 million during every draw, special games are also held which pay out more prizes.
To date there have been 817 Millionaire Raffle numbers issued from 433 draws, 12 of which were special draws where more than 1 raffle number was drawn on the same night.
In the month leading up to Christmas 2011, EuroMillions launched Millionaires Month which created 50 Millionaire Raffle winners in the space of a month. Read more about this by visiting the Millionaires Month page.
Occasionally, EuroMillions will hold special editions of the Millionaire Raffle which will see 100 players win £1 million. These one off draws are usually held to coincide with a special event, such as the opening of the Olympic Games in July 2012.
The draw on Friday 27th July 2012 broke the world record for making the highest number of millionaires in one night, with 97 of the 100 prizes claimed. Read more about this by visiting the 100 Millionaires page.
£1 Million Every Month for a Year
On Friday 31st May 2013, the UK Millionaire Raffle offered one lucky player the chance to win £1 million every month for a year instead of the usual one-off £1 million prize.
To read more about this event, please visit the £1 million Every Month for a Year page.
Christmas and New Year's Special Draws
There are often special versions of the Millionaire Raffle game held around the festive season which give away multiple raffle prizes. In the past, these games have been held on Christmas Day/Boxing Day and New Year's Eve/New Year's Day.