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100 Millionaires

Occasionally, the UK Millionaire Maker will hold special editions of the game which will see 100 players win £1 million. Currently, the 100 UK Millionaire Raffle draw which took place on Friday 27th July 2012 holds the world record for making the highest number of lottery millionaires in one night after 97 of the 100 prizes were claimed.

Players receive one free entry into the UK Millionaire Maker for each line of EuroMillions numbers purchased and this remains the case regardless of how many Millionaire Maker prizes are on offer.

When is the next 100 Millionaires draw?

No date has yet been set for the next special game.

Want to play the UK version of EuroMillions from United States?

Although the UK Millionaire Maker is a supplementary game for UK players, you can still play the UK version of EuroMillions using our recommended concierge service:

Play the UK version of EuroMillions

100 Millionaires Raffle History

The first ever draw for 100 individual £1 million prizes was held on Friday 27th July 2012 to coincide with the highly anticipated and hugely successful London Olympic games. The UK National Lottery offered the additional Millionaire Raffle prizes to thank the British public for contributing towards the cost of the games through the purchase of Lotto and EuroMillions tickets.

The draw coincided with the Opening Ceremony of the London Olympics and smashed the world record for the highest number of millionaires created in a single draw. Of the 100 £1 million prizes available, 97 were claimed.

On Friday 26th July 2013, the 100 UK Millionaires Raffle returned to give another 100 ticket holders the chance to become millionaires. While this raffle draw was not associated with a particular event, the National Lottery had hoped to beat its previous record and create an even higher number of millionaires in a single night. This highly anticipated draw resulted in a huge increase in ticket sales but, in the event, left the previous record unchallenged when only 92 of the 100 £1 million prizes were claimed.

For more information on the UK Millionaire Maker, including details about other special draws, visit the UK Millionaire Maker page.