It is the latest special edition of the Millionaire Maker, which usually sees just one ticket holder win £1 million.
You are automatically entered into the Millionaire Maker raffle whenever you buy a EuroMillions ticket in the UK. For every line of numbers you play, you receive a raffle code. The cost is included in the price of your ticket.
In a standard Millionaire Maker draw, one code is selected at random as the winner. Match that code exactly, with every letter and number in the same place, and you’ll receive £1 million. In the upcoming draw on 3rd November, an extra nine millionaires will be made.
All the prizes are guaranteed to be won, as the Millionaire Maker raffle only uses codes that have been generated for players for that particular draw. This is different to the main EuroMillions draw, where a combination of numbers could appear that nobody has selected, resulting in a rollover.
The odds of winning £1 million are better than the odds of winning the jackpot in a regular draw, and there are nine more chances to win in a special draw such as the one on 3rd November.
The exact odds cannot be known in advance, as it depends entirely on how many tickets are sold. But there is a chance that you could win a Millionaire Maker prize on the same night as you win on the main game.
It can be easy to focus on the main draw and forget to look at the Millionaire Maker results. Use the EuroMillions Checker to review both parts of your ticket after a draw.
The upcoming promotion follows a big few weeks for EuroMillions players across Europe. A French player won the €130 million Superdraw jackpot on 29th September, and since then there have been further jackpot wins in Portugal and Spain. A €200 million Super Jackpot event has also been announced for Friday 1st December.
There’s a lot to look forward to, and you can play EuroMillions every Tuesday and Friday night by going to an authorised lottery retailer or choosing your numbers online.