For players who aren’t quite sure of the schedule for tomorrow night’s draw, the main EuroMillions draw will take place as usual at 20.30 BST and then the UK Millionaires Raffle draw will commence immediately after. The only difference will be that instead of just a single Millionaire Raffle number being drawn, ten raffle numbers will be drawn.
In addition to the ten £1 million prizes, the main EuroMillions draw has a £27 million (€33 million) jackpot up for grabs. However, while the jackpot prize will roll over if there is no top prize winner, all ten £1 million prizes will definitely be won in tomorrow night’s draw.
We would remind players that the two games are separate so it is possible to win a prize in both the main EuroMillions draw and the Millionaire Raffle draw. To avoid missing out on any prizes you may win in either the main draw or the raffle, we advise you to check your tickets very carefully.
As the ticket deadline for tomorrow night’s draw approaches, queues at authorised lottery retailers could be lengthy but you can avoid the queues by purchasing your EuroMillions tickets online. The online facility has the added advantages that tickets are stored securely in your online account and checked automatically against the winning draw numbers and the Millionaire Raffle code. However, the biggest advantage is the email alert sent for any tickets containing a winning combination. The last few years have seen a number of significant prizes, including a UK Millionaire Raffle prize from the draw on 31st May 2013 worth £12 million, going unclaimed so the security of knowing that you won’t miss out if you win a prize is a huge incentive to register for an online account.
Visit the Play EuroMillions page to buy your tickets online or, alternatively, visit an authorised retailer.