A number of EuroMillions changes will come into force on Saturday 24th September, ahead of the Tuesday draw a few days later. One of the big new features is the introduction of Mega Week, which has replaced Mega Friday and will give UK participants the chance to win special prizes on both a Tuesday and a Friday. It will take place in the final week of every month and organisers are starting with a bang for the September Mega Week by offering some astonishing rewards and a colossal jackpot.
There will be ten winners of the Millionaire Maker prize in the draw on Tuesday 27th September, and each lucky ticket holder will receive £1 million as well as the adventure of a lifetime. Each winner will have the chance to stay in seven great locations across the planet, totalling 100 days and featuring five-star accommodation at every stop.
There is a choice of two itineraries, so if you win you can decide whether you want to visit Italy, South Africa, the Maldives, New Zealand, Bora Bora and Mexico, or instead go to St Lucia, New York, Hawaii, Australia, Philippines, Japan and Thailand. Winners can enjoy 100 days of continuous globe-trotting if they so wish, or have up to seven separate trips in the space of the next four years. Either way, you will fly business-class to each location and receive a generous allowance for lunch and dinner.
In addition to the incredible first draw of the September Mega Week, the Friday draw on 30th September will raise the jackpot to an estimated £109 million. Regardless of whether the top prize is won or not in the previous draw, the jackpot will be set at this staggering amount to give participants from all nine of the participating countries the chance to win one of the biggest cash sums ever seen on the game.
September’s Mega Week will mark the start of an exciting new chapter in EuroMillions history, with bigger jackpots set to be offered more regularly and two UK millionaires to be created in every draw. Tickets will go on sale on 24th September, and you can enter via authorised retailers or by playing online. You can also also carry on playing as normal in the draws before the changes come into effect. Best of luck!