Every EuroMillions entry purchased in the UK is automatically assigned a Millionaire Raffle number, so players receive as many Raffle entries as the number of EuroMillions entries that they buy. Purchasing a single entry for a particular game would give the player one Millionaire Raffle number, purchasing five entries would give them five Raffle numbers, and so on. In short, the more EuroMillions entries the player buys the more chances they get of winning the Millionaire Raffle prize.
The beauty of the Millionaire Raffle prize is that it is totally separate to the EuroMillions prize schedule, so it is perfectly possible to win big in the main EuroMillions game and to also win an extra £1 million in the Millionaire Raffle game.
As far as the special event draw on Friday 31 May is concerned, the rules of play will be exactly the same as usual. One Millionaire Raffle number will be randomly selected by UK lottery organisers and the person who has that same number on their EuroMillions ticket will be declared the winner. However, instead of winning a single prize of £1 million, the successful player will win £1 million every month for one year.
UK players can purchase EuroMillions tickets up to four weeks in advance, so it is already possible to secure participation in the special Millionaire Raffle event draw on Friday 31 May. Visit this page to buy your tickets online and if you don’t win big in one of the interim draws you could still land yourself £1 million every month for a year!