European Millionaire Maker
European Millionaire Maker is a raffle which will be held on a couple of occasions each year across all nine participating EuroMillions countries to create multiple guaranteed millionaires.
How it Works
The game works in just the same way as UK Millionaire Maker. Players receive a unique, randomly-generated code, consisting of four letters and five numbers, alongside each line of EuroMillions numbers that they play. The winning codes are then selected at random, with each code chosen winning £1 million. The only difference between the UK version of the game and European Millionaire Maker is that all nine countries are entering players into the raffle. For UK players, their European Millionaire Maker code will also be entered into the UK Millionaire Maker raffle, giving them an additional chance to win £1 million.
The first letter of each code will correspond to the country where the EuroMillions ticket was purchased:
|Country||First Letter of Raffle Code|
|Austria||A, N, O or W|
|Switzerland||R or S|
|United Kingdom||H, J, M, T, V, X or Z|
History of the European Millionaire Maker
The European Millionaire Maker was announced as part of changes to EuroMillions in the summer of 2016 that were made in order to offer players more opportunities to win bigger prizes. The first European Millionaire Maker draw will be held on Friday 28th October 2016 and will guarantee that 25 ticket holders will win £1 million each.