Mega Week is a EuroMillions promotion which gives ticket holders in the UK the opportunity to play for even more phenomenal prizes in the last full week of every month. Mega Week draws are held on both Tuesdays and Fridays and produce multiple winners of £1 million and a luxurious lifestyle prize.
How Does Mega Week Work?
To take part in Mega Week, you simply need to buy a EuroMillions ticket for the draw in which you would like to play – Tuesday, Friday or both. You will receive a randomly-generated Millionaire Maker code for every EuroMillions line you play.
The winning codes are selected at random, with each winner receiving a cash prize of £1 million as well as that month's five-star experience.
Mega Week Draws & Prizes
|Tuesday 25th & Friday 28th July||A fabulous ten-night Florida adventure and £1 million.|
Previous Mega Week Draws & Prizes
|Friday 30th June||June’s Mega Week gave EuroMillions players across the continent the opportunity to win a guaranteed €100 million (£87.5 Million) in the first Superdraw of 2017. A UK player won the full amount on the night, claiming their prize the following Monday.|
|Tues 23rd May & Fri 26th May||May’s Mega Week saw three lucky Millionaire Maker ticket holders receive £1 million and a five-star trip to Japan. Each winner and a guest of their choice began their journey with a five-night stay in Tokyo, before moving on to Kyoto and Osaka. While there, each winner indulged in a number of activities, including a stretch limousine tour and a jaunt to Tokyo Disneyland or a trek to see the majestic Mount Fuji.|
|Tues 25th April & Fri 28th April||Three winners in each draw received £1 million and a five-star holiday at a private island resort in the Seychelles. Their accommodation included exclusive use of a pool and the chance to receive spa treatments, learn to scuba dive, go deep sea fishing and undertake a host of other activities.|
|Tues 28th March & Fri 31st March||Six winners, three from each draw, snapped up £1 million each in the Millionaire Maker, as well as a luxury trip to South Africa. They received the chance to spend 15 nights in various different locations, enjoying a private helicopter ride, wine-tasting session and guided safari walks, as well as £5,000 to spend on diamonds.|
|Tues 21st Feb & Fri 24th Feb||Six lucky players won £1 million each and the chance to travel out to Hawaii for 16 nights of glorious adventure. Staying in five-star hotels on a number of different islands, winners were treated to private tours by helicopter, boat and jeep, as well as getting to enjoy a personal shopping beach makeover and private surf lesson.|
|Tues 31st Jan & Fri 3rd Feb||The ten winners received £1 million each and an opportunity to choose between three exotic holiday destinations. They could stay for a fortnight in a beachfront room in Thailand, a panoramic villa suite in Bali or a beach villa in the Maldives, enjoying a private pool and generous allowance for food and drink.|
|Tues 20th Dec & Fri 23rd Dec||As well as pocketing £1 million each, the ten December Mega Week winners got to jet off to Zermatt in Switzerland for a luxury winter break with seven guests. Staying in a sumptuous chalet, they were treated to the finest dining experiences and were able to indulge in activities such as skiing, private helicopter flights, cable car rides and ice skating.|
|Tues 22nd Nov & Fri 25th Nov||As well as scooping £1M each, the 10 winners of November’s Mega Week prizes were whisked off to New York City to enjoy the Christmas Shopping Spree of a lifetime. While there, they also had chance to take in the sights by helicopter and even catch a Broadway show, enjoying seven nights opf luxury at the Park Hyatt Hotel.|
|Friday 28th October||October’s Mega Week concluded with a first look at European Millionaire Maker, a brand new game for EuroMillions players across all nine participating countries. There were 25 millionaires crowned, as well as two additional prizes of £1 million for UK millionaires thanks to UK Millionaire Maker.|
|Tuesday 25th October||October’s Mega Week kicked off in style with five UK ticket holders each winning a prize of £1 million.|
|Friday 30th September||The first Mega Week concluded with a EuroMillions Superdraw, which offered a jackpot worth an estimated £109 million (guaranteed €130 million) to celebrate the launch of the new version of EuroMillions.|
|Tuesday 27th September||The first Mega Week draw created ten new UK millionaires, each of whom also received the chance to go on a 100-day journey around the world, taking seven different exotic locations. The winner and their guest were treated to business-class flights, five-star accommodation and generous allowances for lunch and dinner each day, as well as tailored activities in each destination they visited. Winners chose from two itineraries: Italy, South Africa, the Maldives, New Zealand, Tahiti, the USA and Mexico or St Lucia, the USA, Australia, the Philippines, Japan and Thailand.|
How to Win Mega Week
To win a Mega Week prize, players will need to match one of the winning codes drawn, so it’s important to remember to check the Millionaire Maker code on your ticket. The code must be matched entirely; there are no prizes for matching only part of the code. You can check your codes by entering them into the Millionaire Maker Checker.
History of Mega Week
Mega Week replaced Mega Friday on Tuesday 27th September 2016, along with a host of other EuroMillions Changes.
Mega Friday had been launched in October 2014 and offered additional Millionaire Maker prizes and enhanced luxury experiences in the last Friday draw of the month. The first Mega Friday draw saw 25 players win £1 million and a VIP, two-week holiday to Makepeace Island in Australia. Later draws gave away luxury cars and round-the-world trips for a host of brand new millionaires.
Mega Week was first trialled at Christmas 2015 when, instead of the single Mega Friday draw, five players on Tuesday 22nd and five ticket holders on Friday 25th December claimed £1 million and a break at a mountain lodge in Sweden. You can find out more about the changes made to EuroMillions at the History page.