Millionaire Raffle to Change Name and Offer Amazing Non-Cash Prizes
Millionaire Raffle, the game played alongside EuroMillions requiring UK players to match a nine-digit code in order to win £1 million, is to be renamed Millionaire Maker and will also offer non-cash prizes for the first time. The changes include an exciting new occaional game called Mega Friday in which Lottery officials will be offering players the opportunity to win an exciting array of items alongside the usual £1 million.
The first Mega Friday will occur on Friday October 31st when, alongside the regular £1 million prize, 25 UK ticket holders will also bag the holiday of a lifetime to Makepeace Island on Australia’s Sunshine coast, where they will stay for 14 nights in an exclusive villa with up to seven guests. The prize includes return business class flights, all meals, up to £50 per day to spend on drinks for each person and lots more, all without eating into their winnings!
Players will notice no difference to the way that the game is played as Millionaire Maker codes will still be automatically generated when a ticket for the main EuroMillions game is purchased and ticket holders will still have to match their code to the one generated at the draw in order to win. The only differences will be the name and, occasionally, the prizes. To find out more about the Millionaire Maker draw visit the Millionaire Maker page.
Millionaire Maker is not to be confused with Christmas Millionaire Maker, a game played annually at the start of last decade in which a number of seven-figure prizes were distributed in the run-up to the festive holiday period.
Watch this space for updates on all the latest Millionaire Maker and Mega Friday news!Tuesday 7th October 2014
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