Multiple Millionaires for the New Year
Updated: Tuesday 8th April 2014
We said last week that lottery players have a special Lotto Raffle game to look forward to on Christmas Day, and today we can reveal that the Millionaire Raffle game on New Year’s Eve will also be particularly special. Whilst a regular Millionaire Raffle draw creates just one winner, the game on Tuesday 31 December will generate 25 winning numbers, and each and every one of them will be worth a cool £1,000,000.
The Millionaire Raffle game is only open to EuroMillions players who buy their tickets in the UK, so the special draw on 31 December means that 25 UK players will start the New Year as brand new millionaires. A person could make quite a few New Year resolutions happen when armed with that kind of money, so if you have big dreams that you would quite like to realise in 2014, getting involved in this super-sized draw might be just the thing that makes it easy.
If you intend to go away for Christmas or the New Year then it might be a good idea to buy your EuroMillions tickets in advance so that you don’t forget and miss out on your chance to change your financial life forever. You can enter your EuroMillions numbers for up to eight draws in advance, so if you bought entries for the next five draws you would be involved all the way up to and including Christmas and also in the New Year’s Eve game just mentioned.
Whilst the 25 Millionaire Raffle prizes of £1,000,000 will naturally attract plenty of attention at the end of the year, players shouldn’t forget that the EuroMillions game itself could create even bigger winners. A standard EuroMillions jackpot is worth €15 million, which usually equates to around £12 million, so if you matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars in any of the games between now and the end of the year you would start 2014 in a very strong position.
The next EuroMillions game this Tuesday will offer a jackpot worth £42 million, so click here to enter your numbers online and good luck with your numbers!
Written by Tony SharpePublished: Monday 16th December 2013
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