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Olympic Millionaire Raffle Available

Olympic Millionaire Raffle Available
Updated: Tuesday 22nd April 2014

As regular readers will be aware, the Millionaire Raffle draw on the night of the Opening Ceremony for the Olympic Games (Friday 27 July) will be very special because it will create 100 winners of £1,000,000 each. We are now delighted to highlight the fact that those of you who choose to enter your EuroMillions numbers for several draws in advance are able to guarantee yourselves entry into this Olympic Millionaire Raffle game. All you have to do to achieve this is make sure that your EuroMillions numbers are entered into the next four Friday draws.

For example, if you play one line of numbers for the quadruple rollover game this Friday 6 July you can elect to enter the same numbers for the draws on Friday 13, Friday 20 and Friday 27 July at the same time, then pay for the four draws in advance. Alternatively, you could play your numbers for all of those Friday draws and for the intervening Tuesday draws as well, which would mean paying for seven draws in advance.

For anyone who is due to be otherwise engaged at the time of the Olympic Millionaire Raffle game itself – because they will be on holiday or busy focusing on the Games themselves, for example – the ability to ensure participation right now could be extremely useful. The risk of missing out on the chance to win any major lottery prize is never good, but the idea of missing out on one of 100 Millionaire Raffle prizes worth £1 million each doesn’t even bear thinking about.

As for the lottery action in the shorter term, the Lotto jackpot in the midweek game on Wednesday 4 July was won by two tickets, so the next Lotto jackpot this Saturday will be worth around £4 million. We also have that quad-rollover jackpot of around £42 million to play for in the EuroMillions game this Friday. Buy your lottery tickets right here for all of the games mentioned above and good luck!

Written by Tony Sharpe


Published: Thursday 5th July 2012

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