Special Millionaire Raffle Announced
A special Millionaire Raffle draw has been announced for Friday 11 April, and if a regular draw is exciting then this one is guaranteed to be ten times as thrilling because there will be ten times as many winners! That's right, the special Millionaire Raffle game will create not one but ten winners of £1,000,000 each, and that is regardless of what happens in the main EuroMillions game on the same night. Whether the jackpot in the main game is won or rolls over, ten UK players will emerge as brand new millionaires.
With ten times as many Millionaire Raffle prizes to be won, many lottery players will be wanting to make the most of the draw on 11 April by maximising their chances of success. The only sure way of doing that is by purchasing more tickets for the main EuroMillions game, but the good news is that players who do that will obviously enjoy a bigger chance of winning a EuroMillions prize too.
Every ticket purchased for the EuroMillions game gives players a 1 in 13 chance of winning any prize at all, including the jackpot itself. We obviously don't know how big the jackpot will be for the draw in question, but we do know that the lowest possible jackpot is a guaranteed €15 million for anyone who can match all five main numbers and both of the Lucky Star numbers.
Anyone who wants to make sure that they don't forget about the special Millionaire Raffle draw can easily eliminate that risk by purchasing their tickets in advance. EuroMillions tickets can be purchased up to eight draws in advance, so entering your numbers today for the next three draws would automatically give you a chance of winning on Friday 11 April.
Players who need inspiration when they come to choose the numbers for their entries may find it useful to take a look at our EuroMillions Statistics page, which highlights the most common numbers as well as those that are most overdue to make an appearance. Whatever numbers you choose to play, good luck and be sure to let us know if you win yourself millionaire status!
Written by Tony SharpeWednesday 2nd April 2014
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