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European Millionaire Maker

The European Millionaire Maker is a raffle that takes place from time to time alongside the main EuroMillions draw. It gives multiple ticket holders in all nine participating countries another chance to win big. Learn more about this special EuroMillions European raffle.

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The date for the next European Millionaire Maker draw has not yet been confirmed. Once a draw is announced, you will be able to buy your tickets here.

How to Play the European Raffle

When a European Millionaire Maker raffle is scheduled, you are automatically entered at no extra cost when you buy a line of numbers for the EuroMillions draw on the same night. You will receive a unique, randomly-generated raffle code on your ticket, consisting of four letters and five numbers - such as HJMT23456 - for every EuroMillions line you play.

This code will be labelled on your ticket as your UK Millionaire Maker code, in the same way it is in any regular draw. The difference is that your code is entered into two draws instead of one - the European Millionaire Maker and the UK Millionaire Maker - and it is even possible to win in both games.

Codes for UK ticket holders always begin with H, J, M, T, V, X or Z. A number of winning raffle codes are drawn, and you must match the full four letters and five numbers exactly in the same places to win a prize.

Winning Locations

The Europe-wide raffle provides a number of seven-figure awards every time it is drawn. The raffle prizes are worth £1 million in the UK.

Draws are held when the lottery operators of all the participating countries agree. The money comes from the EuroMillions Reserve Fund, which receives a portion of the prize fund from every draw.

The table below shows how many prizes have been won in each country in previous draws.

Country Winners (23/02/18) Winners (28/10/16) Total (All Draws)
Austria 0 0 0
Belgium 4 4 8
France 4 8 12
Ireland 1 0 1
Luxembourg 0 3 3
Portugal 3 2 5
Spain 7 4 11
Switzerland 1 1 2
United Kingdom 5 3 8
Totals: 25 25 50