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Millionaire Maker Results

Millionaire Maker (formally Millionaire Raffle) is drawn straight after the main EuroMillions game on a Tuesday and Friday night, with players having to match a nine-digit code in order to win £1 million. Every line played on EuroMillions in the UK receives an individual Millionaire Maker code as part of the ticket price, with one guaranteed winner in every regular draw.

You can find the latest winning codes from the past five Millionaire Maker draws below:

Draw Date Millionaire Maker
Tuesday February 9th 2016 SBN176721
Friday February 5th 2016 RBH758372
Tuesday February 2nd 2016 QBD711428
Friday January 29th 2016 PZV369325
Friday January 29th 2016 PZS073185

View the past six months results for Millionaire Maker ›

Donít forget to check your EuroMillions results as well, it is possible to win on both draws on the same night.

UK Millionaire Maker prizes are valid for 180 days after the draw takes place, after which the unclaimed money, and the interest that it has accrued, is transferred to the National Lottery Good Causes fund.

Millionaire Maker Promotions

The last Friday of every month is designated as a Mega Friday draw, in which the number of Millionaire Maker winners is increased and there are various luxury non-cash prizes given away in addition to the £1 million. The first Mega Friday draw was held on Friday 31st October, when 25 players won a two-week, five-star stay on Makepeace Island in Australia. To find out about upcoming draws visit the Mega Friday page.

There other occasions when extra Millionaire Maker prizes may be made available such as Easter and Christmas. On Friday 27th July 2012, Millionaire Raffle (as it was known at the time) celebrated the opening of the London Olympics by offering 100 prizes of £1 million, an event which still holds the title for making the most millionaires created in a single lottery draw.