Second European Millionaire Maker Draw Announced for Friday 23rd February

The second ever European Millionaire Maker draw has been announced for Friday 23rd February, giving EuroMillions players across all nine participating countries the chance to become one of 25 guaranteed millionaires. More than a year since the game’s first draw, on Friday 28th October 2016, players from Belgium and France to Spain, Portugal and beyond are sure to be excited by the prospect of claiming one of the seven-figure prizes on offer.

Second European Millionaire Maker Draw Announced for Friday 23rd February

How Does European Millionaire Maker Work?

European Millionaire Maker was first announced in September 2016, alongside several other changes to EuroMillions aimed at generating bigger prizes and creating more winners.

Any player who picks a line for the main EuroMillions draw on 23rd February will automatically be entered into the European Millionaire Maker raffle on the same night, receiving a unique code as proof of entry. Each random, computer-generated combination is made up of four letters and five numbers and, if you match it with one of the 25 drawn, you win £1 million/€1 million/CHF1 million, depending on where you played.

European Millionaire Maker is open to anyone from each of the nine participating countries. You cannot enter European Millionaire Maker without entering EuroMillions, but the cost of playing is included in the price of a ticket for the main game.

Previous Draw

There were 25 ecstatic millionaires created in the previous draw in 2016, with France leading the way on eight wins, followed by Spain and Belgium with four each. There were also three winners apiece in the UK and Luxembourg, double celebrations in Portugal and one winner from Switzerland.

Fun European Millionaire Maker Facts

Did you know the first letter of code shows the country in which the ticket was purchased? Your raffle code starts with one of the below letters, based on where you entered the draw:

Country Starting Letter of Raffle Code
Austria A, N, O or W
Belgium B
France F
Ireland I
Luxembourg L
Portugal P
Spain E
Switzerland R or S
United Kingdom H, J, M, T, V, X or Z

There are different names for the game across Europe, with Irish players referring to it as EuroMillionaires Raffle Draw, Spanish ticket holders taking part in Lluvia de Millones and Swiss participants calling it Extra Millions.

Checking Tickets

You should check your tickets carefully after the results are release, as there are a number of different ways to win on a ticket bought for a draw featuring European Millionaire Maker, and you wouldn’t want to miss out on a £1 million/€1 million/CHF1 million payday.

Tickets aren’t available yet for the upcoming EuroMillions European Millionaire Maker draw, so make sure you regularly check back on in the coming weeks for all the latest news and announcements regarding this exciting draw.

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