Saturday 1st October 2016
Lotto Millionaire Raffle
Lotto Millionaire Raffle is a supplementary game played alongside Lotto that offers one ticket holder the chance to win an amazing £1 million and a further 20 players the opportunity to win prizes of £20,000 in every draw.
Lotto Raffle Results
Lotto Millionaire Raffle replaced Lotto Raffle in October 2015 as part of sweeping changes made to Lotto. Entry is included in the cost of a regular Lotto ticket and presents players with a chance to win a prize even if they have missed out on one in the main Lotto draw.
Every Lotto Millionaire Raffle code is randomly generated, printed at the bottom of each Lotto ticket and consists of a four-digit colour, such as BLUE, GOLD or PINK, followed by an eight-digit number (for example, 1234 5678). One code will be assigned to each Lotto line purchased.
All codes are then entered into the separate raffle game, with the winning code selected at random. Because all Lotto entrants are included in the supplementary draw, the odds of winning a Lotto Millionaire Raffle prize vary from draw to draw. Matching the first code drawn guarantees the lucky ticket holder £1 million, with a further 20 codes being selected to award 20 winners with £20,000 each.
Occasionally, special Lotto Millionaire Raffle games can be held in honour of significant events, such as the launch of the revamped Lotto game, which saw 25 prizes of £1 million given away on Saturday 10th October 2015.
You can find the latest Lotto Millionaire Raffle Results here, minutes after the draw has taken place.
Find out everything about the Lotto Millionaire Raffle including the number of prizes to be won.