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All I want for Christmas is... a million Euro

All I want for Christmas is... a million Euro

There’s one perfect gift for the wannabe millionaire this Christmas – a ticket for the National Lottery’s Christmas Millionaire Raffle draw. Now bigger and better than ever, there are 3,176 prizes guaranteed to be won in the raffle draw, ranging from a fantastic €500 up to a top prize of €1 million. 

Tickets for the draw are limited and cost €20 each and are on sale at National Lottery agents nationwide from 21 November 2016. Each ticket is presented in a gifting wallet and envelope.  Players can also purchase Millionaire Raffle tickets online.

Tickets are on sale until 10pm on New Year’s Eve, Saturday 31 December 2016, or until all tickets are sold out. The draw takes place on New Year’s Eve in National Lottery offices in Dublin, and the top prize winner will become the National Lottery’s first millionaire of 2017. You could give someone - or yourself - the gift of a million euro this Christmas!

A full breakdown of the prizes is as follows:

Christmas Millionaire Raffle Prizes – Number of prizes:

€1,000,000 – 1 prize

€250,000 – 1 prize

€100,000 – 4 prizes

€10,000 – 10 prizes

€5,000 – 25 prizes

€1,000 – 115 prizes

€500 – 3,020 prizes

National Lottery Christmas Scratch Cards

In addition, the National Lottery offers a selection of Christmas Scratch Cards that make perfect stocking fillers. Christmas Gift (priced at €2), Hampers, Sweets & Treats (priced at €3), Merry Money (priced at €5) and Christmas Countdown (priced at €10) offer thousands of instant cash prizes including a top prize of €100,000. 

All Christmas Scratch Card holders can enter a bonus draw via the National Lottery’s website for the opportunity to win €1,000. Five €1,000 prizes will be won every week.

Good Causes benefit from the sale of all National Lottery games

To date the National Lottery has raised over €5 billion for good causes. This level of funding has made a significant difference to communities, projects and individuals in the areas of Youth, Sports, Recreation, Amenities, Health, Welfare, Arts, Culture, National Heritage and the Irish Language.