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MILLIONAIRE RAFFLE IS BACK!

MILLIONAIRE RAFFLE IS BACK!

Who wants to be a Millionaire this New Years Eve? 

Millionaire Raffle is back and better than ever with more prizes, better odds and one guaranteed millionaire this new years eve! It's a limited affair with only 500,000 tickets available. The draw is automated and takes place on New Year’s Eve, Monday 31st December 2018 in National Lottery headquarters. Tickets are now on sale in-store or online at Lottery.ie. They are €25 each per ticket.

Results for all prizes will be available on our website by 1 January 2019. Tickets may also be checked at National Lottery agents or using The National Lottery app for Android or iOS.  

How do you play  Millionaire Raffle?

Millionaire Raffle is simple and easy to play – You can buy a ticket online or instore at any National Lottery agent nationwide! The €25 tickets are sold in consecutive order, so you don't even need to fill out numbers. It's a perfect gift for Christmas or the New Year..... as you make someone a brand new millionaire!

What can you win on Millionaire Raffle?

There are 5,568 cash prizes in total, to be won including a top prize of €1,000,000. That means on average 1 in 90 tickets wins and the minimum prize is €500! 

 

 


What else do you need to know about Millionaire Raffle?

- Buy your tickets early! Sales close at 10 pm on Monday 31 December 2018, or when all tickets are sold out, whichever comes first. 
- If you buy more than one they may not have consecutive numbers on them and they cannot be cancelled once printed.
- All prizes are fixed and guaranteed prize amounts. 
- Remember, your ticket is your ONLY valid receipt for claiming a prize, so sign the back and keep it safe if you buy it in-store: it could be worth a million!

NB - If you buy your ticket online we will keep it safe for you in your National Lottery online account! 

 

Grab Your Million Raffle Ticket Now!

 

Play responsibly - Play for fun! 

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.