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Lotto Millionaire Raffle

Lotto Millionaire Raffle, previously known as just Lotto Raffle, is an exciting supplementary game that offers one prize of £1 million and 20 prizes of £20,000 in every UK Lotto draw. For every line of UK Lotto numbers you buy, a code is automatically generated that is entered into the separate Lotto Millionaire Raffle draw. The first code drawn on the night is worth £1 million, with the remaining 20 winning codes reaping rewards of £20,000 each. Best of all, entry to the game is free!

Lotto Millionaire Raffle Results

The Lotto draw took place on Saturday November 18th 2017 and the following Lotto Millionaire Raffle results were drawn:

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Millionaire Raffle Codes:

PLUM 0648 0728

£20,000 Raffle Codes:

AQUA 9477 2827 GOLD 0765 0048 GREY 4259 2870 GREY 5972 6831 JADE 7554 4257 NAVY 5214 3617 NAVY 7220 1984 NAVY 7494 8410 NAVY 9339 2563 PINK 1275 7666 PINK 5813 5514 PINK 6788 4685 PLUM 4562 1195 PLUM 9824 5795 ROSE 0151 4284 ROSE 4457 3427 ROSE 8909 1656 RUBY 3542 5935 RUBY 5011 4686 RUBY 9149 7760
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How to play Lotto Millionaire Raffle

You don’t need to do anything extra to take part in the Lotto Millionaire Raffle; a code is randomly generated and printed on every Lotto ticket sold. The code will consist of a four-letter colour and a set of eight numbers, such as BLUE 1234 5678. If the code on your ticket matches one of the codes drawn on the night, you’ll win a great prize!


When do Lotto Millionaire Raffle draws take place?

Lotto Millionaire Raffle draws are conducted shortly after the main Lotto draw is held on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Special Lotto Millionaire Raffle draws occasionally take place to mark specific events, such as Christmas, Valentine’s Day or changes to Lotto. On Saturday 10th October 2015, a record-breaking 25 Lotto Millionaire Raffle codes were drawn that were all worth £1 million each!