The Irish Millionaire Raffle is a special game held to mark special occasions such as Easter or Christmas. Unlike Lotto, Daily Million and other games, the Millionaire Raffle offers a set number of tickets for sale on each occasion, meaning that no additional tickets can be sold beyond the amount determined for each game. Each Raffle ticket is sold with a pre-printed, randomly selected number; players can't choose which numbers they want to play.
Sales for the Millionaire Raffle stop on a designated date or when all the tickets are sold, whichever comes first. Millionaire Raffle tickets cost more than Irish Lotto or EuroMillions entries, but offer larger cash prizes. Each raffle provides a single top prize of €1 million, with the value of other awards usually falling between €250 and €250,000.
How it Works
Millionaire Raffle games are conducted in two stages. The winning tickets are selected at random out of the entire pool of purchased tickets and are then drawn again to determine which prize is allocated to each winning ticket.