Win up to Dh35 million in new UAE raffle
Buyer can opt into a free live draw for a chance to win from Dh35 million to Dh50 million.
Cash prizes worth Dh35 million are up for grabs in weekly raffles, with a digital "collectables" scheme rolled out in the UAE. Said to be the region's first "fatwa-approved", the first raffle draw will take place on April 18 at 7.30pm and will be streamed live.
Emirates Loto offers 'collectables' - cards of prominent UAE landmarks - that can be purchased online or through the app for Dh35.
The buyer can opt into a free live draw for a chance to win from Dh35 million to Dh50 million in jackpot prizes every week. Online buyers also have the choice to donate their collectable to charity instead of arranging to have it delivered.
Buyers can then use the Emirates Loto website or App to select six numbers from one to 49. If three, four, five, or six of the numbers selected for the draw match the six numbers randomly drawn by the ball machine that week, they win a prize.
Prizes that run into millions
The prize depends on how many of the selected numbers are matched with the draw results in no particular sequence. If all six numbers match, the buyer can win a share in a minimum cash jackpot of D35 million, which will be divided equally among all winners. If five numbers match, they win a "guaranteed" Dh350,000 cash prize. If four numbers match, the buyer wins Dh300; and three numbers give the buyer a free entry to the next draw.
If no one matches the six numbers drawn, then the prize of Dh35 million increases by Dh5 million every week until it reaches the amount of Dh50 million. It will remain at Dh50 million until it is claimed.
Paul Sebestyen, chief executive officer of the company, said: "The UAE, with its spirit and drive for innovation and
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