In light of the Coronavirus outbreak the National Lottery have updated how advance play works on both EuroMillions and its spin-off game EuroMillions HotPicks.

“Dear National Lottery Retailer,

In light of the various measures to combat coronavirus that have been introduced in some of the nine countries in which EuroMillions operates and the potential impact that these could have on the operation of the game, and as you are aware, we have changed how advance play works on both EuroMillions and its spin-off game EuroMillions HotPicks.

From Wednesday 15 April, players will only be able to play in advance for the next two draws. Players will still be able to buy tickets on a draw-by-draw basis and the draws themselves will take place as planned.”

This decision has been made in the best interest of staff and customers during this uncertain time!

The advanced play on all other games will remain the same.

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