During the inaugural draw of Emirates Draw on September 25, 2021.
PHOTO BY EMIRATES DRAW
DUBAI – Emirates Draw, which made its debut draw on September 25, is the latest prize draw to open in the UAE. But what is it? Here’s what you need to know.
Emirates Draw is a prize game where participants have the chance to win two prizes in one draw. The mechanics is a hybrid of a number combination win and raffle draw. Part of the proceeds of Emirates Draw goes to the Fujairah Coral Reef Programme.
Participants automatically enter two draws. The first is a raffle draw where seven winners are randomly picked. This is followed by a second draw for a winning combination of seven numbers. The numbers have to be matched in the exact order in order to win.
Dh77.77 million: Match all 7 numbers in the exact order
Dh777,777: Match 6 out of 7 numbers in the exact order
Dh77,777: Match 5 out of 7 numbers in the exact order
Dh7,777: Match 4 out of 7 numbers in the exact order
Dh777: Match 3 out of 7 numbers in the exact order
Dh77: Match 2 out of 7 numbers in the exact order
Dh77,777: Weekly prize for 7 random people
You can purchase a Dh50 coral polyp through the Emirates Draw website, which enters you into the draw. Participants can select their 7-digit number or choose their numbers randomly. Selected number combinations are locked in and no one else can have the same number.
Draws are held weekly, every Saturday, starting at 7pm UAE time. The draws are streamed live on the Emirates Draw YouTube page.
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