The winning ticket was purchased in the Warwick area and matched one of the twenty-five Millionaire Raffle codes from the New Year’s Eve draw. As 180 days have almost passed since the win, the missing ticket holder only has until 23.00 BST on Sunday 29th June 2014 to claim their win before the prize, along with the interest it has generated, is added to the National Lottery Good Causes fund. A full list of the winning raffle codes from the draw can be found on Euro-Millions.com.
This unclaimed prize is now the final prize from the special New Year’s Eve Millionaire Raffle draw outstanding and so players are being advised to thoroughly check any EuroMillions to see if they are the missing winner. So cast your mind back; during the hustle and bustle of the festive period, did you purchase a EuroMillions ticket in the Warwick area? If so, now is the time to dig out your old tickets and find out if you are the missing millionaire.
The best way to avoid winning a EuroMillions prize and not knowing about it is to purchase your lottery tickets online. Not only is playing online safe and convenient but your EuroMillions tickets are automatically checked and you will receive an email notification if your ticket has matched a winning combination. In the event that you have won a prize, your winnings will be paid directly into your online account or, for larger prizes, details will be provided about how to claim your prize.
For further information on how to play EuroMillions online, along with a full list of EuroMillions prizes still waiting to be claimed, visit Euro-Millions.com.
Written by Grace Mee