The elusive ticket holder matched five main numbers in the draw to potentially net themselves £51,232 but is yet to come forward, risking missing out on paying off a giant chunk of their mortgage, swapping their motor for something top-of-the-range or jetting off for some tropical winter sun.
EuroMillions fans from Thornbury to Chipping Sodbury will be frantically searching down the back of sofas and digging out their spring wardrobe to root through the pockets, desperately hoping to find that all-important slip of paper before the deadline passes. The Unclaimed Prizes page of Euro-Millions.com has a list of all tickets that are about to expire, details on how to avoid missing out on a cash windfall and horror stories of prizes that were lost forever!
If you fancy netting yourself a win that you will remember to claim, tickets are now on sale for tomorrow night’s EuroMillions draw, which features an estimated jackpot of £11 million and Wednesday’s Lotto, which has a top prize of £2.1 million. You can buy them online or, providing you have decided on a safe place to stash your ticket, from authorised retailers. Good luck!