The unclaimed winning ticket matched the Millionaire Raffle code drawn on Friday 23rd August 2013, which was MFQ213183, to win £1 million. The ticket was purchased from an authorised retailer in Trafford, Manchester but, as the ticket has gone unclaimed for almost six months, the prize is due to expire in the next two weeks.
The ticket holder has until 23.00 GMT on Wednesday 19th February 2014 to come forward to claim their million pound prize before it will expire and be added to the Good Causes fund. Each week over £35 million is added to the Good Causes fund and, since the National Lottery launched in 1994, over £31 billion has been raised to help worthy causes throughout the UK.
With the deadline looming, we advise anyone who purchased a ticket in the Trafford for the draw in the time of August, to check their tickets immediately and see if they are the missing EuroMillions winner.
Further information on unclaimed UK lottery prizes can be found on Lottery.co.uk.
Other Lottery News
Several lottery draws taking place over the weekend are giving players the chance to win a number of life-changing prizes. Tonight’s EuroMillions draw offers a €26 / £21 million jackpot while tonight’s US Mega Millions draw has a jackpot of US$107 million to play for. On Saturday, the UK Lotto draw has accumulated a jackpot of £6.3 million plus 100 Lotto Raffle prizes each worth £20,000. However, the biggest jackpot up for grabs this weekend, is the US Powerball jackpot worth an impressive US$247 million.
Written by Grace Mee