UK EuroMillions Prize Due to Expire Next Week

Time is running out for a UK EuroMillions winner to come forward and claim their prize worth £168,155 before it expires next week. All National Lottery prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the date of the draw, so the person holding the winning ticket needs to act fast!

UK EuroMillions Prize Due to Expire Next Week

The ticket in question was purchased from a retailer in the London Borough of Bexley for the draw on Friday 24th January 2014 and matched all five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to win the second tier prize of £168,155. The winning numbers from the draw were 5, 19, 34, 35 and 41 with Lucky Stars 1 and 5.

The draw saw a total of seven ticket holders, two of whom were from the UK, match six of the seven numbers drawn to each win the second tier prize. One of the UK winners has already claimed their EuroMillions prize, but the hunt is now on to locate the second winner and unite them with their winnings before the deadline passes.

The outstanding UK EuroMillions winner has until 23.00 BST on Wednesday 23rd July 2014 to claim their win before the prize, along with the interest it has generated, is added to the National Lottery Good Causes fund.

If you bought a EuroMillions ticket in Bexley back in late January, then it’s time to search for that ticket! Make sure you check drawers, pockets and handbags to find out if you are the owner of a small piece of paper which could change your life!

If this missing EuroMillions winner had purchased their ticket online, they would have automatically been notified of their win via email and wouldn’t now be within days of missing out on a small fortune! We’ll keep you updated on this story and any players who don’t already buy their tickets online, now may be a good time to start!

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Written by Grace Mee

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