Lottery ticket holders are being urged to double-check their numbers because the £4.1 million prize has yet to be claimed.
If no valid claim has been received within two weeks of the draw, the area where the ticket was purchased is released in the hopes of jogging someone’s memory.
Anyone who played the National Lottery’s Lotto game on Saturday, November 13 should check their ticket because the £4.1 million prize has yet to be claimed.
One lucky ticket holder won the incredible £4,101,869 jackpot prize, and the missing Lotto jackpot winner, who matched all six main numbers in the draw, purchased their Lotto jackpot-winning ticket at a retail shop.
If no valid claim is received within two weeks of the draw, the area where the ticket was purchased is released in the hopes of jogging someone’s memory.
“This life-changing Lotto jackpot prize was won just a week ago,” Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ advisor at The National Lottery, explained.
“We’re urging Lotto players to double-check their tickets because this could be a life-changing prize for the lucky ticket holder.”
“We’re hoping they’ll come forward now and claim their fantastic prize.”
“Moreover, tonight’s (Friday, November 19) EuroMillions jackpot is a massive estimated £110 million, indicating that National Lottery players could have a fantastic weekend of winning.”
The ticket holder will decide whether or not to go public and share their news after calling the National Lottery Line and having their claim validated and paid.
Unless the ticket holder decides to go public, there will be no way of knowing whether this National Lottery win is an individual or syndicate win.
The winner has only 180 days to claim the prize from the date of the drawing.
This isn’t the only unclaimed prize, according to the National Lottery’s website.
Four £1 million EuroMillions jackpots remain unclaimed, with two smaller prizes also up for grabs.
One of the £1 million winning tickets was purchased in Liverpool for the September 7 draw, and the winner has until March 6, 2022, to claim the prize.
Call the National Lottery Line at 0333 234 5050 or email [email protected] if you think you have the winning ticket.
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