Five individuals are yet to collect their lottery winnings in the United Kingdom, which they won during the festive season.
In different draws, two lucky ticket holders won £ 1 million each, while others triumphed in the Set For Life draw, which gives them £ 10,000 a month for a year.
One would-be millionaire won his reward at the Christmas Day draw via the EuroMillions UK Millionaire Builder prize.
It can only be disclosed at this point that the missing winner purchased his ticket from a National Lottery source, Camelot said.
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From the 29 December EuroMillions draw, there is also a £ 1 million UK Millionaire Builder reward to collect, while three £ 10,000-a-month-for-a-year Set For Life prize winners whose luck ran out on December 28 have yet to come forward.
“Andy Carter of Camelot, senior winners adviser to the National Lottery, said: “The drawing is not long ago, but now is the time to encourage all National Lottery players to search their tickets.
“Imagine what it would mean to win one of these amazing prizes – any one of them would certainly make a memorable late Christmas present.”
People can check their tickets at a local branch, or if they are a lucky winner who bought their ticket online, they can get an email notification.
Camelot said the payouts to the five winning ticket holders added 391 new millionaires to the £ 4 billion in prize money paid out in 2020.