£1m EuroMillions prize goes unclaimed
Lottery officials are yet again wringing their hands - another £1m windfall has gone unclaimed. This means the money will go back into the pockets of the lottery.
But there is of course good news. The money will be used for funding various projects across the country.
Still, for the unsung winner out there who actually bought the ticket, this is a disaster. Nevertheless, losing your ticket is easily avoided. Read on the find out how you protect your winning ticket.
The lost prize was won in the New Year's Eve draw last year. The deadline for claiming winnings is set to 180 days. That deadline has now expired.
The ticket was bought in Warwickshire. Despite efforts from Lottery officials, no winner has been found.
There is an easy way to avoid missing out on your winnings - big or small. When you play online it's impossible to loose your prize. If you do win you will be notified immediately.
Another advantage is that it is actually impossible to lose your ticket. There is actually none. Well, there are your virtual numbers and pay slip of course. These are automatically stored in the lottery's database.
If you win you will be notified via email.
We would like to wish you good luck in the next draw. This Friday sees a £33 million jackpot up for grabs. Don't forget to play your lucky numbers.
See you on Friday!
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