National Lottery Searches for Unclaimed £1M Ticket Winner

By: Online Lotteries

NORTH SOMERSET, UK — The National Lottery is actively searching for the fortunate winner of an unclaimed £1 million prize from a ticket purchased during a special EuroMillions European Millionaire Maker draw. The lottery organization is encouraging players to double-check their tickets, specifically from the draw held on Friday, February 3, as the winner has yet to come forward.

EuroMillions £1M Prize Unclaimed

In an effort to assist in locating the ticket holder, the National Lottery has disclosed the location where the winning ticket was purchased. Players who bought tickets in North Somerset (XFHF 13164) are advised to carefully examine the unique EuroMillions European Millionaire Maker code found at the bottom of their tickets, as this could instantly transform them into millionaires.

For those who may have misplaced their tickets or are unable to present them for any reason, a written claim can still be submitted to Camelot within 30 days of the draw, provided they have a legitimate claim.

Andy Carter, Senior Winners' Advisor at the National Lottery, expressed excitement over the recent surge in UK EuroMillions winners. "It's been an amazing couple of weeks of paying out UK EuroMillions winners for me and my team," he said. In the special EuroMillions European Millionaire Maker draw on February 3, a total of 31 UK millionaires were created. Out of these, 29 ticket holders have already claimed their prizes and begun receiving support.

Carter urged players who purchased tickets in the North Somerset area to thoroughly check their old EuroMillions tickets and search for any potentially misplaced winning tickets.