Unclaimed lottery prizes before Christmas

Lottery Tickets PenIt’s quite unbelievable to see the unclaimed lottery prizes that are to expire before Christmas if the winners cannot be found. It’s just a few weeks until Christmas and all of us are wishing we had a little bit more cash, yet these life-changing lottery prizes are just sitting with the National Lottery, waiting for the winners to come forward. There are no less than four lottery prizes expiring before Christmas, check the list below now, it could be you!

First up is a UK Lotto prize that expires on 6th December, the winning ticket matched five and the bonus in the Lotto draw on 9th June and is worth £76,794 and was purchased in the London Borough of Hounslow.

Next up is a Euromillions prize worth £263,598. The lottery ticket was purchased in the Portsmouth & Southsea for the Euromillions draw held on 11th June. This lottery prize expires on 8th December.

Then we have another Lotto winner, for the Lotto draw held on 19th June. This winner matched five and the bonus to scoop £53,948 and may be from the Borough of St Edmundsbury. This lottery prize will expire on 16th December if unclaimed.

Then another Euromillions prize, the ticket sold in the Islington and City of London area for the Euromillions draw held on 25th June. This lottery prize is worth £267,525 and expires on 22nd December.

And then, there are another two lottery prizes that expire before the New Year! We don’t know what is going on, or why there are so many unclaimed lottery prizes. Keep those lottery tickets in a safe place, and make sure you check the lottery results. Alternatively, buy your lottery tickets online and you won’t ever have to worry about missing a result again!

Article Last Updated: 26th November 2010

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