£600,000 Euromillions Ticket Sold in Barnet
Last Updated: Monday 22nd August 2011, 01:05 am
The rule changes to the Euromillions Lottery have certainly been pushing those prizes up; the second tier prize in particular has had a real boost and we’ve seen winners walk away with massive amounts of cash. Such as the £600,000 Euromillions ticket, sold in the London Borough of Barnet, that has still not been claimed despite more than two weeks passing since the draw.
The Euromillions ticket was sold for the 5th August Euromillions draw. The ticketholder purchased the ticket in the London Borough of Barnet. The ticket matched five main balls and just one Lucky Star in the draw and is worth a massive £610,164 but the winner is yet to claim.
Now it’s possible that the winner is aware of the win, and is just taking time to claim. However, it may be that the lottery ticket is sitting in someone’s house, jacket or handbag and the winner isn’t even aware. If you buy lottery tickets in this area, did you check your Euromillions results that week?
It’s quite possible players were distracted by the English riots just a few days later and someone forgot to check the results. The week following the 5th August draw was certain a busy media week and it would be quite easy to be distracted.
It’s just a couple of weeks since the Euromillions draw, but the more time that passes, the less likely that a lost lottery ticket will be found. If you buy lottery tickets in the London Borough of Barnet, it’s time to check all your old Euromillions tickets now.
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