Three Lotto prizes waiting for claims
Last Updated: Tuesday 17th May 2011, 10:19 am
On 30th April, the Lotto draw in the UK paid out over £13 million in prizes, to over 600,000 winners. The jackpot split three ways, made a lovely share and the second tier prize of £53,753 was a nice consolation prize for the 23 players who matched it. However, three of these Lotto prizes are still waiting for claims, leading the National Lottery to put out an appeal for the winners to come forward.
Each of the unclaimed Lotto prizes is a second tier, five and the bonus prize and while the winners do still have a while to step forward, it is always considered best to cash in your winning tickets as soon as possible.
A quick reminder of the numbers will hopefully jog the memories of these winners, so the winning numbers in the draw were 1 – 6 – 12 – 29 – 36 – 44 and the bonus ball was 21. If you matched five of those balls and the bonus ball, then you may be one of these unclaimed Lotto winners.
The three winning tickets were sold in different locations around Britain; one was sold in the Doncaster area, another in the Wirral and the third in the Borough of Bridgend in Wales. If you buy lottery tickets in any of these three areas, then it really is now time to double-check those lottery results and winning numbers.
In other lottery news, it’s Tuesday and that means the brand new midweek Euromillions draw. If you haven’t yet bought your lottery tickets for the draw, then it is your last chance to do so now.
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