Two UK Lottery Prizes Set To Expire In a Matter of Days
Last Updated: Tuesday 3rd July 2018, 11:40
Time is running out for two UK lottery winners to come forward and claim their prizes before they expire in the next few days. The two unclaimed prizes in question are a UK Lotto prize worth £213,807 and a EuroMillions prize worth £118,797.
The winning UK Lotto ticket was purchased in Powys for the draw on Wednesday 19th June 2013 and matched five main numbers and the Bonus Ball to win £213,807. The winning numbers from the draw were 6, 9, 13, 35, 36 and 47 with the Bonus Ball 31.
The unclaimed EuroMillions prize was won a day earlier on Tuesday 18th June 2013 and matched all five main numbers and one Lucky Star to win £118,797. The winning numbers from the draw were 17, 24, 33, 41 and 44 with Lucky Stars 1 and 11. The winning EuroMillions ticket was purchased in Huddersfield.
The missing EuroMillions winner has until 23.00 GMT on Sunday 15th December while the UK Lotto winner has until 23.00 GMT on Monday 16th December to claim their prizes. If the winning ticket holders fail to come forward before the deadline, then both prizes will expire and be added to the Good Causes fund.
With the deadline only a few days away, National-Lottery.com strongly recommends that players who purchased UK Lotto or EuroMillions tickets around the time of the draws to check their tickets immediately.
View a full list of unclaimed UK lottery prizes.