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UK NewsEuroMillions player sitting on £76m unclaimed prize

18:55  08 november  2018
18:55  08 november  2018 Source:   news.sky.com

Location of UK's £76m EuroMillions winner revealed

Location of UK's £76m EuroMillions winner revealed EuroMillions organisers searching for the UK winner of a £76m jackpot have revealed the location where the ticket was bought.

EuroMillions prizes in the UK must be claimed within 180 days of the winning draw date. How to claim depends on how you have chosen to take part, with the procedure differing for those who play online and those who buy their tickets for an authorised retailer. Below you will find all the information you

Unclaimed Prizes . Congratulations on becoming a EuroMillions winner! Now the all-important question is how to claim your prize . The claims procedure varies according to whether your ticket was purchased online or from an authorised retailer.

EuroMillions player sitting on £76m unclaimed prize © Getty shows balls used for the EuroMillions lottery at the headquarters of Francaise des Jeux

One lucky EuroMillions player yet to cash-in their ticket is sitting on a jaw-dropping jackpot prize of more than £76m.

National Lottery players across the country are being urged to double-check their tickets, with whoever secured the life-changing fortune in the draw last Friday seemingly still unaware that they are a multi-millionaire in waiting.

The owner of the winning ticket - worth £76.4m - matched all five main numbers in the draw, which were 5, 15, 17, 37 and 44.


They also matched two lucky star numbers - 7 and 11.

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A EuroMillions player has just seven days to identify themselves as the winner of £ 64m - the biggest unclaimed prize in UK lottery history. Players who believe they may have lost or destroyed their tickets have 30 days from the date of the draw to contact lottery operator Camelot so it can investigate

Yes, all EuroMillions prizes can be shared. This is because all EuroMillions prizes , including the jackpots, are paid out on a pari-mutuel basis. If a EuroMillions jackpot is not won, the prize fund allocated to the jackpot will ‘rollover’ to the following draw. The jackpot will continue rolling over until it

It is the fourth EuroMillions jackpot won in the UK this year and the 12th biggest National Lottery prize of all-time, with the winner set to be catapulted into the same riches league as the likes of Ed Sheeran and Gareth Bale.

EuroMillions player sitting on £76m unclaimed prize © Getty Gareth Bale in action for Real Madrid According to The Sunday Times Rich List, the pop star is worth a cool £80m, while the Real Madrid winger is worth £74m.

If another week goes by with no sign of the winner, The National Lottery will make public the area in which the ticket was bought to encourage people to check their tickets.

Andy Carter, senior winners' adviser at the National Lottery, said: "The ticket was bought in-store so you should check the places you usually keep your tickets and make sure you've checked them all in case you're the missing winner.

EXCLUSIVE: EuroMillions lotto winner Adrian Bayford puts £6.5m Georgian mansion on the market - just days after ex-wife puts her £735k waterfront home up for sale

EXCLUSIVE: EuroMillions lotto winner Adrian Bayford puts £6.5m Georgian mansion on the market - just days after ex-wife puts her £735k waterfront home up for sale Larger than life Adrian Bayford paid around £6.5million for his rambling country home and his land shortly after his big win in 2012. The estate in Suffolk (left) has been fully restored and has been fitted with marble fireplaces in its reception rooms, with full-length ceilings and high windows. Plans for the estate (centre) show the scale of the land which includes a farmhouse, four cottages and a three bedroom staff annexe, as well as stables and paddocks for horses and livestock. Larger than life Bayford paid around £6.5million for his rambling country home and his land shortly after his big win in 2012.

A current list of the largest EuroMillions prizes that remain unclaimed in the UK and Ireland. Find out how to claim a prize . Purchasing entries through your own online account provides a number of benefits, with the most significant being that your numbers are automatically checked and you are

Unclaimed prizes . Have you checked your tickets? Players must be 16 or over and physically located in the UK or Isle of Man. Thunderball, Lotto HotPicks and EuroMillions HotPicks In exceptional circumstances and depending on the number of winners overall and per prize category

"We have the champagne on ice and our fingers crossed that the lucky winner comes forward to claim their win soon. Our player services team are on standby waiting for the ticket-holder to come forward.

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"They have great expertise in helping winners embrace life-changing wins and making sure that they are able to start to enjoy their new found wealth as quickly as possible.

"They will be on hand every step of the way to guide the ticket-holder through the winning experience."

Despite the whopping jackpot, it is only the third biggest EuroMillions jackpot of the year so far.

In April, one winning ticket was worth £121m, and one in February was worth £77m.

In July, Fred and Lesley Higgins from Aberdeenshire claimed £57.9m - but only after having their winning ticket mistakenly torn in two.

Armstrong not loving life on the bench at Southampton.
Southampton midfielder Stuart Armstrong says that it has been hard sitting on the bench this season. Armstrong joined Southampton from Scottish giants Celtic in the summer but has struggled to find a regular place in the starting line-up this season. He has only managed two Premier League starts, and one in the League Cup, and six appearances as a substitute. The Scot has failed to score or assist so far, but has shown flashes of quality going forward. Speaking to The BBC, Armstrong said this: “I wouldn’t say I miss Scottish football. I had my time here. I was very grateful for it and had a lot of nice memories.” “It’s always hard when you’re not playing games, not starting games especially, because nobody likes sitting on the bench” “I’m not the most patient. I need to learn to adapt. I’m in a different league – I spent eight years in the Scottish League.” Armstrong started 15 league games for Celtic last season, scoring five and assisting three. He also started four Champions League games for the Hoops.

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