Almost two weeks ago, two players shared a EuroMillions jackpot worth a staggering £126 million, and one of these ticketholders was from the UK. However, despite huge media coverage and two weeks of frenzy, no one has come forward to claim the prize. With two weeks passing, the longest a prize of this size has ever gone unclaimed, Camelot have now put out an appeal for the unclaimed winner, releasing details of the winning ticket.
So far we know that the winning ticket was for the 8th June EuroMillions draw, and we know it’s worth over £63 million. Now Camelot have released that the ticket was sold in Hertfordshire, the Stevenage and Hitchen area so if you buy EuroMillions tickets in this area, then it’s time to recheck the 8th June EuroMillions results.
This ticketholder is sitting on a EuroMillions prize worth £63,837,543.60 but they may not even know! If you bought tickets for the 8th June EuroMillions draw in the Stevenage and Hitchen area then recheck and triple check your old EuroMillions tickets now!
Someone, in the Hertfordshire area is sitting on a EuroMillions prize worth £63 million, but unless they come forward, they may miss out! Did you buy a lucky dip that is possibly sitting in the bottom of your handbag? Is it possible this ticket is in a suit jacket pocket that has been hung back up.
We can only hope this winner comes forward and claims very soon, if you think it’s you, then you must call the National Lottery hotline on 0845 910 0000!