Just over a month ago, a UK player scooped a EuroMillions jackpot worth a massive £63.5 million, but despite all this time passing, no one has come forward to claim. Today though, it may be that the EuroMillions winner is out of time if that ticket has been lost.
EuroMillions winners has 180 days to claim their prize but there are other procedures in case concerning the ticket, and it’s the lost ticket procedure that may mean the unclaimed lottery winner has missed out.
If the EuroMillions winner has indeed lost the £63 million winning ticket, then they only had 30 days to lodge a lost ticket claim, and that thirty days was up, yesterday. That means that if the EuroMillions winner doesn’t know there the ticket is, they could really do with finding it, very, very quickly!
Thankfully there is still hope, even if that does lie in actually finding the EuroMillions ticket, and that hope is another five months to claim. As EuroMillions winners do get the full 180 days, providing the can present the lottery ticket to Camelot.
Again, we remind players that the actual ticket was sold for the 8th June EuroMillions draw, and was a half share of the £126 million jackpot. The winning ticket was sold in Stevenage or Hitchen and it really is imperative now that it is found or this bumper EuroMillions jackpot may be going to charity.
In other news, tomorrow’s EuroMillions jackpot is a staggering £50 million rollover!