8th August 2011 11:31 AM
Recently in the EuroMillions Lottery news, the Scottish record winning couple have been top of the agenda, and it's little wonder. However, this week we want to talk about another Scottish EuroMillions ticket, sold for the 22nd July 2011. This ticket matched all five main balls and just one lucky star in the EuroMillions draw, but the Scottish EuroMillions prize is unclaimed, leading us to put out the first appeal for the winner to find the ticket and come forward to claim.
This Scottish EuroMillions prize isn’t breaking any records, but at £107,259 it is pretty life-changing. The EuroMillions lottery ticket in question was sold in the West Dunbartonshire area of Scotland and the winning numbers in the draw in question were 4, 15, 23, 49 and 50. The Lucky Stars in the draw were 2 and 6. The ticket, if and when it resurfaces matched all of the five main numbers, and just one of the lucky stars, so if you buy lottery tickets in the area, these are the numbers you are looking for! The winner has until 18th January to come forward, but the more time that passes, the less likely it will be that the EuroMillions ticket will be found.
In other EuroMillions news, tomorrow night there’s a double rollover jackpot up for grabs. The second rollover means that EuroMillions players buying tickets for tomorrow’s draw will be in line for a jackpot estimated at €35 million. The Tuesday EuroMillions draw is not televised but the EuroMillions results will be available a little after 9pm.
Written by Tim Reynolds
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