The winning ticket from the draw was purchased in the Ladywood area of Birmingham and matched the winning Millionaire Raffle number JRG437445 to win the £12 million prize. An appeal for the winner to come forward has, to date, proved unsuccessful and as the prize expires next month, officials are urging players to check their ticket(s) from this draw to see if they are the £12 million winner.
The winning ticket holder should immediately sign of the back of the ticket, keep it safe and contact lottery officials to claim their prize. If the winner fails to claim the prize by Wednesday 27th November 2013 the prize, along with the interest is has generated, will be added to the Good Causes fund.
Other EuroMillions News
Tomorrow’s EuroMillions draw gives players the chance to win a jackpot worth €31 / £26 million after players in Tuesday’s draw failed to match the five main numbers and two Lucky Stars. Not only was there no jackpot winner in Tuesday’s draw, but there were also no winners in the second tier. This resulted in the prize fund for the second tier rolling down to be shared between the two ticket holders who matched the five main numbers. The two lucky players in the third tier each won an impressive €655,757 (approximately £557,067), the highest individual Match 5 prize in EuroMillions history.
To view a full prize breakdown from Tuesday’s draw, visit the EuroMillions Results page.