EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle Prize Worth £12 Million Expires This Week
25th November 2013 2:10 PM
A EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle prize worth £12 million will expire in the next two days if the winning ticket holder fails to come forward. The prize was won on Friday 31st May 2013 in a special Millionaire Raffle draw which gave UK EuroMillions players the chance to win £1 million every month for a year.
The winning ticket was purchased in Ladywood, Birmingham and won the £12 million prize by matching the Millionaire Maker number JRG37445. Appeals for the winner to come forward have proved unsuccessful and, with the deadline looming, UK lottery officials will be present in Birmingham today for one last attempt to try and locate the winner and unite them with their life-changing prize before it expires.
Euro-Millions.com advises all readers who purchased a ticket in Birmingham around the time of the draw to check their tickets immediately to see if they are the owner of the £12 million winning ticket.
If the winner doesn’t come forward, the prize and the interest it has generated will expire at 23.00 GMT on Wednesday and be added to the Good Causes fund.
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The EuroMillions jackpot is worth €31 / £26 million as there were no top prize winners in Friday’s draw. The first winning prize tier was the Match 5 plus one Lucky Star tier which saw a total of 13 lucky ticket holders each win €119,096 / £81,094. A full prize breakdown from Friday’s draw can be viewed on the EuroMillions Results page.
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