The winning ticket was purchased in South Gloucestershire and matched all five main numbers (3, 4, 19, 28 and 43) drawn to win a third tier prize. Nearly six months have passed since the draw and so the ticket holder only has until 23.00 BST on Wednesday 24th September 2014 to claim their win before the prize, plus the interest it has accrued, will be added to the National Lottery Good Causes Fund. Back in June, a UK EuroMillions prize worth £1 million was added to the fund after the winning ticket holder failed to come forward in the 180 day claim period.
We’d like to remind players that buying EuroMillions tickets online eliminates the risk of prizes going unclaimed as your tickets are automatically checked after every draw and you are notified via email if your ticket matches a winning combination. Details of how to purchase your tickets online can be found on the How to Play page.
With the deadline for the £51,232.90 prize only weeks away, we urge all players who purchased a ticket in South Gloucestershire around the time of the draw to turn their houses, cars, garages and offices upside down to see if any of their old tickets could be a winner!