Haven't Registered?
Join Now

What are the benefits of registering?

Close X
Pick your EuroMillions numbers and get a FREE line! Claim Now *Terms and conditions apply

Unclaimed Prizes

Winning EuroMillions tickets are valid for a period of 90 days and below is a list of the largest prizes still waiting to be claimed.

This list displays unclaimed prizes in the UK and Ireland:

Draw Date & Number Prize Unclaimed Prize Level Area Bought Winning
Last Date to Claim
14th July 2017
Draw: 1024
£687,688.80 Match 5 + 1 Star UK:
Metropolitan Borough of Oldham
11, 14, 20, 21, 47
Lucky Stars: 7, 10
10th January 2018
25th July 2017
Draw: 1027
£1,000,000 and a thrilling Florida break UK Millionaire Maker UK:
London Borough of Enfield
Draw Details 21st January 2018
19th September 2017
Draw: 1043
£1,000,000 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
North Somerset
Draw Details 18th March 2018
19th December 2017
Draw: 1069
€43,406 Match 5 Ireland:
8, 15, 30, 38, 46
Lucky Stars: 4, 7
19th March 2018
22nd December 2017
Draw: 1070
€500,000 EuroMillions Plus: Match 5 Ireland:
4, 6, 22, 30, 48 22nd March 2018
14th November 2017
Draw: 1059
£1,000,000 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
Dundee City
Draw Details 13th May 2018
19th December 2017
Draw: 1069
£1,000,000 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
Newcastle upon Tyne
Draw Details 17th June 2018

Unclaimed prizes last updated: 08/01/2018.

Do you have a winning ticket? Find out how to claim a prize.

Purchasing entries through your own online account provides a number of benefits, with the most significant being that your numbers are automatically checked and you are notified if you have won a prize.

What happens to Unclaimed Prizes?

Unclaimed prizes in the UK are added to the National Lottery’s Good Causes Fund after the 180-day time period has elapsed. Millions of pounds worth of prizes go unclaimed every year, and sometimes players even miss out on huge jackpots. On Friday 8th June 2012, a UK player won £63.8 million but then never came forward to claim their money.

In Ireland, prizes which are not claimed within 90 days are returned to the National Lottery. This money is then used for the promotion of its games, with the aim of raising funds for good causes.