Unclaimed EuroMillions Prizes

The table below displays all currently unclaimed EuroMillions prizes in the UK and Ireland, along with the prize amount won, the winning location and how many days are remaining for each prize to be claimed.

Prizes in the UK are valid for 180 days from the date of a draw, while prizes in Ireland are valid for 90 days.

Draw Date & Number Prize Unclaimed Prize Level Area Bought Winning Numbers Last Date to Claim
26th October 2018
Draw No: 1158
£53,622.00 Match 5 and 1 Star UK:
Liverpool
5, 18, 21, 31, 35
Lucky Stars: 6, 9
Draw Details
24th April 2019
(29 days)
5th March 2019
Draw No: 1195
€272,165.00 Match 5 Ireland:
Meath
6, 10, 16, 39, 46
Lucky Stars: 8, 11
Draw Details
3rd June 2019
(69 days)
29th January 2019
Draw No: 1185
£1,000,000.00 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
West Oxfordshire District
Draw Details 28th July 2019
(124 days)
22nd February 2019
Draw No: 1192
£1,000,000.00 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
Epping Forest (District)
Draw Details 21st August 2019
(148 days)
1st March 2019
Draw No: 1194
£1,000,000.00 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
Preston Area
Draw Details 28th August 2019
(155 days)
1st March 2019
Draw No: 1194
£1,000,000.00 UK Millionaire Maker UK:
Coventry
Draw Details 28th August 2019
(155 days)

Unclaimed prizes last updated: 26/03/2019.

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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.