With a £ 76 million winning EuroMillions ticket, STILL has not claimed the jackpot


November 15, 2018, 11:10 | Updated: 15 November 2018, 11:38

The hunt is open for the lucky lottery ticket

The hunt is open for the lucky lottery ticket.


The winning ticket was bought somewhere between Boston and Skegness – and time is running out to claim the money.

Dig into your pockets and check the numbers on your lottery tickets because you could be a multimillionaire!

The draw of the EuroMillions on 2 November saw only one lucky ticket £ 76 millionbut no one came forward to claim the prize.

A spokesman for the National Lottery said: "This is the biggest prize ever claimed, so there was a lot of interest.

"We are desperate for this mysterious ticket holder and join them with their winnings."

Check your ticket: you could be a millionaire!

Check your ticket: you could be a millionaire!


It is thought that the ticket was purchased somewhere between the cities of Boston and Skegness on the east coast of Britain – but time is running out for the prize to be claimed.

The unwitting winner will have time until 1 May 2019 to come forward, otherwise the prize money will be spent on projects financed by the lottery.

Corresponding to five numbers and two Lucky Star numbers, the winning ticket has reached 76,369,806 pounds.

The winning numbers from the draw on November 2 were 5, 15, 17 37, 44 and the Lucky Star numbers were 7 and 11.



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