Four £1m National Lottery prizes unclaimed as jackpot winners haven’t claimed

Four unwitting millionaires remain without their winnings having failed to come forward to collect their National Lottery EuroMillions prizes, it has been announced.

The EuroMillions draw made on Friday, February 3 saw 31 UK ticket-holders become instant millionaires as part of the 100 winners around Europe.

But the Daily Star can now reveal that just four people out of the UK's 31 winners have yet to claim their life-changing prizes.

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The areas of where the four winning tickets were purchased have not yet been revealed to the public, but the winners codes can be found here.

The draw involved players from all nine EuroMillions countries being put into a raffle, with the winning raffle codes being generated at random, with each winner having their own individual code.

Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said: “(That night's) EuroMillions draw was a bumper one for the UK.

“Not only were 30 lucky UK winners of a cool £1,000,000 created, thanks to the special 100 millionaires European Millionaire Maker draw but, as with every single EuroMillions draw, there was one lucky UK Millionaire Maker winner too – that makes 31 National Lottery UK millionaires on EuroMillions in just one night.

“We will now start to support the ticket holders who have come forward to claim their prize but we are also very keen to find the yet-to-claim four winners.

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“They could be sitting on £1M and not even know it

“We’re urging National Lottery players to check their tickets and their emails, if they played online, to see if they have some amazing news – what an incredible surprise it would be to realise you’ve started 2023 as a millionaire.”

According to a National Lottery spokesman, if still unclaimed, the locations of where three of the raffle ticket codes were bought will be revealed later this week.

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