The mystery Brit who has won a life-changing Lotto jackpot prize of over £7 million has still yet to come forward, with the organisation now announcing a 30-day deadline for the cash to be claimed.
The National Lottery jackpot of £7,440,150 from the draw on Saturday, June 18, was won by someone in Wolverhampton.
The all-important winning numbers in the Lotto draw on were 11, 14, 36, 39, 42, 59 and the Bonus Ball 21 – with the missing ticket-holder matching the six main numbers.
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The lucky winner has until 5pm on Monday, July 18, to contact Camelot in writing if they can’t find their ticket but think that these were their lucky numbers.
The deadline to claim the winning ticket is December 15, 2022.
Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said: “Monday 18 July at 5pm is a key milestone for this incredible Lotto jackpot unclaimed prize. Although there are 180 days for the winner to come forward with the winning ticket, during the first 30 days after the draw it’s still possible to make a claim in writing to Camelot if the ticket has been lost, destroyed or even eaten by the dog!
“There’s no need to panic if you haven’t got your ticket to hand, but you need to act fast and write to us before next Monday.”
Andy said his team have the champagne already on ice for when the winner does come forward.
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He added: "Our player services team are on standby. They have great expertise in helping winners embrace life-changing wins and making sure that they are able to start to enjoy their new found wealth as quickly as possible.
"They will be on hand every step of the way to guide the winner through the winning experience.”
If no-one comes forward with the winning ticket before the prize claim deadline, then the prize money, plus all the interest it has generated, will go to help National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.
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