National Lottery Euromillions: Unclaimed £1 million prize to expire in days - players urged to check tickets

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A £1 million Euromillions jackpot is set to expire in a matter of days after going unclaimed for several months.

A winner is yet to come forward for a £1 million prize from the UK Millionaire Maker draw, which was made on September 9 last year. The winner has just days left to claim the £1 million prize, with it set to expire on Wednesday (March 8).

If no one comes forward by the deadline, the money will be donated to National Lottery projects across the country. So far in 2023, the National Lottery has made five UK millionaires.

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Players are being urged to check and double-check their tickets to see if they have the winning numbers and come forward if they have a  claim to the prize. Under National Lottery rules, all draw game prizes must be claimed within 180 days after the draw.

In the search for the winner of the £1 million prize, the National Lottery has revealed the area in the UK where the ticket was bought and the winning numbers.

Lottery tickets for the EuroMillions jackpotLottery tickets for the EuroMillions jackpot
Lottery tickets for the EuroMillions jackpot | AFP via Getty Images

National Lottery: Winning numbers and where was the ticket bought

The winning numbers for the £1million National Lottery prize are: TDJL68325. The ticket was bought in the UK town of Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire.

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