An unknowing EuroMillions player in the UK may be sitting on an 11-million-pound winning lottery ticket!
There has been no one to claim the £11 million jackpot or the £1 million EuroMilllions prize.
They matched all six lucky numbers in a draw that took place on August 14th, 2021, and won the $11 million prize. In the UK Millionaire Maker draw on August 13th, a £1 million prize was won by an online player.
UK lottery Camelot is asking all players who bought tickets for either draw to double-check if they are one of the lucky winners before they buy another one!
According to Andy Carter, a spokesman for the National Lottery “we’re asking National Lottery players to check their tickets – for the Lotto jackpot prize this is the physical paper ticket, while for the EuroMillions Millionaire Maker prize, we’re asking players to log into their National Lottery account to check, as this win was online”
From the time of the draw, these lucky winners will have 180 days in which to claim their prizes.
Bus drivers syndicate and their secretary won £1 million in the UK online lottery draw.
Stagecoach employees Plan B will each receive £100,000 after their ticket matched the EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker code on April 16, according to the syndicate.
As for their plans for the money, they revealed that none of them plan to retire because they love their jobs at the depot.
Kenny Devlin, Sherry Haughin, Kevin Davidson, David Taylor, Darren Robson and Susan Kilgour are among the Carlisle-based drivers who range in age from 30 to 65.
New cars, paying off mortgages, treating the family, and splashing out on camper vans for a summer staycation are all on their shopping lists.
It’s a life-changing sum of money for everyone, said Kevin, 50. “We all have different plans for it.”
“At first, some members of the syndicate considered retiring, but then changed their minds. Everybody loves their job. Some of us went back to work the day after finding out that they won.
“Our customers are too important to us, and we would never want to let anyone down.”
The father-of-first three’s priority is to take care of his family and “enjoy life.” “he remarked.
A 16-year veteran bus driver, Kevin said: “This will change my life and allow me to live more comfortably.”
As a result, “financial worries disappear.”