National Lottery Appealing to Staffordshire Players Over Unclaimed Prizes

This week the National Lottery has put out an appeal to players in the Staffordshire area of the UK as an unprecedented number of unclaimed prizes from the county are outstanding and unclaimed right now.

Right now three tickets sold in Staffordshire are outstanding with unclaimed prizes, and each one of them is a Tier one or EuroMillions Raffle prizes. There are so many from the single county that they account for one quarter of all unclaimed Raffle prizes at the moment.

The first ticket in question was sold for the 17th January Lotto draw in the Newcastle under Lyme area of Staffordshire. The ticket matched the raffle tier one in the draw and the player has until 16th July to come forward.

The second ticket in question is a EuroMillions Raffle ticket sold in Stoke on Trent for the 23rd February EuroMillions draw. That ticket matched the Millionaire Maker prize and the winner has until 22nd August to come forward.

The final unclaimed lottery ticket from the Staffordshire area is a Lotto Raffle tier 1 winner, sold in the Borough of Stafford for the 7th April Lotto draw. This player has until 4th October to come forward.

While none of the prizes are imminently expiring, they will expire 180 days after the draw took place. Each one of them was sold in the County of Staffordshire and so if you buy tickets in the county it’s highly advised you recheck all your old tickets. Each one of these prizes is worth a massive, life-changing £1,000,000 and the prize will go to good causes if the winner isn’t found.

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