Missing Lottery Winner from Skegness or Boston

Do you live in the Lincolnshire area, or more specifically Skegness or Boston? If so then you could be sitting on a huge EuroMillions jackpot worth a life-changing sum. Last week we brought you the news that the winner of the recent £76,000,000 EuroMillions prize hadn’t come forward, and with another week gone by, that winner still hasn’t been found and Camelot has now announced the area that the ticket was sold in.

Organisers say that the latest big EuroMillions prize belongs to a ticket sold in the parliamentary constituency of Boston and Skegness, and that ticket matched five numbers and both Lucky Stars in the 2nd November EuroMillions draw. The ticket is worth a staggering €76,369,806, but despite more than two weeks passing since the draw, no one has come forward to claim.

The winner has a while to come forward yet, the prize must be claimed by 1st May or will be handed to good causes and become the UK’s biggest ever unclaimed jackpot. The previous biggest unclaimed prize was for a jackpot worth £64,000,000, that ticket was sold in Hertfordshire and despite several appeals like this one, no one ever came forward.

Right now lottery officials are on the streets in Lincolnshire with a giant cheque hoping to get people checking old lottery tickets. If you live in Skegness or Boston and you buy EuroMillions tickets then it’s time to recheck those from 2nd November as you could be sitting on a big prize! The winning numbers for the draw were 5, 15, 17, 37, 44; Lucky Stars 7 and 11, and someone, somewhere is holding this ticket.

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