Huge National Lottery jackpot is still unclaimed

January 11, 2010 by  
Filed under Lottery News

An appeal is being made by National Lottery operator Camelot in an attempt to find one of the UK’s multi-million pound lottery winners who is yet to come forward and claim their prize. In September one lucky ticket matched all six lottery numbers drawn to win the £3,681,197 top prize but so for this huge National Lottery jackpot is still unclaimed.

If you buy tickets for the UK National Lottery we urge you to check the bottoms of the draws, in those jacket pockets even check down the sides of the sofas because if you find this winning lottery ticket it will be worth more than the handful of change usually found down there. If you buy online lotto tickets check your emails, check your junk email filter and thoroughly check any lottery numbers you have bought previously just in case.

According to figures from Camelot the National Lottery ticket in question was bought in the Constituency of Inverness, Nairn Badenoch and Strathspey in Scotland for the 23 Sep 2009 Lotto draw. The six winning lottery numbers drawn were unusually grouped together meaning the winning ticket could well have been bought as a lucky dip or maybe the six numbers chosen had significance to the ticket holder. The lottery numbers drawn on the 23rd of September were; 23, 25, 28, 41, 46 and 47. The bonus ball drawn was 27. So if you think that you could have bought the £3.6 million missing lottery ticket have a good hunt around as that sort of cash will be worth the effort.

To reduce the chance of buying tickets for a lottery then missing your opportunity to claim buy lottery tickets online. When you buy tickets online you not only save yourself time and effort but you can also rest easy knowing that you will receive an email notifying you of any winning lottery tickets you have bought.