An enormous £1million EuroMillions jackpot will expire in the next few days after going unclaimed for months.
The winner has not yet come forward for the huge draw, which was made on September 9 last year.
The prize expires on Wednesday, meaning there are just four days left to claim the money.
Lottery bosses are encouraging punters to double check their tickets to see if they have these winning digits: TDJL68325.
An enormous £1million EuroMillions jackpot will expire in the next few days after going unclaimed for months. [File image]
If nobody comes forward with the winning ticket by the expiry date, the £1million will be donated to National Lottery projects across the UK
They know that the winner of the UK Millionaire Maker jackpot entered the draw in the small market town of Tewkesbury, in Gloucestershire.
It comes after yesterday’s jaw-dropping £114million EuroMillions jackpot, which could leave one lucky ticket buyer three times richer than football star Harry Kane -whose net worth is estimated at £42million by the Sunday Times Rich List.
The National Lottery has not yet announced whether any tickets matched the winning numbers for the life-changing $114million prize.
Last month, a pantomime dame had a massive stroke of luck after he found a EuroMillions lottery ticket inside a sun visor while clearing out his car – winning him £55,000.
Dion Davies, 47, had been asked by the valet cleaner to take his belongings out of the black Nissan ‘just in case he threw away’ something of value.
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