National Lottery jackpot left unclaimedThursday October 8th 2009
National Lottery operator, Camelot, are appealing for the holder of a National Lottery ticket worth more than £3.6 million to come forward to claim this life changing jackpot prize. This lottery ticket was the winner of the lottery draw which took place on 23rd September 2009, which was the midweek lottery draw. Almost two weeks later and this National Lottery jackpot is still left unclaimed.
The winning ticket bearing the numbers, 23, 25, 28, 41, 46 and 47, was purchased in the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey area of Scotland. So if you purchased a ticket from this area at around the time of this draw, then maybe you should re-check your ticket, or look it out if you have not yet checked it.
It is amazing how many people who actually buy lottery tickets fail to check them regularly. Apart from this current unclaimed prize, the largest unclaimed lottery prize in England at present is a EuroMillions ticket worth £286,508 which won on a drawing back on July 24th. With so many other lottery prizes left unclaimed, everyone should check any tickets that they have lying around from weeks gone. Any one of these winning lottery tickets could belong to you.
This latest unclaimed win was a single ticket win, as no one else matched all of the UK National Lottery numbers. It is a life changing amount and the winner has until March 22nd 2010 to claim this fantastic prize.