Have you checked your lottery tickets?
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A £33million share of Saturday’s Lotto jackpot is as yet unclaimed - and organisers are urging players in Suffolk to check their tickets.
One lucky winner has already claimed their share of the £66m jackpot, but one ticket matching all six winning numbers from Saturday’s £66 million draw - 26, 27, 46, 47, 52 and 58 - is still out there.
A spokesman said: “Someone out there still doesn’t realise they have won.”
Both players are in line to take home £33,035,323 once their tickets are verified.
Saturday’s massive jackpot - the biggest ever - was the result of 14 rollovers.
New rules stipulated that once the amount went over £50 million it would have been shared between the next tier down of winners if no one matched all six numbers.
Prize winners have 180 days after the draw date to come forward, which means Saturday night’s joint winner has until July 7 to claim their prize.
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Several £1 million prizes from the EuroMillions Millionaire Maker raffle are still unclaimed. One person who bought their Lotto ticket in the London borough of Barking and Dagenham has until March 10 to claim more than £4.6 million.
Unclaimed prizes are put towards National Lottery projects.
Suffolk has seen its fair share of winners including a Haverhill couple who scooped £148m on the EuroMillions.