£57M EuroMillions jackpot remains unclaimed in Scotland

A winning EuroMillions lottery ticket worth more than £57 million that was bought in South Ayrshire is yet to be claimed.

£57m EuroMillions remains unclaimed in South Ayrshire

National Lottery players in the area are now being urged to check their tickets to see if they are the lucky winner that could become £57,869,670.00 richer.

They can do this online via The National Lottery website or through The National Lottery App, rather than taking a trip to the shops.

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If you think you have the winning ticket, call the National Lottery Line on 0333 234 5050 to claim.

The search is on to find the owner of the winning ticket, who matched all five main numbers and the two Lucky Star numbers in the EuroMillions draw on Tuesday, 17 March, 2020. The winning numbers were 05, 07, 08, 16 and 20, with the Lucky Stars 2 and 12.

The ticket-holder has until Sunday, 13 September, 2020 to make their claim.

If no-one comes forward before the prize claim deadline, the prize money, plus all the interest generated, will go to help National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.

Camelot’s Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery said: “We’re desperate to find this mystery ticket-holder and unite them with this massive prize which could really make a huge difference to somebody’s life.”

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