Players from the UK have been urged to double-check their lottery tickets as nobody has come forward to claim a jackpot payout of £11 million after one ticket matched all six lucky numbers.
The draw took place on October 30th and after nobody came forward to claim the prize after a week, it was announced to the public that the winning ticket has been sold at a retail outlet.
Andy Carter, senior winner's advisor for Camelot, said that, “this could be a life-changing win for the lucky ticket-holder and we’re hoping that they will now come forward and claim their amazing prize,” and added that the winner has likely to see, "their wealth skyrocket."
The announcement of this unclaimed jackpot comes one week after a 'must-be-won' UK National Lottery draw where a jackpot of £20 million had to be won even if nobody matched all six lucky numbers. These draws happen a few times a year; and are great for players looking for better chances at claiming a top lotto prize.