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Two ticket-holders have still to claim their £1,000,000 UK Millionaire Maker prizes from the special EuroMillions draw.
Lottery bosses are staying tight-lipped about the details but are urging players to check their tickets.
All they are saying is the two missing winners both bought their winning tickets for the draw on Friday, April 30 in retail.
UK players automatically receive a EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker code printed on their ticket for every EuroMillions line played.
Millionaire Maker guarantees to create a millionaire in every draw.
But in the special draw last week, 10 guaranteed UK millionaires were created.
So far, eight of the prizes have been claimed.
Camelot’s Andy Carter, the senior winners’ advisor at The National Lottery, said: “It’s only a week since the draw, but we’re urging all EuroMillions players to check their tickets to be in with a chance of claiming one of these two amazing £1,000,000 prizes.”
Once a ticket-holder has called Camelot and the claim has been validated and paid, the ticket-holder will then decide whether or not to go public.
There will be no information on whether these wins are individual or syndicate winners unless the ticket-holder decides to go public.
National Lottery players are being urged to check their tickets online or by downloading the app.
The two prizes came two weeks after a 10-strong bus driver syndicate won a £1million UK Millionaire Maker win.
The drivers, from Carlisle, scooped £100,000 each after their ticket matched the draw on April 16.
They include Kenneth Devlin, Sherry Haughin, Kevin Davidson, David Taylor, Darren Robson, Philip Dunn, Les Kirkaldy, Scott Janczuk, John Nunn and company secretary Susan Kilgour.
The winners said they have big plans for the money, ranging from new cars and paying off mortgages, to treating the family and splashing out on camper vans.
But they said that none of them plan to stop driving just yet.
- National Lottery
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