THERE are six £1million EuroMillions Millionaire Maker jackpots that still need to be claimed.
EuroMillions players are automatically given one Millionaire Maker code for every line of numbers they purchase.
Each code is made up of a random four letters and five numbers and can be found underneath your numbers on your EuroMillions ticket.
It doesn’t cost anything extra to be entered into the Millionaire Maker draw.
You also don’t need to ask to be entered as you’ll get your code automatically when you buy your line of numbers.
As you’re entered automatically, you can’t choose your code.
Occasionally, special draws take place that guarantee multiple winning Millionaire Maker codes. Each winning code is worth £1million.
It comes as one super lucky player from Switzerland pocketed a record-breaking £180million on Friday through the main EuroMillions draw.
The punter took home the huge prize after the pot rolled over five times.
What winning Millionaire Maker codes are waiting to be claimed?
You can see all National Lottery prizes that are still waiting to be claimed on its website.
For each jackpot, you have 180 days to claim your cash – and time is running out to bag two of the Millionare Maker prizes.
The last day to claim one of the Millionaire Maker prizes is March 17 for a ticket purchased in Walsall, while another win has a last claim date of March 31 for one person in Belfast.
The following Millionaire Maker codes still need to be claimed:
Date of draw: 18/09/2020
Area bought: Walsall
Last day to claim: 17/03/2021
Date of draw: 02/10/2020
Area bought: Belfast
Last day to claim: 31/03/2021
Date of draw: 06/11/2020
Area bought: Coventry
Last day to claim: 05/05/2021
Date of draw: 01/01/2021
Area bought: Brentwood
Last day to claim: 30/06/2021
Date of draw: 15/01/2021
Area bought: Sefton
Last day to claim: 14/07/2021
Date of draw: 29/01/2021
Area bought: Lewisham
Last day to claim: 28/07/2021
For EuroMillions, you pick five main numbers and two Lucky Stars, with draws taking place every Tuesdays and Fridays.
It costs £2.50 for one line of numbers.
We’ve revealed the most common winning numbers in the history of EuroMillions here.
How do I claim a Millionaires Maker prize?
If you’ve been really lucky and won a Millionaires Maker prize, you must claim your money in person.
You first need to call National Lottery on 0333 234 50 50 to tell them you’ve won.
Next, you’ll have to complete a Prize Claim Form and provide proof of identity and age.
National Lottery will also require proof of your winning ticket, so make sure you keep hold of it.
A spokesperson will instruct you about where you need to go to claim your prize.
EuroMillions is different to the main Lotto draw.
The first National Lottery draw was held on November 19 1994 when seven winners shared a jackpot of £5,874,778.
Gareth Bull, a 49-year-old builder, won the biggest-ever prize of £41million in November, 2020 and ended up knocking down his bungalow to make way for a luxury manor house with a pool.
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