A £1million National Lottery winner has just days to come forward to claim their prize – or it will vanish for good.
The mystery millionaire bought the winning ticket in Coventry but has yet to cash in.
According to the lottery operator, the winner has just two weeks left to claim their prize.
The final day to claim the cash won via a ticket purchased nearly six months ago will be on May 5.
The National Lottery says the ticket was purchased on November 6 and the winning code is XNRJ58133.
If the ticket holder fails to come forward, then the sum, and all the interest it has racked up while gathering dust, will be spent on National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.
Check the list of unclaimed prizes on the National Lottery’s website here to see if you’re one of the mystery winners
A lucky UK winner landed the £59million EuroMillions jackpot this Tuesday.
Their winning numbers were 5, 17, 28, 41 and 46 and the Lucky Stars were 10 and 11 .
Earlier this month a UK winner scored a massive £122m EuroMillions prize, making them the fifth biggest ever winner.
They came forward to claim the huge fortune but chose to remain anonymous.
Meanwhile, more mystery winners have huge windfalls awaiting them – whether they know it or not.
According to the National Lottery, two more unwitting millionaires have yet to come forward to claim their prizes that have a deadline for collection within months.
One ticket holder who won £1m from a ticket purchased in Sefton on January 15 must claim their money by July.
Another lucky £1m winner from the London borough of Lewisham also needs to claim their sum by the same month.
Meanwhile, one Set for Life winner is missing out on the £10,000 every month for 1 year they won on January 21.
That winner, who bought their ticket in Cheshire East, has until July 21 to come forward and claim their windfall.
- Check the list of unclaimed prizes on the National Lottery’s website here to see if you’re one of the mystery winners.