Lottery winner who scooped £1m EuroMillions jackpot to LOSE prize if it’s not claimed this week

A LOTTERY winner who scooped a £1m EuroMillions jackpot is set to LOSE their prize if they don't claim this week.

The punter won the UK millionaire maker prize in a draw back on September 25.

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The ticket was bought in East Cheshire but the player has still not come forward to claim the top prize.
And time is running out fast – the six month deadline to claim it is up on Sunday.

On the bright side, if it does go unclaimed the cash will all go to the Good Causes fund.

All players of the UK version of EuroMillions are automatically entered into the UK Millionaire Maker, which guarantees at least one lucky player will win £1 million in every draw.

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The code consists of four letters and five numbers, with each code entered into a raffle where one is picked at random to win the prize.

You'll have a better chance of locating your ticket in Austria – where winners have three years to claim.

The odds of winning any EuroMillions prize are 1 in 13.

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