EuroMillions jackpot winner misses deadline and loses £1 million fortune.

On March 23, 2015, someone in North Devon, UK, purchased a EuroMillions lottery ticket which held the lucky numbers for a £1 million fortune. That’s quite a lot of instant cash!

Six months later, however, the fortune remains unclaimed, and now time has run out to cash in the winning ticket.

The money, plus interest, will go to the lottery good causes fund.

The EuroMillions website explains: “Despite appeals for the winners of unclaimed prizes to come forward, it is a sad fact that every year a huge number of prizes go unclaimed.”

Wait. A huge number of prizes go unclaimed?

According to EuroMillion Lottery officials, there are quite a few examples of people missing out on millions.

In December 2012, a jackpot prize worth £63.8 million went unclaimed. In November 2013, the winner of a £12 million jackpot never came forward.

Folks, what are you doing? I check my tickets 6 times a day it seems. Why would you buy a ticket and not check. Worse. Imagine if you lost your winning ticket.


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Mystery player wins £35 million on the EuroMillions draw

Someone living in Britain is about to experience the ultimate makeover. If it’s not you, be nice to your neighbor because it may be him or her.

Last Friday, someone won the massive £35,170,063 jackpot, and by Sunday night had still not come forward to claim it.

The winning numbers were 13, 14, 23, 30 and 37 and the lucky stars were 2 and 8.

The person may not even know he or she won.

A EuroMillions spokesman said on Sunday: “The draw was only two days ago, they could be on holiday or away for the weekend.”

Again, it always pays to be nice to your neighbor.

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Most recent EuroMillions lottery winner remains a mystery

The folks in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, are watching their neighbors closely wondering which one of them is hiding the fact he or she just won a small fortune playing the EuroMillions Lottery.

The heretofore unknown lottery player purchased the winning ticket somewhere in Aberdeenshire sometime before the EuroMillions drawing which was held on July 17.

The winner has until January 13 to come forward and claim the jackpot of £121,727.20; otherwise, the money will be spent on National Lottery-funded projects across the country.

A National Lottery spokesman urged everyone who purchased a ticket in the area to double check their old tickets and look for missing tickets. “This amazing prize could really make a huge difference to somebody’s life,” he said. “Someone out there could literally be sitting on a fortune. We have the champagne on ice and our fingers crossed that the lucky winner comes forward to claim their win.”

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Euro Millions youngest lottery winner finds money can’t buy happiness.

It’s often been said that money can’t buy happiness. And now I know why. People don’t know how to shop for the right things.

Take for example Britain’s youngest lottery winner, Jane Park from Edinburgh, who last year won £1m playing the lottery when she was 17 years old.

Since then she’s splashed the cash on a Louis Vuitton handbag, a Chihuahua puppy, breast enhancement surgery, and a large, three bedroom house.

And she checked the box for maximum publicity, including allowing herself to be featured in the BBC show “Teenage Millionaire: The Year I Won the Lottery.”

As a result: She’s unhappy.

Mainly because people on Twitter were mean to her.

@LaurenBonnerx wrote: “This teenage millionaire programme is defo a benefits street spin off. Complete tramp.”

Other comments were more scathing: @Jessicapenning9 posted: “Watching teenage millionaire is killing me. That much money and you still look like a cheap bag of s***.”

She didn’t like living in her house alone because “It was hard work, stressful and just boring.”

Seriously what did she expect?

The best research in the world reinforces the fact that things – objects – don’t buy you happiness. Experiences do. And friends.

So to be happy, ditch the handbags and house and take your friends globe trotting to visit each of the 7 wonders of the world.

That’s how you shop for happiness.

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