Anonymous player from Cotswolds collects a £1.000.000 Euromillions prize

Euromillions changed hundreds of lives with its UK Millionaire Maker draw, and one anonymous punter from Cotswolds recently joined this amazing group of winners. About a month after matching the correct code, this lucky ticket holder finally claimed their impressive £1.000.000 cash reward.

The mysterious punter matched one of the winning UK Millionaire Maker codes in Euromillions draw on February 13th. Since the player didn’t come forward for a couple of weeks, Camelot encouraged everyone in Cotswolds to check their tickets so they wouldn’t miss the opportunity to collect £1.000.000. Andy Carter, senior winners’ advisor at the National Lottery was very pleased to announce that this lucky individual finally claimed their windfall almost a month later.

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“We’re delighted that the winner of this amazing prize has now come forward and we hope that they will enjoy their win. It would have been awful if the ticket-holder had missed out on this life-changing amount of money,” said Carter.

Euromillions has been rolling over since March 13th when a single ticket holder from Portugal scooped a £54.000.000 pay-out. The latest draw that failed to produce a jackpot winner took place on March 16th – the winning combination consisted of the numbers 4, 17, 24, 27 and 31 with the Lucky Stars 10 and 11. Three players from the UK, Portugal and Switzerland collected £310.000 each after missing the jackpot by one of the Lucky Stars. Two participants from the UK scooped £1.000.000 in the Millionaire Maker draw after correctly guessing the codes XSXQ 09310 and XSXQ 90154. The next Euromillions draw will take place tonight and it will offer a £22.000.000 jackpot.

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