LOTTERY prizes worth £7million are unclaimed.
They include three £1million Lotto tickets bought last summer, in Sandwell in Birmingham, Oldham in Gtr Manchester and a shop in West Lancashire.
And EuroMillions tickets worth £1million were bought in Walsall in early September, Coventry in November and Belfast in October.
Those winners will quickly need to check down the back of the sofa or rifle through their jeans’ pockets – or risk losing the chance to collect the life-changing sums and start the New Year as millionaires.
Tickets remain valid for six months.
Camelot said: “These prizes could make a massive difference to somebody’s life.”
It is not only big winners being urged to check for tickets.
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Tens of millions of pounds in smaller prizes – ranging from a tenner to thousands – are also waiting to be collected.
But Camelot only publicises unclaimed prizes of more than £50,000.
So the best way to find out if you have a winning ticket for a smaller amount is to check in with your shopkeeper.
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