Two people from the UK and Spain each won £61.7m on the EuroMillions lottery

The latest draw of the pan-European EuroMillions lottery has made two more people millionaires. They are residents of Spain and the UK, who will share the main jackpot of more than £123 million. Each lucky winner will receive 50% of the jackpot. The sum for the winners will be £61.7 million.

It is noteworthy that none of them has yet to show up at the EuroMillions office with the winning ticket to receive the money. The names of the lucky winners remain unknown. Andy Carter, senior adviser to the National Lottery winners, believes they may not even know they have become millionaires. The specialist urges anyone who bought tickets for the last draw to check their tickets. The winning combination of numbers was 5, 10, 19, 27, 30, and the bonus numbers were 5 and 6.

Look everywhere. Check the pockets of your clothes and bag, look in your wallets, look in the glove compartment of your car. You may be the one who wins, Carter reported.

This is a far cry from the only case when the EuroMillions grand prize remained unclaimed after the winners were announced. There has already been a similar incident this year. The £1 million jackpot, drawn on January 16, is also still unclaimed.

EuroMillions has a special procedure in case a lottery ticket is lost. A person who considers himself a winner can form a written request and send it to the organization’s office within 30 days after the end of the draw. The document is drawn up in a form that indicates all the details and circumstances of the ticket purchase, including the approximate time, location, and location of the ticket.






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