As the deadline looms for the Birmingham-based winners of £12million to claim their Lottery prize, we ask what can you buy with that money?
From today if you want to win it, you will have to pay twice the price. The cost of a lottery ticket has doubled from £1 to £2.
Birmingham has been named as the luckiest place to live in the UK because of the high numbers of lottery winners.
The National Lottery operator, Camelot UK, has announced that a £12million EuroMillions prize from a ticket bought in the Ladywood area of Birmingham has remained unclaimed more than 180 days after the draw took place.
The money has now passed over to the National Lottery Good Causes. The deadline for the ticket-holder to claim their prize was at 11pm on Wednesday 27 November, 2013.
With just over 48 hours to go until an unclaimed £12m prize is due to expire, The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Mike Leddy, started a special countdown clock outside the Library of Birmingham.
The clock was started to add urgency to the plea for Ladywood residents to check their tickets.
The winner of a £12million prize in the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle has until 11pm on Wednesday to claim their money.
The winning ticket was bought in the Ladywood area of Birmingham.
The search for lottery winners from Birmingham stepped up a gear today with millionaires from Sutton Coldfield helping to scour the Ladywood area for clues to who the winner is.
One lucky Brummie has won the millionaire's raffle - a total of £1million per month for a year.
The lucky ticket holder has until 27th November to claim their prize.
An unsuspecting millionaire is walking the streets of Birmingham, oblivious to the valuable piece of paper they bought more than five months ago.
The mystery winner bought a ticket for the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle event on May 31, which guarantees them £1 milllion every month for the whole year.
They bought the ticket in the Ladywood area, but so far they have failed to come forward.
Former winners Paul and Marie Kibler, from Birmingham, joined National Lottery workers in taking to the canals today in the hunt for the mystery millionaire.
The lucky winner has until November 27 to claim their prize.
The Midlands' latest lottery winners revealed how they stressed about where to keep their ticket before they claimed their £3.7m prize.
David Allsobrook recalls the moment he told his wife Debra about their £3.7m win.