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.
A EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle prize for the draw that took place on the night of the Olympic opening ceremony has yet to claimed.
The draw took place on Friday 27th July and guaranteed to make 100 UK millionaires in one night, however one ticket holder from Hodge Hill, Birmingham is yet to come forward.
In an attempt to prompt as many people as possible to check their lottery tickets The National Lottery are touring the Hodge Hill area today in an ad-van.
The lottery winner has until the 23rd January 2013 to claim their prize, after which time if left unclaimed the prize money will go to charity.
There are just minutes to go until history is made as the first public event is held at the Olympic stadium in London. Among those taking part in today's National Lottery Olympic Park Run are a group of runners who won a place after being nominated in a competition on Central Tonight.