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Eight ticket-holders have until 11pm tonight to claim £1 million or face missing out on their lottery winnings.
On July 26 last year, a National Lottery draw saw 100 UK EuroMillions players win £1 million but only 92 of the prizes have been claimed.
Every EuroMillions ticket came with a code that automatically entered players into the UK Millionaires Raffle. Here are the winning codes and where the tickets were bought:
- Fife: CZZ474287
- Bristol: BZQ259280
- Blackpool and Borough of Fylde: CZZ930051
- East Dunbartonshire: CBT475280
- Gloucester: CBW665037
- Bolton: CBS004223
- Brighton and Hove: BZP410507
- Havering in London: CBS076276
According to the National Lottery, three of the weirdest places lottery tickets have been found are:
- Winner Morris Mogg's ticket was found in the make-up bag of his secretary. He pocketed £1.9m in 1997.
- Iris Jeffrey found her £20m winning ticket in a pot in a glass display cabinet in 2004.
- Chris Jackson found £250k in a shoe box in the back of a winners car in 2000.
Ticket holders in last summer's 100 UK Millionaires Raffle are being urged to check to see if they won without realising it.
The National Lottery has launched an appeal for the eight remaining millionaires to come forward before 11pm tonight, or they will miss out on their winnings.
The draw, held on July 26 last year, saw 100 UK EuroMillions players each win an impressive £1 million, but with only 92 of the prizes claimed the hunt is now on to find the missing millionaires.
The missing millionaire tickets were bought in Fife, East Dunbartonshire, Blackpool & Borough of Fylde, Bolton, Bristol, City of Gloucester, Havering in London and Brighton and Hove.