Someone in the UK is walking around with a winning £51,702,049 lottery ticket, is it you?

Someone in the UK is walking around with a winning £51,702,049 lottery ticket, is it you?

Someone in the UK has won £51.7million but they’re yet to realise and claim it!

Key facts:

  • Friday, July 28 draw
  • The winning numbers from the draw were 5, 9, 29, 31, 41, and Lucky Stars 2 and 4.
  • The jackpot prize: £51,702,049

The National Lottery said:

‘The UK really is on a winning streak with this being the fourth EuroMillions jackpot won on these shores this year.

‘Back in June an £87million EuroMillions jackpot was won by another lucky UK player.

‘February also proved to be a very lucky month for UK EuroMillions players with two huge EuroMillions prizes being won by Brits on two consecutive weeks: two ticket-holders, from the UK and Belgium, split the £39.9million jackpot on 14th February, each banking £19.9million, and the following draw saw another UK winner who bagged the 17th February jackpot of £14.5million.’

Is there a way to save money on playing the lottery?

Yes, there are lots of ways but the best method is placing a bet on the outcome instead of playing directly, you get the exact same cash prize but because it’s a bet instead of an actual ticket they can reduce the price. They basically have insurance policies that say if one of their members wins they will pay out the money to you. The rest of the time they keep all the money (unlike Camelot etc) who keep a good chunk but also give some to charity etc.

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