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UK Ticket-Holder Claims £111.7 Million EuroMillions Jackpot, Becomes Second Winner of the Year

…By Alan Peterson for TDPel Media.

Camelot UK Lotteries Limited, the operator of The National Lottery, has received a claim for the EuroMillions jackpot prize won by a single ticket-holder from the draw on Friday.


The staggering amount of £111,709,000 has been won by this fortunate individual.

Validation and Prize Payment Process:

The claim will undergo a validation process, which ensures adherence to the Games Rules Terms and Conditions and safeguards the integrity of The National Lottery.

If the claim passes validation, the prize will be paid during an appointment with one of Camelot’s Winners’ Advisers.

Decision on Public Announcement:

After the ticket has been validated and the prize paid, the ticket-holder will have the choice of going public or keeping their win private.

Information regarding whether it is an individual or syndicate winner and where the ticket was purchased will only be disclosed if the ticket-holder decides to make a public announcement.

Andy Carter’s Statement:

Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, expressed delight at the claim and stated that the focus now is on supporting the ticket-holder through the validation process and helping them begin to enjoy their winnings.

Previous and Current EuroMillions Winners:

This year, the UK has seen two EuroMillions jackpot winners.

The previous win of £46 million occurred on May 5, 2023, with the winner choosing to remain anonymous.

The latest winner will now occupy the 12th position on The National Lottery Rich List, which showcases the largest jackpot winners.

In 2022, UK Euromillions players experienced exceptional luck, winning a total of six jackpots, surpassing £820 million in prize money.

Positive Impact of National Lottery Games:

Playing any National Lottery game contributes more than £30 million each week to National Lottery-funded projects.

This funding supports various initiatives, from local charities making a difference in communities to aiding athletes in achieving success at major sporting events such as the Commonwealth Games.

Over the years, National Lottery Good Causes has raised more than £47 billion, with over 670,000 individual grants awarded.

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