Lottery’s Valentine’s Lonely Hearts Appeal For Winner

The National Lottery has launched a Valentine’s Day plea to match a “lonely” winning Lotto ticket with it’s owner.

The ticket – which is worth over £400,000 – has yet be claimed since the numbers were drawn on 28th October 2014.

The winning EuroMillions ticket was bought in Reading, Berkshire, with the numbers securing the owner just over £404,000. However, almost five months later, the prize has still been unclaimed.

And on the eve of Valentine’s Day, the National Lottery took to social networking site Twitter to launch a match-making appeal. The humourous Tweet read:

“Lonely, unclaimed EuroMillions ticket bought in the Reading area WLTM parner for a life-changing experience. Rosy complexion, financially solvent, worth £404,235.60. Eager to pamper and spoil. GSOH [good sense of humour] likely to develop with £400K windfall. Show me your winning EuroMillions ticket from the 28 October 2014 and it will be a match made in heaven. If you are my long-lost winner call 0845 910 0000.”

The message was displayed in a lonely hearts style advert graphic.

But time is ticking for the lucky winner. All prizes have 180 days to be claimed, from the date of the draw. That means that the unwitting owner of the ticket has until April 26th 2015 to claim the prize.

February 14, 2015 by : Posted in News

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