Another Unclaimed Lottery Ticket of £3.6 million Bought in Inverness, Scotland

Posted on October 7th, 2009

We just don´t get it! Now there´s a £3.6m winning lottery ticket that no-one has claimed. It was bought in Inverness in Scotland (maybe someone was there on holiday and it´s still behind the front seat of the car?). So if you know anyone who lives there, has been there, or has passed through there and who has bought a lottery ticket, get them to check!

The ticket has been left unclaimed for almost 2 weeks and was bought in the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey area in Scotland. It was the September 23 2009 lotto draw and the winning nos. were 23, 25, 28, 41, 46 and 47.

The ticket-holder is the only one to guess all 6 numbers correctly- which means that they should be 3,681,197 pounds richer once they claim their prize. They have until March 22 2010. It´ll go quickly, so get cracking!

There are quite a few Scots who haven´t claimed their winnings yet (or visitors to Scotland who just happened to buy their tickets in the country).

There´s a £119,777 unclaimed in the Dundee area (EuroMillions draw on August 28), a £101,849 Lotto ticket (Glasgow May 6),  and £69,000 waiting to be claimed in Dumfires & Galloway.

But its not just the Scots who lose their tickets down the back of the sofa. South of the Border there´s £286,508 that has still not been claimed from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets (EuroMillions July 24).

Come on people! You are going to be gutted if you find these tickets after the deadline has passed.

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