Huge £1m EuroMillions lottery jackpot will expire in just DAYS – check your ticket now

A HUGE EuroMillions lottery jackpot will expire in just days after going unclaimed for months.

No winner has yet come forward for the £1million UK Millionaire Maker draw, which was made on September 9 last year.

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There are just four days left to claim the prize, which expires next Wednesday, March 8.

If no one has come forward with a winning ticket by the expiry date, the prize will be donated to National Lottery projects across the UK.

Lottery bosses are urging punters to check their tickets to see if they match the winning numbers: TDJL68325.

Now they have revealed the small town where the lucky winner bought their ticket in September.

The winner of the UK Millionaire Maker jackpot entered the draw in the market town of Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire.

Dominated by its medieval abbey, Tewkesbury is best known as the site of a seismic Wars of the Roses battle – but history could be made there once again if a local comes forward with a matching ticket before it’s too late.

It comes after yesterday’s eye-watering £114million EuroMillions jackpot, which could leave one lucky punter three times richer than Harry Kane.

The National Lottery is yet to announce if any tickets matched the winning numbers, leaving fans on tenterhooks.

You could win the massive £114million jackpot if your ticket matches five main numbers and two Lucky Stars.

Players whose tickets only match one of the Lucky Stars could still get their hands on a £130,554 runner-up prize.

The lucky player who wins the jackpot will end up three times richer than England captain Harry Kane, whose net worth is estimated at £42million by the Sunday Times Rich List.

They could build a car collection even more impressive than Harry’s “Made in England” trio of a Range Rover, Bentley and Jaguar.

And they could travel far beyond the cluster of glamorous Florida golf resorts Harry visits on his summer and winter holidays.

One couple who banked an £184million EuroMillions jackpot last year celebrated their win in an unconventional way.

Winners Joe and Jess Thwaite are planning their next big move after scooping the massive jackpot.

Hairdresser Jess said: “Our two children have always talked about going to Hawaii, I’ve no idea why but we can now make that dream come true.

“They have always wanted a horse box for our ponies rather than the rundown trailer we use.

“Just to see their faces when we can make these things come true will be worth every penny.”

The Sun previously revealed how the Thwaites celebrated their jackpot with £16.95 steak and chips — and left a lucky tip.