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    BE sure to check your lottery ticket numbers as more than $2.2million in unclaimed lottery prizes in Washington are set to expire in the coming weeks.  As soon as December 12, 25 prizes worth $10,000 or more will expire after no winning lottery ticket owner claimed their money,  2Check your lottery tickets to see if you won one of these unclaimed prizesCredit: Getty 2Up to $2.2 million in prizes remain unclaimed in the Washington LotteryCredit: Getty The winning numbers for the prize expiring next week are 02, 18, 19, and 21.  The numbers were drawn on June 15 in Redmond, Washington.  Between January 9 and June 3, 22 more prizes worth $10,000 will expire unless the lottery winners come forward.  Lottery ticket holders that think they might be holding one of the winning tickets can find the drawn numbers on the Washington Lottery’s official website.  Read More on the LotteryLOTTO BLUNDER I hid my winning lottery ticket for safekeeping - but then disaster struckBAGS OF CASH I won the lottery and use my money to indulge in my VERY luxurious...
    POWERBALL officials have issued an alert to players as a $92.2million jackpot remains unclaimed two days after the draw. The winning ticket, containing the numbers 7-28-62-6-62 and Powerball 10, was sold in one of 21 counties in northeast Kansas on Saturday. 1Powerball players in Kansas are urged to check their tickets as a $92.2million jackpot remains unclaimedCredit: Getty The Powerball ticket was sold in one of the following Kansas counties: Marshall, Nemaha, Brown, Doniphan, Riley, Pottawatomie, Jackson, Atchison, Geary, Wabaunsee, Shawnee, Jefferson, Leavenworth, Wyandotte, Johnson, Osage, Douglas, Franklin, Miami, Morris and Northern Lyon County. The winner can receive a cash option of about $47.3 million or the full $92.9 million in annualized payments over 30 years. The first payment would be $1.3million, and the last payment would be $5.7million if they chose the annuity option. According to the Kansas Lottery, the multi-million-dollar ticket is just one of many unclaimed prizes throughout the state. Read more lotto storiesUP FOR GRABS Unclaimed $1.65m lotto jackpot set to expire - players warned to check ticketsLADY LUCK I won a $10million Powerball jackpot -...
    A Charles County woman enjoyed a tasty BBQ meal with a side of $50,000 after cashing in big on a Maryland Lottery “FAST PLAY” ticket. The woman from Waldorf found “lottery luck” while dining in Prince George’s County at Texas Ribs & BBQ on Old Branch Avenue in Clinton, officials said on Thursday, July 21 after she cashed in the winning $10 ticket for a five-figure prize. She nearly won the top prize, matching five of the eight winning numbers on the “FAST PLAY Lucky Numbers" ticket for her latest windfall. The Waldorf resident matched numbers 3, 8, 19, 25, and 38, with each earning her a $10,000 prize for a grand total of $50,000. “The Lucky Numbers game has a progressive jackpot that grows with the sale of each ticket until a player buys the winning ticket,” according to Maryland Lottery officials. There are 19 unclaimed progressive jackpot prizes remaining, with 29 unclaimed $50,000 prizes and 39 $10,000 prizes along with others ranging from $10 to $1,000.
    YOU MIGHT be feeling lucky ahead of the next huge EuroMillions draw and have safely kept our lottery ticket, but some unfortunate winners worldwide have never claimed their prizes. From those who missed the deadline to those who lost their lottery ticket, here are some of world’s biggest unclaimed lottery prizes. 4Some unfortunate winners worldwide have never claimed their prizesCredit: Alamy 4And the largest unclaimed EuroMillions lottery prize was in the UKCredit: Getty The largest unclaimed EuroMillions lottery prize - £64 million - is from the UK, after a lucky person bought the ticket in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire. As the days went by, billboards were erected and appeals were made to locate the winner, but the £64 million jackpot expired on December 5, 2012, after the six months limit. The prize was actually won by not one but two players. While the winning ticket was left unclaimed in the UK, a Belgian player claimed their half of the prize. The largest ever unclaimed ticket was in Georgia, US, when an unlucky player missed out on a...
    A stay-at-home mom living in a small Maryland town in Wicomico County, near Salisbury, scooped the top $100,000 prize after playing a scratch-off game.  But the 30-year-old woman claims it wasn't just random luck that she managed to win big, but also 'research'.  And there may be some method to the madness, for it was her third time winning $100,000 in the last five years. Maryland woman won her third $100,000 prize on scratch-off game in five years. The stay-at-home mom told Maryland Lottery officials she had a method to success Although wishing to stay anonymous, the lucky mommy shared the secrets to her success:   'My husband and I do the work on your website. We figure out which scratch-off games have been on sale for a long time but still have a lot of big-money prizes remaining,' she explained to Lottery officials. Of course, blind luck also plays a part as it's impossible to know which retailer might be selling the winning ticket. However, the method led her to the $100,000 Lucky game when she stopped at Goose Creek...
    MAY 5 is the deadline which could turn into a windfall for a lucky person. A winning Powerball ticket bought in Michigan last year is set to expire in two weeks. 1On May 5, a $1million lottery ticket will expire if left unclaimed It was purchased at Warren Market on Mound Road off I-696 in Warren, Michigan. The clerk behind the counter told Click on Detroit, “Man, I am shocked as everybody is looking for that ticket.” He added that there have been many customers walking into the market claiming they have million-dollar ticket. “I have at least 20 people say, ‘I have the ticket, let me go home to look for it,’” he told Click on Detroit. Read More on The LotteryLOTTO BANDIT I stole from a $30m lotto winner - here's why I want their names kept secretLUCK OF THE DRAW What you should know about winning the lottery “Nobody comes back with it.” The prize is worth $1million and isn't the first time someone has left a winning ticket unclaimed. Last month, history was...
    Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Powerball players may want to make sure they're looking more closely at their numbers after each drawing. In about two weeks — on May 5 — a ticket purchased in Michigan a year earlier and worth $1 million will expire. And just last month in Maryland, no one came forward by the deadline to claim a $10 million Powerball prize.  "You need to check your ticket for all prize levels," said Carole Gentry, spokesperson for Maryland Lottery and Gaming. "Just because you haven't won the jackpot doesn't mean you didn't win another prize." More from Personal Finance:1 in 5 workers runs out of money before payday, survey findsPooling money makes couples more likely to stay togetherHeading to a new job? Don’t forget about your 401(k) plan Powerball's top prize for Wednesday night's drawing is $370 million — making the unclaimed lower-tier prizes pale in comparison. Yet some jackpots also have gone unclaimed by their winners over the years in both Powerball and Mega Millions.  They range from a ticket sold in Florida in 2013 that...
    A Maryland Lottery scratch-off ticket worth $100,000 was sold in Baltimore County. The 69-year-old Baltimore grandfather says he bought the $10 Bingo X10 ticket on a whim. "Something said to buy that game," he told lottery officials. The scratch-off was sold at MP Liquors on North Point Boulevard in Dundalk. The retailer will receive a $1,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the lottery that he intends to deposit his winnings in a bank for the time being. The Bingo X10 scratch-off has three remaining unclaimed top prizes, along with eight unclaimed $10,000 prizes and 22 $1,000 prizes.
    A NUMBER of lottery jackpot prizes, including one worth $2.3million, are set to start expiring in four days. The Washington lottery says more than $2.5 million worth of prizes will expire in the coming months. 1Millions in lottery prizes have been left unclaimed in Washington More than a dozen prizes remain unclaimed in Washington, according to the state's lottery website. The biggest is a jackpot worth $2.3million from a lotto drawing that took place on January 8, 2022. The winner of that prize has until July 7, 2022 to come forward. Meanwhile, multiple prizes worth $10,000 have yet to be claimed, including one that expires in four days on February 3. Most read in MoneyCHECK THE MAIL Child tax credit 2022 update – Letter 6419 being sent to parentsMORE MONEY Automatic new $1,400 payment can be claimed NOW after $660 boosts paid outCASH COMING February dates for COLA as next automatic checks to be sent in just 11 daysMEAL DEAL How to apply for EBT and SNAP food stamp payments as emergency $1,504 boost sent The prize is from a...
    New York : “Owner wanted”, apparently is the message launched by Powerball and Mega Millions after some somewhat clueless lottery players have not collected some millionaire prizes, which should have been credited to their accounts for months and even years. Each state that participates in the Powerball or in the Mega Millions has its own rules regarding the time it takes for a person who has been the winner of a lottery draw to claim their prize and, in some, they are even allowed to maintain their identity anonymously. Generally, the time allowed To collect a lottery prize, it ranges from 3 months to a year, depending on the place where you purchased the ticket. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, both Poweball and Mega Millions decided to give the collection deadline 30 days more to be able to claim it. Uncollected Powerball and Mega Millions millionaire lottery prizes Currently, the people of Mega Millions are looking for the winner of $ 1 million dollars. The only thing that is known is that the ticket was purchased in Rhode Island...
    Time will run out Friday for three people to claim their portion of a $1 million lottery prize from 2017. Only two out of five winners in a WPT $1 million Hold’em Poker (2017) Massachusetts lottery game have claimed their money. The WPT game is no longer offered. The winners have until Friday, Nov. 13, to reveal their tickets or their prizes will go back to the state, which runs the lottery. There are about a dozen unclaimed lottery prizes in Massachusetts with scheduled deadlines for winners to make themselves known. There are many more unclaimed prizes that haven’t reached a deadline threshold listed on the state’s unclaimed lottery winners page online. The list includes notices for grand prize, top prize, and second-chance prizes that no one has been able to lay hold to the jackpots. Some of the largest prizes that are missing their winners include $200,000 a year for life and $15 million (split between four winning tickets - none of which have materialized). After Friday, the next lottery prizes set to expire are 100x...
    Time is running out for the winner of a $2.2 million CT Lottery Lotto to claim their prize. If the winner doesn’t step forward with the winning ticket by Oct. 21, the money will revert back to the state’s lottery. The winning six-number ticket was sold at the Hamden Shell on Whitney Avenue in Hamden for the April 24 drawing. The winning numbers for that drawing are 2 - 7 - 8 - 12- 17 - 24. To claim the prize, the winner has to go to any CT Lottery retailer and have the ticket validated or call (860) 713-2680 to schedule an appointment at the CT Lottery Headquarters in Rocky Hill. Right now there are five other unclaimed state lottery prizes in Connecticut. The unclaimed winnings were either in Keno or Cash5. The other unclaimed prizes were won in: New Haven’s New York Style Deli, Whalley Avenue Windsor Locks’ Pride Store on the Ella Grasso Turnpike Brookfield’s O’Connors Public House on Federal Road Kensington’s Simeone Enterprises on Chamberlain Highway.
    BOSTON (CBS) – Four people in Massachusetts are running out of time to claim their big lottery winnings. The Massachusetts Lottery said four unclaimed $100,000 Mass Cash prizes are set to expire in the upcoming weeks. Two tickets with the winning numbers 05-06-11-23-26 were sold at Dedham Convenience Store on Cedar Street in Dedham on April 14, 2019. Another $100,000 winner was sold June 5, 2019, at Big Y on Memorial Drive in West Springfield. The numbers were 08-21-30-32-34. Both of those tickets must be claimed by September 30. Another prize was sold on October 16, 2019, at Shell on Main Street in Wakefield with the winning numbers 02-15-18-32-33. That $100,000 winner must be claimed by October 16. Any of the prizes that expire without being claimed become part of the net profit that Massachusetts Lottery returns to the state for distribution to all 351 cities and towns.
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