People who purchase a lottery ticket in a physical store do so anonymously. That is why it is unclear to the State Lottery who is the winner of the amount of money. The winner – with lottery number EF 80007 – is called upon to report to the Nederlandse Loterij, of which the Staatsloterij is part.
“In itself it is not an issue at all,” explains a spokesman for the lottery. “It’s only three days after the draw and a ticket is valid for one year. The winner therefore has some time to collect his prize money. ”
It is not special that a prize is not collected. “That happens every draw, usually small prizes. But sometimes also a big prize, like this million. That’s why we always urge: check your wallet or the drawers in a cupboard again. ” Most prizes will be collected, the spokesperson assures. “Fortunately, because the prize money is for the winners.”
Especially with the New Year’s Eve draw, prices remain a bit longer. “There are many people who only play along then. When they buy a new lottery ticket, they hand in the one from the previous year. So I don’t think that those people forget that they have played, but that they have the habit of handing in their fate only then. ”
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