Life-changing Euromillions prize is scooped by mystery Cambridgeshire woman

A mystery EuroMillions winner, known only as Mrs. S from Cambridgeshire, has become a millionaire without ever touching a ticket.

Wednesday, 17th October 2018, 11:19 am
Updated Wednesday, 17th October 2018, 12:25 pm
One Cambridgeshire woman is celebrating after her 1,000,000 lottery win

The lucky woman scooped the life-changing prize of £1,000,000 in the EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker draw on Friday, October 5.

Mrs. S played EuroMillions through and has become one of over eight million players that win each week on The National Lottery’s range of games.

Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said, “Huge congratulations to Mrs. S for winning this fantastic prize without even touching a ticket – after a few simple clicks she has become a millionaire!

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“With many people leading busy lives, playing online is becoming increasingly popular. It means you can make sure your lucky numbers are always in the draw and your ticket is always checked.”

Playing interactively couldn’t be easier; not only are your numbers checked for you but you are also notified when you have won, receiving the good news via an email that is delivered directly into your inbox. Interactive winners have the opportunity to release their name, remain anonymous or like this winner, release some details through partial publicity.

At, players can buy tickets for all of The National Lottery’s draw-based games including Lotto, EuroMillions and Thunderball. Once they have registered and set up an account, they can also play a range of online Instant Win Games.

EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker guarantees to create two millionaires in every draw. For every EuroMillions line played, UK players automatically receive a UK Millionaire Maker code printed on their ticket.

The National Lottery changes the lives of winners as well as communities across the UK – players raise, on average, around £30M for National Lottery-funded projects every week.