HUGE £3.8million Lotto jackpot CLAIMED by single ticket holder

National Lottery operator Camelot said they have received a claim for the whopping prize

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A Lotto jackpot of £3.8million has been claimed by a single ticket holder.

The operator of National Lottery, Camelot, said they have received a claim for the whopping prize.

The jackpot was up for grab during the draw on November 5, with players being urged to check their tickets.

The latest claim means that a total of four Lotto jackpot prizes have been won in the last month.

A Lotto jackpot of £3.8million has been claimed by a single ticket holder
A Lotto jackpot of £3.8million has been claimed by a single ticket holder
The latest claim means that a total of four Lotto jackpot prizes have been won in the last month
The latest claim means that a total of four Lotto jackpot prizes have been won in the last month

This includes a £12.8m jackpot win on November 2, as well as a £4m win on October 8 and a £2m win on October 12.

The ticket holder will now be checked, before if validated, the winner will decide whether to announce their win publicly or not.

Camelot’s Andy Carter said: “We’re delighted that this fantastic Lotto jackpot has been claimed.

“Two Lotto players have banked over £16.5m in jackpot prize money in less than a week.

“And these lucky Lotto jackpot winners are just two of over 2.3 million who have won prizes across these two draws.

“Our focus is now on supporting this jackpot ticket-holder through the process and helping them start to enjoy their truly life-changing win.