The hunt is on for the final lottery scratchcard worth £4 million, hidden somewhere in the UK.
Four of the Gold Game scratchcards, each worth £4 million were released in Britain earlier this year..
According to the Metro, three people have already won the jackpot with one of the winning cards bought from a shop in Burnley.
However, one of the cards is still out there somewhere.
Time is running out as the card must be claimed before the new year.
According to Best Daily, hopeful punters are now rushing out in droves to snap up the £10 cards in the hopes of finding the golden ticket.
A spokesperson from Camelot confirmed that if the one remaining scratch card is not purchased before the new year, the money will be donated to charity.
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