Eleven days on and there’s still no sign of a Super 66 player who won a division one prize worth more than $175,000 in the draw on Boxing Day with an unregistered ticket.

The division one winning Super 66 ticket was purchased at Warren Village Newsagency, 87 Warren Road in Mordialloc.

It’s the second run on the board for the outlet which sold a TattsLotto division one winning store syndicate to twelve happy customers who shared a prize worth more than $1.3 million in late November.

Tatts spokesperson Claire Taylor said because the division one winning Super 66 entry was not registered to a Tatts Card, Tatts has no way of contacting the winner to let them in on the news that they’re more than $175,000 richer.

“Since the winner has not yet come forward, it is quite possible they’re busy enjoying the holiday season and are unaware of their division one win!” Ms Taylor said.

“The winner may be too busy enjoying their break to check their winning entry but just imagine the holidays they could go on with more than $175,000!

“That’s why we’re encouraging customers who purchased an unregistered Super 66 entry in the Boxing Day draw from Warren Village Newsagency to check their ticket as soon as possible either at a Tatts outlet or online at Tatts.com.

“Anyone who believes they are holding the winning entry should keep it in a safe place and contact Tatts immediately to start the prize claim process.”

Tatts players are encouraged to register their entries to a Tatts Card because not only does this ensure their prize is secure, it also means they can be contacted directly with the news of a division one win.

The winning numbers in Super 66 draw 3593 on 26 December 2015 were 0, 8, 8, 4, 0 and 6.

Super 66 is an add-on game played with TattsLotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Powerball and The Pools