The National Lottery has made an urgent appeal to Donegal Lotto players to verify their tickets.
The €29,273 prize from the October 20 draw is still unknown, and the deadline is fast approaching.
The winning ticket was sold out on Tuesday 19y October at Gallagher’s Stop and Shop, Post Office, Main Street, Pettigo.
The winner has until the end of work on Tuesday 18y January to advance.
A National Lottery spokesperson called on all Lotto players in Donegal Village to carefully check out their old Lotto tickets to ensure they don’t miss out on this prize: « We appeal to anyone who has purchased a Lotto ticket for October 20 to draw at Gallagher’s Stop and Shop, the post office on Main Street in Pettigo to carefully check their tickets.The winner Donegal has until January 18th to claim their prize.If you are a lucky Match 5 winner please make sure to sign the back of your ticket and contact our prize claims team at 1800666222 or email [email protected] as soon as possible Possible. We will then make arrangements for you to claim your prize.”
Roughly 30 per cent of every euro spent on all national lotteries is due to good causes in sports, youth, health, welfare, education, arts, heritage and the Irish language. In total, more than 6 billion euros have been raised for good causes since the creation of the national lottery 34 years ago. In 2020 alone, €254 million was raised for local good causes in communities across Ireland.
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Donegal Lotto Players – Check your tickets for an unclaimed prize! Last update: December 23, 2021 by
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