One lucky EuroMillions player celebrates becoming a millionaire after winning a massive jackpot on Friday night.
There was only one winner in the raffle worth more than 113 million euros.
The National Lottery has already confirmed that the winning ticket has been sold out in Spain, which is bad news for Irish bettors hoping for big payouts.
The winning numbers were 6, 12, 44, 47 and 49 with Lucky Stars 8 and 12.
However, it wasn’t all bad for Lotto players in Ireland, with over 74,000 people here winning prizes at EuroMillions and Plus games.
In addition to this good news, someone will wake up as the country’s newest millionaire on Saturday after earning an impressive €1 million.
As part of the new two-week Euromillions promotion, five new Irish millionaires are guaranteed over the next two weeks with a special ‘Ireland only’ lottery taking place after each draw.
The mega prize won in a raffle in Ireland only on Friday night bears the winning code I-LLD-48404.
There was no Euromillions Plus grand prize winner of €500,000.
The numbers chosen were 7, 8, 16, 36 and 36.
About 95 people won €2,000 in this raffle after matching four numbers.
While participating in the EuroMillions main draw, five people across Europe won approximately €222,000 each after matching five numbers and a Lucky Star.
It comes after Co Wicklow’s online National Lottery player woke up as the newest Irish millionaire on Wednesday morning.
Tuesday night’s draw saw only Ireland’s first five winners crowned – with the Wicklow player receiving his lucky token I-LKT-14595.
Two online players also received €500,000 each as a result of the Euromillions Plus and Daily Million Plus draws on Tuesday.
The online Dublin player who won the €500,000 EuroMillions Plus jackpot by choosing his lucky numbers on a ticket he bought online on the day of the draw won.
The other online player from Co Meath who won the jackpot on Tuesday in the Daily Million Plus, played a regular game ticket which also means he picked their own numbers to win the half million euro prize.
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