The five Dublin stores that sold the winning lotto tickets this week have been revealed.
Wednesday night’s draw was €19 million, but no one won the first prize.
27 people won €28,908 each and five of the winners were in Dublin
Four of the tickets were purchased from Dublin stores and one was purchased online.
- Tansey’s Newspaper Agents, 6 Fitzmaurice Road, Finglas, Dublin 11
- Applegreen Service Station, North Street, Swords, Dublin
- SuperValue, Rosemount Shopping Centre, Marian Road, Dublin 14
- Spar, Triangle, Ranella, Dublin 6
- Connected/ www.lottery.ie
A Lotto spokesperson said: « With the jackpot capped on Wednesday night, this meant that money that would normally be added to the jackpot was instead distributed to the next prize category where there was a winner.
Since there was no Match 5 + Bonus category winner, the extra money was added to the next level with the winner being the Match 5 Prize category.
“The increase in prizes resulted in 27 players in 14 counties across Ireland winning the impressive €28,908 each in the midweek draw.
“The National Lottery is appealing to players to check their tickets carefully and today it revealed the selling sites where each of the 27 tickets were purchased, which are now worth €28,908 each.”
The winning numbers for the Wednesday November 10 draw were: 06, 20, 29, 33, 37, 42 and the bonus is 27.
Lotto players across Ireland still have another chance to play for the highest jackpot in the game’s history.
Any lucky winner is advised to contact the Prize Claims Team at 1800666222 or email [email protected] and arrangements will be made to claim their prize.
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