The Irish Lottery jackpot will kick off for the 11th time with €19m not being paid again on Wednesday.
But the 27 lucky players are even richer after matching five numbers which guarantees them a good fee of €28,908.
Tonight’s main draw numbers were 6, 20, 29, 33, 37, 42 and the bonus was 27.
The National Lottery chiefs also announced that there was no winner in either of the two Plus lotteries.
Today it was revealed which store sold the first prize in the EuroMillions Plus draw on Tuesday night.
EuroMillions players in New Ross are urged to check their tickets carefully as the Wexford winner’s schedule has been sold out.
A Quick Pick ticket was purchased Friday, November 5, at the Gala Forecourt on Waterford Road in New Ross.
The winning numbers for Tuesday’s lottery were: 17, 25, 26, 33, 36 and the lucky stars were 01, 08.
Gala Store Manager Harry Buckley was delighted to receive a call from the National Lottery with the good news.
« It’s been a quiet morning here in the store, » he said.
“We have a team of 20 in store and we are all thrilled that one of our customers was the biggest winner of Tuesday’s EuroMillions raffle.
« When the news spreads all over the city, I’m sure a lot of our customers will be there to check their tickets. It would be great if a local could win €500,000 – what a win in the run-up to Christmas! »
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