National Lottery chiefs confirmed the location of the two winning tickets in Dublin after the lottery draw on Wednesday.
Two lucky players won a life-changing amount of €384.261 each after matching five numbers plus the bonus – but the jackpot of €19 million was never claimed again.
The first lucky winner bought a Quick Pick ticket on Tuesday at Dunnes Stores in the Pavilions Shopping Center in Swords Village.
While another lucky winner, who is also in the capital, bought his own Quick Pick ticket at Circle K on Clonshaugh Road, Dublin 17, on the day of the raffle.
However, the elusive record jackpot of €19.06 million was not won again, with the prize being renewed once again.
The winning numbers in the main draw on Wednesday were 06, 07, 14, 22, 32, 46 and the bonus was 47.
Gamblers in the Swords and Clonshaugh areas are now advised to check their tickets carefully.
A Lotto spokesperson said: “The two biggest winners of last night’s lottery, who now have tickets worth €384.261 each, are advised to sign on the back of their tickets and stay safe.
They should contact the Prize Claims Team at 1800666222 or send an email to [email protected] and arrangements will be made for them to claim their prize.
“Since the lotto jackpot reached €19,060,800 on Wednesday September 29 and the cap came into effect on Saturday October 2, 179 Lotto players across the country have benefited from the prize distribution. Across the last 14 lotto draws, players in match 5 + bonus and Match 5 categories enjoyed enhanced prize money due to the jackpot cap.”
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