The National Lottery announced that a winning Euromillions ticket worth more than one million euros was sold in a popular supermarket on the outskirts of Waterford.
The Ireland raffle winner just bought the ticket at Tesco, Ardkeen Village, Co. Waterford, on Thursday, August 19.
else ‘Draw in Ireland only’ An online player in Dublin won an additional €1 million prize in a raffle last Friday.
A National Lottery spokesperson said: “We invite EuroMillions players, especially those who have purchased their tickets at the Tesco store in Ardkeen, Co. Waterford, to check their tickets very carefully, making sure to check their numbers and raffle codes.
“If you are the lucky ticket holder from Waterford, we ask that you sign on the back of the ticket and contact our Prize Claims Team at 1800666222 or email [email protected] and we will arrange to collect your prize.”
Last night’s draw was the fourth and final draw in the EuroMillions special ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ EuroMillions event, which secured five new Ireland millionaires over the course of two weeks through a series of special EuroMillions ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ events. Players in Dublin (2), South Waterford and Wicklow won the five winning tickets, valued at €1005,000.
Meanwhile, there was no winner of the 11.3 million euro raffle on Saturday night, which means that excitement is building because next Wednesday’s jackpot is heading towards 12 million euros.
The grand prize has been out since June 9, the next prize winner is 6 NS 2021 Pluto winner.
The biggest Pluto winners of 2021 were the Kilkenny family who won a whopping €12.7 million in April of this year.
The National Lottery urged people to buy their tickets now to be in it with a chance of becoming Ireland’s next millionaire.
Nearly 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.
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