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The National Lottery reveals nine lucky Dublin winners for New Years Day

The National Lottery has revealed nine winners in Dublin on New Year’s Day.

The prize increase resulted in these players winning an impressive €26,380 each on January 1st.

The winning numbers from Saturday’s draw were: 04, 05, 21, 24, 25, 41 and the bonus was 01.

Three Dublin winners played online, with other tickets on sale at:

  • Maxwell Service Station, Sallenogen Road, Dun Laoghaire

  • Mace, Sandymount Green, Sandymount, Ballsbridge

  • Supervalu, Palmerstown Shopping Center, Ballyfermot

  • Mc Hugh Stores, St Patricks Street, Walkinstown

  • Spar, Kluger Road, Crumlin

  • Cravens XL, Baldwell Shopping Centre, Baldwell

The capital’s nine biggest winners of Saturday night’s lottery who all match five numbers are advised to sign the back of their tickets and keep safe.

The biggest prize in Irish Lotto history remains under grab Wednesday night after last Saturday’s €19.06m draw went without a winner.

Since the jackpot was limited, this meant that the money that would normally be added to the jackpot was instead distributed to the next prize category in which there was a winner.

Since there was no Match 5 Plus Bonus category winner, the extra money was added to the next level with the winner being the Match 5 Prize category.

The National Lottery is appealing to players to check their tickets carefully and today it revealed the selling locations where both tickets were purchased.

Each winner should contact the National Lottery Prize Claims Team at 1800666222 or send an email to [email protected] and arrangements will be made for them to claim their prize.

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