Time is ticking for one Dubliner who has just 13 days left to claim a whopping €500,000!
The National Lottery has again reminded players in Dublin to check their tickets as a EuroMillions Plus top prize worth €500,000 from Friday 24th February’s draw remains unclaimed.
The winning ticket was purchased on Thursday 23rd of February at Dunnes Stores in Kilnamanagh Shopping Centre, Tallaght, Co. Dublin.
Suzzane Kelly, Drapery store Manager at Dunnes in Kilnamanagh, urged all their customers to check their tickets so they don’t miss out on the incredible prize: “We’re a big store but a very local one, and a lot of our customers are regulars. I remember there being such a huge buzz and lots of excitement when our store was revealed as the selling location for the winning EuroMillions Plus top prize ticket back in February. We’ve been hearing recently in the media that the €500,000 prize still hasn’t been claimed and it would be such a shame for someone to miss out on money of that value. That could make a huge difference to a person’s life. So, today, we’re urging all of our customers to check their old tickets from February and hopefully one of them will discover they’re half a million euro richer!”
Ticketholders have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize which means that the Dublin winner has just 13 days left to claim their prize. The claim deadline for this prize is close of business on Wednesday 24th of May.
The winning numbers of the EuroMillions Plus draw on Friday, 24th of February were: 11, 15, 20, 23, 29.
A National Lottery spokesperson has called on all EuroMillions players in Dublin to carefully check their old tickets from February to ensure that they do not miss out on claiming this outstanding prize. “If you are the winner, please be sure to sign the back of your winning ticket and immediately contact our prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email email@example.com and we will make arrangements for you to claim your prize.”
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