Only 9 days left for Cork EuroMillions player to claim €50,000 ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ prize

National Lottery urges players to clear out their cars and check their coat pockets for old EuroMillions tickets ahead of 15th March claim deadline

A EuroMillions player in the Turners Cross area of Cork city has only nine days left to claim their ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ prize worth a handsome €50,000.

The National Lottery is continuing to appeal to EuroMillions players in the area to check their old tickets from Tuesday 13th December’s draw. The winning Normal Play ticket was purchased on Sunday 11th December at O’Hare’s Mace at Turners Cross in Cork City.

Ticketholders have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize which means that the Cork winner has slightly over a week left to claim their prize. The claim deadline for this prize is close of business on Wednesday 15th March.

The winning raffle code in the EuroMillions ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ draw on Tuesday 13th December was: NPZ88051 - NPZ88052.

A National Lottery spokesperson has called on all EuroMillions players in Cork to carefully check their old tickets from December to ensure that they do not miss out on claiming this outstanding prize.

“It’s getting very close to deadline for one Cork EuroMillions player who has prize worth €50,000 yet to claim from December’s draw. The player who purchased their quick pick ticket for the 13th December draw at O’Hares Mace in Turners Cross, Cork City has just nine days left to claim their prize. The last date to claim this prize is Wednesday 15th March so we are encouraging all our players who purchased their ticket at the O'Hares Mace to clear out their cars and check their coat pockets for any old EuroMillions tickets.”

“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 and we will make arrangements for you to claim your prize.” 

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