Cork retailer urges his customers to check their tickets with just days left to claim their prize
A EuroMillions player in the Turners Cross area of Cork city has just two days left to claim their ‘Ireland Only Raffle’ prize worth a whopping €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.
Fergus O’Hare, Group Operations Manager of O’Hare’s Mace store in Turners Cross in Cork City has been calling on his customers to check their tickets ahead of Wednesday’s (15th March) deadline.
“It’s a popular local shop on the outskirts of Cork City and we’re confident that the vast majority of our customers are from the local community. There was great excitement locally when the prize was originally won back in December so its surprising that it still hasn’t been claimed after all this time. There isn’t a person in the county who doesn’t know about this unclaimed prize. It’s all everybody is talking about at the moment. We’ll be doing our utmost in the store in the next few days to ensure that everybody in the area will check their old tickets to see if they are the winner of the €50,000 prize,” he said.
(L-R) Fergus O'Hare, Sheila O'Driscoll and Martin Drummey from O'Hare's Mace store in Turners Cross in Cork City appeal to their customers to check their old lottery tickets ahead of a prize claim deadline for a €50,000 EuroMillions Plus prize which will expire on Wednesday (15th March).
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.
The winner of the prize should sign the back of your winning ticket and immediately contact the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and arrangements will be made to pay the prize.”
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