Daily Million Fever! Another player scoops Daily Million plus top prize worth €500,000!
So far this year FOUR players have scored the handsome top prize
Daily Million fever has certainly set in, as another National Lottery player has scooped the Daily Millions Plus top prize worth an incredible €500,000!
The online player from Dublin, scored the half a million prize in last night’s (25th April) Daily Millions 9pm draw.
The National Lottery can confirm this morning that the winners HAS made contact and arrangements are being made for them to collect their prize.
This latest win is the fourth time a player has scooped the plus top prize in just four weeks. So far this year, the Daily Millions game has also seen three players become millionaires after they won the top prize of €1 Million.
A spokesperson from the National Lottery said: “What an incredible stream of wins we’ve had recently in the Daily Millions game. So far this year, the game has made three brand new millionaires after players scooped the top prize of €1 Million and seen four players take home the plus top prize worth a handsome half a million euro. We can confirm that last night's winner has made contact and arrangements are currently being made for them to collect their prize. The player from Dublin, who wishes to keep their win private, purchased their winning ticket online or on the National Lottery app”.
The Daily Million game has produced seven top prize wins in 2023, including three winners of the €1 million Daily Million top prize and four winners of the €500,000 Daily Million Plus top prize. Michael O'Brien, Owner of Spar in Borrisokane, is pictured celebrating with staff as his store was revealed as the winning location for Saturday, 15th April 2pm Daily Millions top prize ticket worth €1,000,000
Daily Million draws take place twice a day, seven days a week at 2pm and 9pm and costs just €1 per play.
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