The National Lottery is urging EuroMillions players in Cork and Dublin to check their tickets after two players scooped the EuroMillions Plus top prize of €500,000 in Friday night’s (24th February) draw.
The winning ticket in Cork was sold on Thursday the 23rd of February in SuperValu on Main Street in Charleville.
The Dublin player purchased their winning quick pick ticket, now worth half a million euro, in Dunnes Stores in Kilnamanagh Shopping Centre, Tallaght.
With over 65,000 Irish winners in last night’s EuroMillions draw, a spokesperson for the National Lottery has called on all players in Cork and Dublin to check their tickets to see if they are one of the two lucky winners, “What an exciting night for Irish EuroMillions players with not one but TWO players scooping the EuroMillions Plus top prize worth an incredible €500,000. Today we’re asking all of our EuroMillions players, especially in Cork and Dublin, to check their tickets to see if they are the latest winners of a life-changing lottery prize. The ticket holders are advised to sign the back of their winning ticket and to keep it safe. The winner should make contact with the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email email@example.com and arrangements will be made for them to claim their prize.”
Last night’s €500,000 winners from Cork and Dublin are the 4th and 5th EuroMillions Plus top prize win’s in Ireland in 2023. The winning numbers in Friday’s (24th February) EuroMillions Plus draw were: 11, 15, 20, 23, 29
A player from France scooped the EuroMillions jackpot on Friday night which was worth €102,242,065. This means Tuesday’s jackpot now rolls to an estimated €17 Million.
The Cork and Dublin ticketholders are advised to sign the back of their winning ticket and to keep it safe. The winner should make contact with the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org and arrangements will be made for them to claim their prize.
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