Dublin player scoops €500k in last night’s historic EuroMillions draw
UK ticket holder scores the eye-watering jackpot of €230 Million
A EuroMillions player in Dublin will be sure to have a spring in their step today when they learn they’ve won an incredible €500,000 in last night’s (19th July) EuroMillions plus draw.
The winning numbers in Tuesday’s (19th of July) EuroMillions Plus draw were 3, 6, 17, 28, 49.
Players in the capital are being urged to check their tickets carefully after it was revealed that the winning ticket was purchased on Monday 18th of July in SuperValu, Cedarglade, Fortunestown, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Shop owner, Alan Jordan was delighted to get the call about the Tuesday night win: "The sun may have dropped in other parts of the country but it's certainly shining on Jordan's Supervalu this morning! We’re a local shop serving the community over 20 years and we’re absolutely delighted we’ve sold the winning ticket. We’d be even happier if it’s someone local. We wish the winner all the best with their winnings. There will be a fantastic buzz around the shop and community today", he said.
Store manager Stephen and staff members at Jordan’s SuperValu, in Fortunestown, Tallaght, were pictured celebrating after it was announced that their Dublin based store sold Tuesday night’s winning EuroMillions plus ticket worth €500,000.
The Dublin winner is advised to sign the back of their ticket and keep it safe. They should make contact with the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and arrangements will be made for them to claim their prizes.
The Dublin player was part of a historic night after a UK ticket holder scooped the EuroMillions jackpot top prize of €230,000 - the biggest amount ever seen in Europe! Five other players across the EuroMillions community shared a respectable €4.4m after matching five numbers and one lucky star.
Meanwhile Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot is now guaranteed to be €17 Million.
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