National Lottery continues to urge Telly Bingo players to check their tickets for €45,075 prize
The National Lottery has confirmed that the Lotto Plus 2 winner who scooped €250,000 in the Saturday 5th August draw has come forward and arrangements are now being made for them to claim their top prize amount. The Laois player purchased their winning ticket at Centra on the Dublin Road in Portlaoise.
Meanwhile, the National Lottery is continuing to appeal to Telly Bingo players in the county to check their old tickets from Friday 14th July as a Snowball prize worth €45,075 remains unclaimed.
The winning ticket was purchased on Tuesday 4th July at Dunnes Stores in the Kyle Shopping Centre on James Fintan Lalor Avenue in Portlaoise.
Players are being reminded that ticketholders have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize which means that the claim deadline for this prize is close of business on Thursday 12th October.
A National Lottery spokesperson has urged all Telly Bingo players who may have purchased their ticket for the Friday 14th July draw at Dunnes Stores in the Kyle Shopping Centre to check their tickets very carefully as one player now has a ticket worth €45,075.
“We are delighted to confirm that arrangements are now being made for the Lotto Plus 2 winner from 5th August to collect their €250,000 top prize amount which they won after purchasing their winning ticket at the Centra shop on the Dublin Road in Portlaoise. However, we are still waiting to hear from another Portlaoise National Lottery player who scooped €45,075 in the 14th July Telly Bingo draw. The Snowball winner purchased their ticket, which is now worth €45,075, at Dunnes Stores in the Kyle Shopping Centre and has just over three weeks left to claim their prize.”
“We are appealing to all of our Telly Bingo players who may have purchased their tickets in Portlaoise to carefully check their old tickets from July as one player now has a prize €45,075 waiting for them. The claim deadline is Thursday 12th October and the winner is advised to sign the back of their ticket and keep it safe. They should contact our prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and arrangements will be made for them to collect their prize as soon as possible.”
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