No winner of the jackpot which is set to climb to an estimated €100M on Friday
EuroMillions players in Co. Mayo are being urged to check their tickets very carefully today after a player in the Westport area matched five numbers to scoop €152,670 in last night’s (23rd of August) EuroMillions draw. The winning Normal Play ticket was sold on the 9th of August in Hoban’s, Centra, The Quay Westport, Co Mayo
The winning numbers in Tuesday’s (23rd August) EuroMillions were: 19, 26, 31, 39, 48 and the Lucky stars 2 and 3
Séan Hoban, who owns the store along with his sister Ciara, was delighted to get the call about the win. “We’re in business at the Quay since 1999, I’m actually the 4th generation running the shop and this is our first big win. I can’t wait for the buzz over the next couple of days, there’s sure to be a flurry of local customers in and out checking tickets and asking lots of questions! I hope it’s one of our regular customers, it’s a lovely amount of money and should give some security for the winner, especially with the way things are at the minute and how everything’s gone so expensive. We wish the winner the very best of luck with their prize", he said.
Hoban’s, Centra, The Quay Westport, Co Mayo sold a ticket worth €152,670 in Tuesday night's (23rd August) EuroMillions draw. Pictured outside their store are owners Séan Hoban and Ciara Gillen
The Mayo winner is advised to sign the back of their ticket, which is now worth €152,670 and keep it safe. They should contact 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.
As there was no winner of last night’s EuroMillions jackpot of €87,739,478 Friday night’s draw (26th August) is set to roll towards an Estimated €100 Million.
Meanwhile, tonight’s Lotto jackpot is set to roll to an estimated €4 million. Players hoping to be in with a chance of becoming Ireland’s next Lotto jackpot winner are reminded that tickets can be purchased in-store, through the National Lottery app or at www.lottery.ie ahead of the cut-off time for ticket sales at 7.45pm this evening.
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