Ireland’s newest Lotto jackpot winner comes forward
The National Lottery has today revealed that Saturday night’s (15th July) Lotto jackpot winning ticket was sold at the Tesco supermarket in the Long Walk Shopping Centre in Dundalk, Co. Louth.
The National Lottery has confirmed that the Wee County winner has made contact and arrangements are now being made for the €2.4 million winner to collect their life-changing prize.
Paul McGuinness, Store Manager at Tesco Longwalk said: “I’m delighted to hear that one of our Tesco Longwalk customers has won big over the weekend. News travelled quick that there might be a winner in the area and there was a great atmosphere with people coming in to check their tickets, hoping to be Louth’s newest millionaire! It’s a lifechanging amount, huge congrats to the winner!”
Photo caption: Staff at Tesco in the Long Walk Shopping Centre in Dundalk, Co. Louth were celebrating today after it was announced that their store sold Saturday night’s Lotto jackpot ticket worth €2,418,002
Saturday night’s Lotto jackpot winner became the 21st National Lottery millionaire of the year to date as well as the 8th Lotto jackpot winner of 2023 after scooping the life-changing amount of €2,418,002.
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