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€1 million Christmas millionaire raffle ticket sold in Cork

€1 million Christmas millionaire raffle ticket sold in Cork

It’s a dream start to the New Year for some very lucky National Lottery Christmas Millionaire Raffle winners from all over Ireland and particularly so in Cork, Donegal, Westmeath, Kerry and Dublin.

On New Year’s Eve a winning ticket worth €1 million, a winning ticket worth €250,000 and four winning tickets worth €100,000 each were drawn.

Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket number 179740 won the top prize of €1 million. The lucky ticket was purchased at the Topaz Service Station on Lower Tivoli Road in Cork on 21 December 2016.

Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket number 435295 won €250,000. The ticket was sold at American House on Main Street, Bundoran, Co. Donegal on the day of the draw.

A full list of winning ticket numbers for the top six Christmas Millionaire Raffle prizes follows below, together with the selling details for each ticket.

€1 MILLION CHRISTMAS MILLIONAIRE RAFFLE TICKET:

Ticket Number Selling Agent
179740 Topaz Service Station, Lower Tivoli Road, Cork.


€250,000 CHRISTMAS MILLIONAIRE RAFFLE TICKET:

Ticket Number Selling Agent
435295 American House, Main Street, Bundoran, Co. Donegal

 

4X €100,000 CHRISTMAS MILLIONAIRE RAFFLE TICKETS:

Ticket Number Selling Agent
412757 Dunnes Stores, Athlone Shopping Centre, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
403435 Eason, Church Street, Listowel, Co. Kerry.
27012 Spar, Curzon House, Abbey Street, Dublin 1
326014 Daybreak, Sillogue Road, Ballymun, Dublin 11


All Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket holders have 90 days from the day of the draw to collect their prizes. The top six prizes can only be collected in National Lottery offices in Dublin.

Full draw results detailing all 3,176 prize winning numbers are available on our Results page.

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