Lucky Dublin Couple - €40,000 Scratch Card Winners

Lucky Dublin Couple - €40,000 Scratch Card Winners

A lucky young Dublin couple from Tallaght who have become our latest big scratch card winners are set to realise their dream of owning their very own home much earlier than expected following €40,000 win on a €3 National Lottery scratch card.

Tallaght native, Sinéad Mooney (27) and her partner, Stephen Nicholl won the €40,000 prize on the €3 Money Multiplier 10X scratch which they purchased at their local Tesco store in the Square, Tallaght in Dublin 24.

As dedicated parents to one-year-old son Brandon, Sinéad and Stephen have been determined to give their son a home in which they can truly call their own.

'This is an incredible feeling. We have been working ever so hard to save for a deposit for a house and we have continuously wondered if we would ever get there with the way the housing market is currently changing. Every single cent of this €40,000 win will go towards a new house which will be a home of our very own,”   said Sinéad Mooney.

Want to share that winning feeling? Play in store, on the National Lottery App or online by 7:30 pm on Friday evening for your chance to win.

Playing National Lottery funds good causes across Ireland and to date €5 Billion has been raised. In 2016 alone, the National Lottery funded over €210 million good causes. This level of funding has made a significant difference to communities, projects and individuals in the areas of Youth, Sports, Recreation, Amenities, Health, Welfare, Arts, Culture, National Heritage and the Irish Language.

 

 

Want to share that winning feeling?

Play in store, on the National Lottery App or online for your chance to win!

 

Good Causes benefit from the sale of all National Lottery games

To date the National Lottery has raised over €5 billion for good causes. This level of funding has made a significant difference to communities, projects and individuals in the areas of Youth, Sports, Recreation, Amenities, Health, Welfare, Arts, Culture, National Heritage and the Irish Language.