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Ireland Waterford Lotto players urged to check tickets after massive €5 million win

18:50  24 october  2019
18:50  24 october  2019 Source:   evoke.ie

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Lotto players in Waterford City are being urged to check their tickets after last night’s Lotto draw produced a Match 5 + Bonus winner of € 170,363 Throughout May all Lotto Match 5 + Bonus winners will win a luxury holiday to the value of € 20,000 on top of the draw prize. Pat Murphy, owner of the

The National Lottery is appealing to lotto players to check their tickets , after € 6.2m was won in Drogheda, Co Louth. The winning ticket of last Saturday night's draw was sold in Tesco Extra on the Donore Road. However, nobody has come forward yet to claim the jackpot.

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The National Lottery announced this morning that the winner of last night’s Lotto jackpot bought the ticket in Deise Co.Waterford.

The jackpot is worth a total of €5,260,021 and the National Lottery are now urging people to check their tickets for the draw to see if they have won the grand prize.

This year, there has been over €116 million acquired in Lotto games with 16 new millionaires being created by the Lotto and the Lotto Plus games.

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This win is the 8th jackpot win this year bringing the impressive total to over €50 million claimed in jackpot prizes alone.

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LOTTO players are being urged to check their tickets after two Irish punters scooped prizes worth € 1. 5 million . The winning ticket from Mayo was sold at the Newstand store on Market Square, Castlebar. The lucky Daily Million Plus numbers for this draw were 15, 19, 25, 28, 32, 39 and the

A Lotto player in Meath who won almost € 120,000 is being urged to check their tickets . A spokesperson for the National Lottery said: "While there was no winner of the € 8.9 million jackpot, one lucky ticketholder in Co Meath is surely celebrating today after matching five numbers and the bonus

In Co.Waterford, there have been 41 Lotto Jackpot winners since 1988 and together they share a total of €71.4 million in jackpot prizes.

Last night’s Lotto had a total of 66,000 winners and all players are being encouraged to check their tickets.

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The winning lotto numbers are: 13, 27 , 32 , 36 , 38 , 39 and bonus number 43

A National Lottery spokesperson said that they hope to reveal the name of the shop which sold the winning ticket in the next few days.

The spokesperson went on to say that: ‘With 16 millionaires made in the Lotto games and an incredible  €116 million won in prizes so far this year,it really has been a bumper year so far for our Lotto players.

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‘We are appealing for anybody who ,may have purchased a ticket in Waterford in the last number of days to check their tickets carefully and make contact with us as soon as possible.’

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Daily Million players in the town of Mallow in Co Cork have been urged to check their lottery tickets following a top prize win of € 500,000 in Foley's Foodstore owner, John Foley (centre) celebrates with staff after they sell the winning ticket in today's 2PM Daily Million Plus draw worth € 500,000.

A LOTTERY ticket has scooped £21 million in last night’s Lotto draw. One person matched all six numbers which dropped from machine Arthur to win "All players are urged to check their tickets to see if they are a Lotto jackpot winner and don't worry - we have enough champagne on ice ready to

If you are the lucky winner they advise you to sign the back of your ticket and keep it safe. Then you need to contact the National Lottery prize claims team at 01 836 4444.

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