A EuroMillions player in Dublin had a St. Patrick’s Day to remember as they won a cool €404,532 after matching five numbers and one lucky star number on last night’s EuroMillions draw.
This winner was one number short of scooping the entire €63,600,033 jackpot, which was won in the United Kingdom.The National Lottery has appealed for people in Dublin to check their tickets as this golden EuroMillions ticket was sold at the Tesco Liffey Valley store on the Fonthill Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
This Quick Pick ticket was sold on 16th March.A National Lottery spokesperson said, “We are urging all our EuroMillions players across the country to check their tickets to see if they have won prizes as more than 42,000 Irish players won cash prizes on last night’s draw.
We are particularly asking those who played in Dublin and more specther of the winning group said: “It really is a strange feeling. We’ve just become millionaires overnight and every fibre of your body wants to jump around and celebrate with your entire family but with the current virus outbreak, we have been incredibly sensible and kept our distance from everybody and just celebrated by text and WhatsApp.
You always have this idea of how you will celebrate when you win the Lotto but I think there is a huge responsibility on everybody in the country to keep your distance no matter what the circumstance, even if you win the Lotto!”ifically those who shopped in Tesco Liffey Valley to check to see if they have this very valuable piece of paper worth €404,532.”
“If you find you are the winner of this prize, be sure to sign the back of the ticket, keep it in a safe place and contact our prize claims team on 01 836 4444 and we will make arrangements for you to come to the National Lottery to collect
your prize”The winning EuroMillions numbers for last night’s draw were: 05, 07, 08, 16, 20 and the Lucky Star numbers were 02 and 12.
Meanwhile, a Donegal family has today described their €1 million Lotto win as a surreal experience after they picked up their massive prize at National Lottery headquarters in Dublin city centre.
The lucky family who wish to keep their win private have described their win as ‘truly life-changing’ but have kept their feet firmly on the ground since they found out about their win last week due to the developments in the Covid-19 situation.