Euro Millions Results: Ireland: Record Breaking 200 Million Draw: Over One Lakh Irish Players Win Prizes

Euro Millions Results: Ireland: Record Breaking 200 Million Draw: Over One Lakh Irish Players Win Prizes

More than one million people around Ireland have won cash prizes in the Euro Millions draw, with players bidding to win the $ 200 million jackpot.

No one has claimed the record-breaking amount or the $ 500,000 Euro Million Plus prize, but there were winners across the country last night.

In last night’s Plus lottery, 105 people won $ 2,000 in cash prizes – four players from across Europe won millions of home prizes.

After reaching $ 200 million last Friday, the Euro Millions jackpot is moving to a size never seen before.

Lotto HQ on Abby Street in Dublin

The number of winners in last night’s draw was 1, 4, 21, 24, 46, and the lucky players were 2, 12.

The winning numbers were 3, 33, 39, 45 and 46 – in the Euro Million Plus prize of $ 500,000 for a lucky punter.

There have been a number of wins around Ireland over the next week, the most notable of which was the Cork player’s $ 10.8 million last week.

In Euro Millions, a man from Wexford claimed $ 500,000 after winning the Plus lottery last week.

The player who bought the ticket from Hummel’s center store in the village of Kilmuckridge won by winning numbers 01, 03, 37, 41 and 46.

A ticket worth $ 10.8 million sold out in Cork last week

Lotto executives request the winner to sign the back of the ticket and contact them to arrange their grand prize collection.

Meanwhile, there were no winners in Friday night’s historic $ 200 million jackpot, which will be up for grabs on Tuesday.

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According to Euro Millions Community Rules, a jackpot is $ 200 million, and the proceeds go to the next prize pool.

If not, Jackpot could hold up to $ 200 million in four draws.

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