Lotto executives have announced where they have sold the winning 500,000 euro million tickets.
The lucky winner of the half-million-euro prize after winning the Euro Million Plus draw on Friday was one of only two winners to score six digits last night.
The winning Quick Pick ticket was sold at the El Horizon Convenience Store in downtown Kilcoco Town.
The number of winners in the plus lottery was 3, 9, 17, 22 and 46.
This is the 21st winner of the Euro Million Plus Top Prize held in Ireland so far this year.
He won six more digits in Friday’s major euro million draw.
The lucky player matched all five numbers and one lucky star and earned $ 166,116.
This means that the player is one figure short of winning the $ 67 million jackpot.
The $ 166,116 ticket was an Advance Play, Quick Pick ticket, sold at the Evers Spar Store in Irish Own, located in downtown Kilkenny.
The numbers drawn were 2, 10, 19, 25, 45, and Lucky Stars 1, 7.
Lotto bosses urge people to check tickets.
“Since there were so many prize winners in last night’s Euro Millions draw, we urge all our players to check their tickets very carefully,” said a National Lottery spokesman.
“If you are the winner of any of the major prizes, please contact our gift claim team at 1800 666 222 or email the claims lottery.com and we will make arrangements to collect your prize.”
Meanwhile, the National Lottery has confirmed that the jackpot will be guaranteed $ 130 million next Friday.
“Regardless of next Tuesday’s $ 75 million jackpot (estimated) lottery results, next Friday the Euro Millions jackpot will be guaranteed $ 130 million,” a spokesman said.
“That means that even if Tuesday’s jackpot wins, Friday’s jackpot will be $ 130 million.
“The Euro Million community hosts a special mega draw event several times a year, which always creates incredible excitement among our players.
We look forward to seeing another Euro Million jackpot winner in Ireland in the wake of last year’s $ 175 million win in Nabal, Dublin. $ 130 million will be the second largest lottery winner in Ireland. ”