Two lucky Loto winners win € 500,000 each in Friday draws


Last night two lucky Lotto winners in Dublin and Limerick took home € 500,000 each in two separate draws.

he first winner in Dublin was an online player who took home the € 500,000 in the EuroMillions plus draw on Friday night.

The unknown winner purchased the winning Quick Pick ticket online the same day.

The winning numbers were 07, 17, 29, 31, 32.

The National Lottery has confirmed the winning online and encourages the lucky ticket holder who was notified to get in touch to begin the prize claim process.

On Friday evening, the EuroMillions jackpot of € 77,959,528 was won in Spain.

Meanwhile, the second win of € 500,000 in Limerick was won in the Daily Million Plus draw at 9pm last night.

The winning ticket was sold at the Amber gas station on Old Cork Road and was purchased on the day of the draw.

The winning numbers were 14, 19, 20, 25, 28, 39 and the bonus was 30.

The lucky winner is advised to sign the back of the ticket and contact the National Lottery to claim their prize.

Amber Service Station Supervisor Christopher MacNamara said, “This is the biggest prize ever sold by our store, so it’s an unforgettable memory.

“I’m sure as soon as word starts to spread there will be great excitement around town. We’re located in the middle of a great community so it’s nice to think this could be someone from the area who’s been a bit lucky.

“It’s definitely a well-deserved award after the year that it has been. I wish the lucky winner all the best with his victory! “

This is the second time the Daily Million plus has been won in the space of a week after a game in Dublin saw a similar victory last Sunday.

Almost 30 cents out of every € 1 spent on all national lottery games goes to good causes in the fields of sport, youth, health, welfare, education, the arts, Irish heritage and language. In total, more than 6 billion euros have been collected for good causes since the creation of the National Lottery 34 years ago. In 2020 alone, € 254 million was raised for local good causes in communities across Ireland.


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