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€1m Lotto ticket still to be claimed

Tuesday, 31st January, 2017 10:09am

Let the pocket searching and wallet rummaging begin! Although no-one in Cork won last week’s mammoth EuroMillions win, there is a Lotto ticket bought in December worth €1 million, that is still to be claimed.

This morning, the National Lottery is reminding all Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket holders to check their tickets as the top prize of €1 million from the draw held on New Year’s Eve has yet to be claimed.

The lucky ticket (ticket number 179740) was purchased at the Topaz Service Station on Lower Tivoli Road on 21 December, 2016.

The National Lottery asks all players to check their tickets. If you’re the lucky ticketholder, sign the back of the ticket and contact the National Lottery prize claims team on 01-8364444.

Meanwhile, everyone with a brand new flashy car in Guarranabraher is now a suspect in the ‘Who won €500,000?’ investigation!

There was no winner of Saturday’s (28 January) Lotto jackpot which was worth in excess of €6.7 million but one lucky ticket holder in Cork has the Lotto Plus 1 top prize of €500,000.

The winning normal play Lotto ticket was sold at the Centra Store on Bakers Road in Guarranabraher on the day of the draw. This lucky ticket holder has been in contact with the National Lottery to make arrangements to collect their prize money.

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