The location of the store that sold Friday's €2.5 Million EuroMillions Prize has been revealed
Dubliners, get checking those tickets!
Now, we all know that millions of Euros are not to be sniffed at, but we have to wonder what the winner of the second-best prize at last week's EuroMillions is thinking right now, knowing that a one-in-twelve Bonus Number resulted in the difference of €187.5 million.
On Friday, someone in Ireland won €2,521,015 after matching the five numbers and one of the two bonus numbers. In case you need a reminder, the numbers for the draw were as follows: 6, 9, 35, 41, and 44, and bonus numbers were 6 and 9.
Today, it was announced that the winning ticket was sold on Thursday 3 October at Kane's/McCartney's SuperValu store in Donabate in County Dublin.
So if you haven't yet checked, and you bought your tickets that day in that area, get checking right now!
Also, a reminder that this Tuesday's jackpot needs to be won.
A National Lottery spokesperson said that "For the first time in the history of the EuroMillions game, we have reached the €190 million maximum jackpot cap for five draws which means that Tuesday’s €190 million draw is an extra special, must be won event.
"If there is no winner of Tuesday’s jackpot prize, the entire jackpot will be shared at the next prize tier at which there are winners. While the €190 million jackpot on offer is truly life changing, the additional prize excess which will flow down to lower prize tiers could create even more multi-millionaires in Ireland on Tuesday night."