Kildare Shop Revealed as Selling Point for Substantial EuroMillions Prize with a Call for Winners to Step Forward

The National Lottery has issued an urgent appeal this morning for EuroMillions players to double-check their tickets as a significant prize remains to be claimed. The draw from Tuesday night has made one lucky player’s bank balance substantially richer by €114,649. It was indeed a rewarding evening for many, as over 53,000 Irish participants walked away with prizes from the EuroMillions and Plus games. The standout winner managed to land the Match 5+ One Lucky Star prize, which catapulted their financial status overnight.

Bated breaths and heightened anticipation filled the air as the numbers 13, 22, 24, 33, 47, along with the lucky stars 01 and 05, were drawn. It wasn’t long until the National Lottery announced that a Co Kildare native held the winning ticket with these numbers, valued at the six-figure sum of €114,649.

Continuing with the reveal, lottery officials have confirmed the location where this golden ticket originated. The player had secured their Quick Pick ticket at the bustling Dunnes Stores Newbridge, situated on the iconic Moorefield Road, on the very day of the draw.

With such an auspicious ticket now in play, recipients hailing from Kildare are advised to act swiftly. They are encouraged to endorse the back of their ticket, ensuring it remains under their possession and is safeguarded. Following this, the winner has been urged to reach out to the National Lottery prize claims team without delay. By contacting via telephone at 1800 666 222 or by emailing [email protected], arrangements can promptly be coordinated for the winner to collect their Match 5 and 1 Lucky Star prize from the Lotto Headquarters.

The thrill of the win was palpable in the commentary provided by National Lottery spokesperson, Sarah Orr. She highlighted the significance of the win for the Kildare player, who was the biggest winner in Ireland for that night’s draw. Orr stated, “We are encouraging all of our players who may have purchased their Quick Pick tickets on the day of the draw at Dunnes Stores Newbridge on Moorefield Road to carefully reexamine their tickets, as they could potentially possess the ticket now worth €114,649.”

Sarah Orr also reminded everyone of the ongoing opportunity to hit the jackpot in the Lotto, which is anticipated to reach about €2.8 million. She encouraged lotto enthusiasts to maintain their optimism and to remember that tickets can be readily acquired through numerous platforms, including in-person store visits, the Lotto app, and through the official website at, all before the evening cut-off time of 7.45 pm.

Not to be overlooked, there were also ten Irish players who enjoyed a decent payday in the Tuesday night Ireland Only raffle draw, each banking €5,000. These smaller yet significant wins added to the night’s excitement.

The luck of the draw didn’t stop in Ireland, as a player from France struck gold with the massive €166,790,050 jackpot in the same draw. With such fortunes being handed out across Europe, the subsequent EuroMillions draw is lined up to start over with a jackpot of a guaranteed €17 million.

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