Laois Resident Wins €500k EuroMillions Prize National Lottery Urges Winner to Step Forward

One lucky person in Laois has scooped a staggering €500,000 in Tuesday night’s EuroMillions Plus draw. The anonymous winner accomplished this incredible feat after purchasing their winning Quick Pick ticket just a day before the draw at Daybreak on Main Street in Borris-in-Ossory, Co. Laois. However, the life-changing sum is still unclaimed, prompting The National Lottery to urge all participants to double-check their tickets.

The winning numbers for the EuroMillions Plus draw on Tuesday night were 10, 14, 22, 44, and 47. Players are encouraged to sign the back of their ticket and keep it in a safe place. To claim the prize, the winner should contact the National Lottery’s prize claims team by calling 1800 666 222 or via email at [email protected]. Proper arrangements will then be made for the winner to collect their prize.

The Daybreak store’s manager, Kate Brennan, expressed her excitement upon learning that her store had sold the winning ticket. “This is the biggest prize that we have ever sold, so there has been lots of excitement since we posted the news on our social media first thing this morning,” Brennan said. “We’re located on the old road between Dublin and Limerick, so the winner could truly be anyone. Here’s hoping they check their ticket soon! All the staff were thrilled to hear this news. Let’s hope the winning continues, and maybe we’ll get even more phone calls from the National Lottery in the future!”

Store employees shared in Brennan’s enthusiasm, with many recounting the bustling morning when the news broke. The story quickly spread among both staff and locals, invigorating everyone with a newfound sense of anticipation. The general consensus was unanimous—hope that the winner checks their ticket soon and claims their fortune.

The National Lottery has stressed the importance of verifying tickets, and this draw marks the eighth time this year that the EuroMillions Plus Top Prize has been won in Ireland. Previous winners hailed from Dublin (2), Tipperary, Cork, Wicklow (2), and Kilkenny, underscoring the widespread nature of the lottery’s luck.

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In a statement, National Lottery spokesperson Sarah Ruane appealed to players who purchased tickets at the Daybreak store in Borris-in-Ossory to review their entries carefully. “We are appealing to all of our players who may have purchased a ticket at the Daybreak, Main Street, Borris in Ossory, Co. Laois to check their tickets carefully today as one player has a prize worth an incredible €500,000 awaiting them,” Ruane said. “The winner should contact our prize claims team as soon as possible, and arrangements will be made for them to visit Lotto HQ to officially claim their prize.”

EuroMillions Plus is an add-on game to the main EuroMillions draw, allowing players the chance to win additional prizes with different number combinations. The €500,000 prize is the game’s highest and has been making waves across the country with frequent wins.

As the fervor continues to build in Borris-in-Ossory, locals and participants are abuzz with speculation about who the lucky winner might be. Could it be a regular player, or perhaps a passerby traveling through the town? Whoever it is, they hold a ticket that can dramatically alter their financial future.

Meanwhile, for those who are continuously inspired by such marvelous strokes of luck, the National Lottery reminds all participants about the importance of playing responsibly. Dreaming big can lead to life-altering outcomes, but moderation ensures the essence of the game remains light-hearted and enjoyable.

The fortunate win comes at a time when communities like Borris-in-Ossory, and indeed many across the country, are eager for good news and positive stories. This latest EuroMillions Plus win offers a beacon of hope and excitement, reminding everyone that incredible opportunities can arise from the most ordinary of days.

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With the dazzling sum still unclaimed, anticipation lingers in the air, and all eyes are set on finding out who the next half-a-millionaire from Laois will be.

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