Irish Lotto Prizes in Dublin and Louth Set To Expire
Last Updated: Wednesday 8th February 2017, 10:06 am
Time is running out for a couple of lottery players to claim big prizes before their tickets expire. The hunt is on for an Irish Lotto winner from Saturday 12th November 2016 and a player from Louth who entered the TellyBingo game on Thursday 17th November, with the deadline for both prizes set to pass in the next week.
The Irish Lotto player bought their €5 Quick Pick at the lucky AppleGreen M1 Northbound Motorway Services Area in Lusk, Co. Dublin on the day of the draw. They matched five main numbers and the Bonus Ball and stand to win €37,101 if they come forward before Friday 10th February.
The winning TellyBingo player has until Wednesday 15th February to contact Irish National Lottery officials, having landed a Snowball prize worth €55,005 with a ticket purchased at the Spar Store on Lower Main Street in Dunleer, Co. Louth.
Irish National Lottery winners have 90 days from the date of the draw to come forward, and two other players have visited Dublin HQ this week to claim large prizes. A Limerick man scooped €50,000 on a National Lottery scratch card, while a woman from Galway picked up a cheque for €177,614.
The lucky lady matched five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball in the Irish Lotto draw on Wednesday 25th January, and is looking forward to using the money to treat her loved ones. She said: “I’m over the moon with my win. This will guarantee my financial security for life. I have no plans for the money yet but I will ensure those closest to me are well looked after.”
If you fancy getting your hands on a big Irish Lotto prize, you can enter tonight’s draw online or by going to any authorised retailer. The jackpot is up to an impressive €8.5 million, and the results can be found on Irish.National-Lottery.com straight after the draw takes place. Good luck!