The winning ticket for last night’s enormous €88.5 million Euro Millions jackpot was sold in Ireland and the National Lottery have confirmed that the ticket holders have been in touch to find out how to collect their completely life-changing prize.
The National Lottery in Dublin confirmed that there was one jackpot victor and the ticket had been purchased in Ireland.The lucky victor had a match of five numbers and two stars – numbers 01, 05, 07, 17 and 23 with stars 03 and 08.”The first thing we tell them is to sign the back of the ticket and make contact with the National Lottery – so they can ring through to our claims area and naturally we’ll guide them through the process from there”.Already the bookies are offering odds on where the winning ticket was sold.The National Lottery would provide legal advisers and accountants to assist the winners, added Mr Griffin.
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A syndicate involving a group of friends won €66 million in January a year ago.Ireland has a good record of EuroMillions jackpot winners.The 12th-highest jackpot in the competition’s history was won by Dolores McNamara from Co Limerick when she took home €115,436,126 in July 2005.An Irish player matched five main numbers and two lucky stars in Tuesday’s draw.EuroMillions is played in nine countries – Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the UK.