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Dublin: 15°C Thursday 18 August 2022

Winning €17m Euromillions jackpot ticket sold in Ireland

There was only one winner of the jackpot.

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THERE’S BEEN AN Irish winner in tonight’s €17 million Euromillions draw. 

There was a single winner of tonight’s jackpot with the winner matching five numbers and two lucky stars.

The winning numbers were: 24, 26, 32, 43, 46 and the lucky stars were 6 and 10.

Tonight’s Irish winner came one draw after last Friday’s draw which was for €130 million. 

The win also comes almost one year after Ireland’s record lottery winner on 20 February 2019 when a family syndicate from north Co. Dublin pocketed €175.4 million

Speaking this evening, a spokesperson for the National Lottery appealed for any Irish Euomillions player to see if they have won the huge jackpot. 

“This is amazing news! €17,000,000 is a mind-blowing sum of money and we are delighted to confirm that this lucky ticket was sold in Ireland,” the said. 

This is Ireland’s 15th EuroMillions jackpot winner and we are now asking all our players to check their tickets very carefully to see if they are the lucky winner or winners. 

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“If they are the lucky winners we encourage them to sign the back of the ticket, keep it safe and contact the National Lottery Prize Claims team on 01 836 4444. We are open from 9.15am tomorrow morning and we will make arrangements for you to collect this unbelievable prize”.

The National Lottery said it will release more information about the location of the where the winning ticket was sold in the coming days. 

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