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This is the store that sold the winning €87m EuroMillions ticket

The winner came from the Centra store in Ballybrack.

centra 2 Centra owner Dave Whelan (left), his wife and staff celebrate selling the winning ticket. Source: Mac Innes Photography

WE’RE DOWN TO a shop. The winning €87 million EuroMillions lottery ticket was sold in the Centra store in Ballybrack in Co. Dublin.

Whomever bought the winning ticket for the 19 September jackpot bought it in the store on Church Road in the south Dublin suburb.

The €86,732,923 jackpot is the third largest ever win lotto win in Ireland and was won by a syndicate that collected their winnings last week.

The seller of the ticket is to hold a photocall at the store this morning to celebrate the win.

PastedImage-95779 The winning ticket was bought by a syndicate. Source: Google maps

 

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