Waterford mother in shock after winning €105,000 Euromillions prize
There were no tricks, only treats for four separate winners at National Lottery headquarters in Dublin today as players from Kildare, Limerick, Louth and Waterford picked up a massive €471,385 in prize money between them from the EuroMillions game.
There was complete and utter shock for a Waterford mother who claimed her €105,000 EuroMillions raffle prize after she initially believed that she had only won €105.
The lucky mum who purchased her ticket at the Coolagh Centra Station in Dungarvan checked her ticket the morning after the draw and was delighted with her €105 prize until she was told that it was €105,000!
“When I checked my ticket initially, I actually thought it was €105 and I was so happy with that. When I went to claim the prize in the store, I was told that it was €105,000. It really is a dream come true! This money is for my children so we’ll put it aside for a couple of weeks before we make a plan for it,” she said.
There was also joyous scenes for the biggest winners of the day, a delighted family from Co. Limerick who scooped a €156,385, as well as winners from Kildare and Louth who attended Lotto HQ today.
Want to share that winning feeling? Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot is heading for an incredible €90 million. Play EuroMillions in-store, online or using the National Lottery App on your smartphone before 7.30 pm on Friday evening.
Nearly 30 cent in every €1 spent on EuroMillions and all National Lottery games go back to Good Causes in the areas of sport, youth, health, community, arts, heritage and the Irish language. In total more than €5.3 Billion has been raised for Good Causes since the National Lottery was established 30 years ago.
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