Limerick Lotto ticket – Pictured are Jim O’Callaghan (left) National Lottery gets the celebrations underway with Courtney Shinnors and Rebecca Molone, Chris O’Dirscoll, Store Manager, Anthony O’Donovan, Jamie Collins, Michelle Collins, Gemma Murphy as news of the National Lottery Million Euro Ticket win was announced. Picture Brendan Gleeson / Mac Innes Photography.
Castletroy supermarket confirmed as selling location for Lotto Plus 1 ticket worth €1 million!
A busy Limerick City supermarket has been revealed as the selling location of Saturday night’s winning Plus 1 Limerick Lotto ticket worth a life-changing €1 million. The Supervalu in the Castletroy Shopping Centre in Limerick City sold the winning Quick Pick ticket on the day of the draw, Saturday 18th June.
Manager Chris O’Driscoll was thrilled to get the call and said that this was the perfect week to get the good news: “What a way to start the week! This is the biggest prize that we have ever sold so there is certain to be great excitement around as soon as the news gets out. This week was already set to be a big one for us here as we are having a big in-store launch with several brands on Thursday so the timing really couldn’t have been better. We have around 120 staff members and as soon as the word spreads, they will all be absolutely beaming. With lots of local customers as well as passing trade from the nearby Dublin Road, we’re a busy store so let’s hope the winner scans their ticket soon and realises just how much it’s worth!”
The Limerick Lotto ticket top prize winner, who is yet to come forward to claim their €1 million prize, is advised to sign the back of their ticket and keep it safe. The winner should contact the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email [email protected] and arrangements will be made for them to claim their life-changing prize.
Meanwhile, tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot is set to roll towards an estimated €145 million. EuroMillions players dreaming of winning big tonight are reminded that tickets can be purchasing in-store, through the National Lottery app or at www.lottery.ie ahead of the cut-off time for ticket sales at 7.30pm this evening.
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