A lucky EuroMillions winner is running out of time to collect a cheque for half a million euros.
National Lottery players who entered a EuroMillions draw at the star of October may want to check their ticket again.
The winner bought the ticket in North Dublin, Kilbarrack, and bagged a cool €500,000.
But the Lotto has reminded the winner that time is running out to claim the top prize.
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The EuroMillions lucky winner will have to claim the prize before Monday, December 30th to land the large windfall.
If nobody claims the prize before this date, the prize will be forfeited.
The prize was won on Tuesday, October 1 – with golden numbers for this prize being: 9, 18, 26, 32, 43.
The Lottery has now released a statement appealing for the lucky winner to come forward before it’s too late.
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A spokesman said: “There is somebody out there with a EuroMillions ticket worth €500,000 so we are appealing to our platers to check their tickets carefully.
“The deadline for this prize is Monday 30th December, so we would love to see them in our Winners’ Room before Christmas so they can celebrate the holiday season in style.”
If you think you’ve won the jackpot but don’t know how to claim, go to national-lottery.co.uk/results/how-to-claim to find out how.
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