Bride-to-be aims to expand guest list for her wedding with €120k Lotto jackpot

Bride-to-be aims to expand guest list for her wedding with €120k Lotto jackpot

A bride-to-be has won €120,000 on the National Lottery.

The woman from Dublin, who wants to keep her win private, matched five numbers plus the bonus in last night's Lotto draw.

She bought her €5 Quick Pick ticket in Spar, Ballybrit, Parkmore in Co Galway yesterday morning.

The woman intends to pay down her mortgage, upgrade her and her fiancé's car and expand the guest list for her wedding.

She also intends a minor splurge on the band playing at her wedding.


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