Cork city EuroMillions player has a week to claim €1m prize

EuroMillions players in Cork city should check their tickets, because they may be millionaires.

Nobody has come forward to claim the €1m prize from the EuroMillions draw from Friday, February 23, and the deadline expires in a week, Thursday, May 24.

The ticket in Ireland was one of the 25 guaranteed prizes of a million euro through participating EuroMillions countries on that day.

It was won with a Quick Pick ticket sold in the Eason shop in the Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork city on the day of the draw.

The winning raffle code of the €1m raffle prize was I-DKB-06633.

National Lottery Chief Executive, Dermot Griffin, has urged EuroMillions players to check their tickets ahead of the deadline.

World Championship boxing contender Spike O'Sullivan at Eason's Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork with staff members Gillian Scanlon, Martina Walsh and Margaret Sheehan on the lookout for the €1m winner. Pic: Justin MacInnes

He said: “We are urging all of our players to cast their mind back to Friday 23rd February because there is a life-changing €1 million EuroMillions prize still waiting to be claimed.

"I am calling on all of all of our players to double-check their homes, pockets, handbags and cars for a EuroMillions ticket which could be worth an incredible €1 million.”

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