Euromillions ticket holder claims €381k prize on final day

Euromillions ticket holder claims €381k prize on final day

The National Lottery says a Euromillions ticket holder has come forward to claim their prize of almost €400,000.

The ticket was purchased back in May in Tesco in the Market Green Shopping Centre in Midleton, Co. Cork.

The winner, who had until 5.30pm today to claim their €381,863 prize, has finally come forward to claim their prize money.

The winning numbers were 32, 34, 40, 45 and 48 and the Lucky Stars were 1 and 10.

The National Lottery are to provide details later.


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