Lucky Dubliner €1 million richer after Lotto win

Lucky Dubliner €1 million richer after Lotto win

A lucky lotto player won a cool €1 million in Dublin earlier today.

The Daily Million draw ticket was bought at Tesco in the Phibsboro Shopping Centre.

Incredibly, this is the third Daily Million winning ticket sold in Dublin 7 in the last twelve months.

The others were sold in Ormsbys Newsagents last February, and in Costcutters Express last September - both on the North Circular Road.

More on this topic

€6.8m Lotto win 'the talk of the village' as winner gets in contact with National Lottery€6.8m Lotto win 'the talk of the village' as winner gets in contact with National Lottery

Last night's €6.8m lotto winner ticket was bought in Kilkenny Last night's €6.8m lotto winner ticket was bought in Kilkenny

Just in time for Christmas - ONE winner of €6.8m LottoJust in time for Christmas - ONE winner of €6.8m Lotto

The lotto results are in...The lotto results are in...


More in this Section

'He put his hands around my neck and started to choke me' - Cork man convicted of assaulting his sister'He put his hands around my neck and started to choke me' - Cork man convicted of assaulting his sister

Jack Butler Yeats painting sells at auction for three-times its estimateJack Butler Yeats painting sells at auction for three-times its estimate

Court quashes conviction of one of three men for burglary which saw Limerick family assaulted and threatenedCourt quashes conviction of one of three men for burglary which saw Limerick family assaulted and threatened

Taoiseach accuses Fianna Fáil of 'anti-rural agenda' over smoky coal banTaoiseach accuses Fianna Fáil of 'anti-rural agenda' over smoky coal ban


Lifestyle

Ray Liotta never planned to be an actor. He only signed up for drama classes in college in a bid to dodge the more academic subjects, and didn’t make his first film until he was 30.Both sides now: Ray Liotta on his 40 year career

I am Jesus Christ! No, don’t worry, this writer’s ego isn’t quite that big. We won’t be turning water into wine. Rather, ‘I Am Jesus Christ’ is the name of a new game just announced on Steam.GameTech: The new video game 'I am Jesus Christ'

Johnny ‘Fang’ Murphy, frontman with Cork group The Stargazers, tells Ellie O’Byrne about the cultural milestones on his musical journey.Getting into the swing of things: Johnny 'Fang' Murphy on his musical journey

Clean skincare is cleaning up, but does it even mean anything in particular?The Skin Nerd: When clean does not always mean better

More From The Irish Examiner