There's no Lotto winner tonight, but someone has won €117k

There's no Lotto winner tonight, but someone has won €117k

There was no winner of tonight's Lotto Jackpot, worth €4,906,450.

However, one lucky ticket did win €117,023 after matching five numbers plus the bonus.

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The numbers drawn were 15, 28, 39, 40, 42 and 43. The bonus number was 9.

More than 36,000 players won prizes in tonight’s draw, including one winner of €MM,000.

Wednesday's jackpot is heading for €5.5m.

There was no winner of the top Lotto Plus 1 prize of €500,000. The numbers drawn were: 9, 13, 28, 31, 34 and 47. The bonus number was 24.

There was no winner of the top Lotto Plus 2 prize of €250,000. The numbers drawn were: 4, 7, 11, 21, 32 and 47. The bonus number was 6.


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