Dublin player scoops €500,000 prize in EuroMillions

Staff at the Beaumont Circle K Service Station in Beaumont, Dublin 9. Credit: MacInnes Photography

Ireland's winning streak continues as yet another Irish person has won a prize in the Euromillions.

The winning €500,000 ticket was a quickpick sold yesterday in a Circle K service station in Beaumont, Dublin 9.

There have been six winners so far this year of the EuroMillions Plus top prize as well as a record breaking €175 million jackpot which was won by a family in North Dublin in February.

Senior Retail Director of Circle K Ireland Joanne D'arcy said they were delighted a customer had won:

"The win comes after two lucky customers won the same €500,000 EuroMillions Plus prize at our Kill North and Clonshaugh sites earlier this year.

"I’d like to extend my congratulations to our colleagues at Circle K Beaumont and encourage all customers who purchased a Euromillions ticket at the service station yesterday, to check it carefully and contact the National Lottery team if they have won.”

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