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€1 million winning ticket sold in Mullingar

Thursday, 2nd January, 2014 10:45am
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€1 million winning ticket sold in Mullingar
€1 million winning ticket sold in Mullingar

New year millionaire
€1 million winning ticket sold in Tesco, Mullingar

It was a new year to remember for some very lucky National Lottery Christmas Millionaire Raffle players.

On New Year’s Eve, a winning ticket worth €1 million, a winning ticket worth €250,000 and four winning tickets worth €100,000 each were drawn live on RTÉ One by TV presenter Brian Ormond as part of New Year’s Eve Live – The Ultimate Gathering broadcast from College Green in Dublin.

Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket number 139 235 won the top prize of €1,000,000. The lucky ticket was purchased in Tesco, Mullingar on Saturday December 21 2013.

A full list of the winning ticket numbers for the top six Christmas Millionaire Raffle prizes follows below, together with the selling agent details for each ticket.

Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket holders have 90 days to collect their prizes. The top six prizes above can only be collected in National Lottery offices in Dublin.

Following the live television broadcast, the remaining 2,230 prize winners were drawn for prize amounts ranging from €500 up to €10,000.

Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket holders can check if they hold a winning ticket at www.lottery.ie, where all 2,236 winning ticket numbers are available. The winning Raffle ticket numbers are available in any Lotto agent outlet.

Christmas Millionaire Raffle Prizes 2013
Level 1: €1,000,000 1 prize
Level 2: €250,000 1 prize
Level 3: €100,000 4 prizes
Level 4: €10,000 10 prizes
Level 5: €5,000 20 prizes
Level 6: €1,000 100 prizes
Level 7: €500 2,100 prizes

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