They must be the luckiest store in Galway City, as the Spar in Ballybrit celebrates selling a €1 million Euromillions ticket for the second time.
One of the three €1 million Euromillions raffle tickets from last Friday’s draw was sold at the Spar store in Parkmore, Ballybrit.
The lucky Galway player purchased their normal play ticket last Thursday, January 20.
The store, which is owned by Gerard Geraghty and managed by his brother John, is no stranger to big lottery wins, having sold a similar EuroMillions Raffle prize of €1 million in July 2018.
The National Lottery has confirmed that it is still waiting for the three winners of the €1 million EuroMillions Raffle prize from last Friday night to make contact.
The three winning EuroMillions Raffle Draw codes which are worth €1 million each are: IMDZ91577, IMFC21006 and IMFF48547.
The EuroMillions Raffle draw guaranteed that 100 players across all nine participating countries would each win one of the €1 million raffle prizes.
Similarly, two separate retailers in Clonakilty and Dunmanway are also celebrating after they were informed that they also sold two of the winning tickets.
The two winning retailers which are based just 20km’s apart are: Minihane’s Gala store on Pearse Street in Clonakilty town and Healy’s SuperValu store in Dunmanway in Co. Cork.
Players are advised to check their tickets carefully and if they have a winning ticket in their possession, they should sign it immediately and keep it in a safe place.
To claim their prize, winners are asked to contact the prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email email@example.com and arrangements will be made for their prize to be paid.