Winning Euromillions Lotto Ticket Sold In Dublin
The hunt is still on for the lucky winner or winners
It's been revealed that the winning 38-point-9 million euro EuroMillions ticket was sold in the Dublin region.
However the hunt is still on for the lucky winner - or winners.
The National Lottery says it was a quick pick ticket bought last Friday the 29th of December on the same day as the draw.
Spokesperson Miriam Donohoe says even if the winner comes forward today - they will have a little wait for the cash:
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