Someone in Ireland won €500,000 in Friday night's EuroMillions draw 11 months ago

Someone in Ireland won €500,000 in Friday night's EuroMillions draw

Time to check those tickets.

Someone in Ireland has won €500,000 in Friday night's EuroMillions draw.

The overall jackpot was worth a staggering €114,675,404 - and while nobody won the main prize, more than 70,000 players in Ireland did win something.

The numbers drawn were 3, 13, 20, 32 and 34. And the Lucky Stars are 4 and 11.

But someone in Ireland struck it rich in the EuroMillions Plus draw, winning the €500,000 jackpot.

The lucky digits are 1, 6, 32, 36 and 44. The National Lottery have confirmed that the winning ticket was sold in Dublin. And while they haven't confirmed the exact location just yet, we'll keep you posted when they do.

Meanwhile, the €5,000 winning Ireland only raffle numbers are:


The win comes a few days after a EuroMillions player in Carlow also won the EuroMillions Plus' jackpot.

The numbers for the EuroMillions Plus draw on Tuesday, November 12 were 5, 13, 22, 39 and 46.
The ticket was sold at O’Toole’s Service station on the Bunclody Road in Tullow - and it was sold days after they sold a winning National Lottery scratch card prize worth €200,000.

Joe O'Toole, owner of the filling station, said: "Genuinely, we are just thrilled for the winner and we are desperately hoping that it is a deserving person from the area.

"We have a very loyal group of local customers who keep the business alive, so we’ll be throwing a huge party in the store today and I’m encouraging anybody in the area to come down to the shop to enjoy the celebrations and of course to check their tickets to see if they are €500,000 richer," he added.