A Tipperary man who bought a EuroMillions plus ticket for last Friday's draw in Walsh’s Daybreak Store on the Cork Road, Waterford, when he was passing through the city on Friday night was one of the draw's big winners!
He was one of an astonishing nine players who claimed a total of €3.4 million in EuroMillions, Lotto, scratch card and TellyBingo prizes as the nation was battening down the hatches ahead of expected treacherous weather conditions.
The lucky Tipperary man hasn't gone public with his win just yet, but he has told the National Lottery that he plans to buy a house with his windfall but said he won’t be telling too many people about his good fortune yet.
This fabulous win is the second story of good fortune for Tipperary Euromillions players in the last week following a €500,000 winning ticket sold in Bergin's Foodfair in Clonmel. The Tipperary player claimed their EuroMillions Plus top prizes of €500,000 from last Friday’s draw, today (Tuesday).
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