Urgent Lotto warning as 'extra special' prize up for grabs in leap year draw

IRISH people have just hours left to get their tickets for an “extra special” EuroDreams draw.

It's an exciting new draw-based game that offers an annual top prize of €20,000 every month for 30 years.


Players don't have long to get their tickets

Tickets for the new game cost €2.50 and can be purchased every Monday and Thursday evening before the 7.30pm closing date for the draw.

Tonight's extra-special EuroDreams Leap Day draw guarantees that at least one player in Ireland will win the €2,000 Tier 2 prize every month for five years.

The EuroDreams game, the first annuity game of its kind in Ireland, is a joint venture with the Irish National Lottery and seven other European countries.

Players choose six main numbers from 1-40 and one bonus number (the so-called “Dream” number) from 1-5 to create their combination.

Ahead of Thursday's special EuroDreams draw, a spokesperson said: “Tonight, one player in Ireland is guaranteed to win a unique annuity prize of €2,000 every month for five years.

“Unlike other lottery games, EuroDreams top prizes are annuity prizes and are paid out in tax-free monthly payments.

“We advise players planning to enter tonight's draw to purchase their tickets before the draw tonight at 7.30pm.”

Last week, a newlywed accountant was among a 32-strong carpentry syndicate that took home a €1 million Lotto prize.

Nuala Power told the Irish Sun how she was on her honeymoon in Barbados when she got the call about the windfall.

The 53-year-old mother of two looks after the payroll at Ballingly Joinery in Co Wexford.

We thought we had only won £2.60, but when we checked the bill again it said we had scored a EuroMillions jackpot of £61 million

About 32 company employees participate in a Lotto syndicate that has existed for about five years.

And the Lotto-playing group, made up mainly of carpenters, couldn't stop smiling today as they received a check for €1,000,500.

Among the workers popping champagne corks at Lotto's headquarters in Dublin was newlywed Nuala.

Nuala told the Irish Sun: “It's certainly a nice gift to come home from honeymoon!

“I was on my honeymoon in Barbados when I got a call from my boss confirming that we had won.

“It was 6:10 am and I was so happy when I got the call, even though it was so early in the morning because of the time difference.

“I was like, 'oh my God, oh my God!'

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