A LUCKY Telly Bingo player has just weeks to claim a prize worth €27,505.
The National Lottery is appealing to punters in the Ballyvolane area of Cork city to urgently check their tickets.
The top prize worth €27,505 from Friday’s May 26 draw remains unclaimed.
The winning ticket was purchased at Dunnes Stores in Ballyvolane Shopping Centre Cork City.
The player achieved a Fullhouse to scoop their share of the Snowball prize worth €27,505.
Ticketholders have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize which means that the Cork winner has just FOUR weeks left to claim their prize.
The claim deadline for this prize is close of business on Thursday, August 24.
A spokesperson said: “We are hoping to hear from a Telly Bingo player in Ballyvolane who scooped their share of a Snowball prize worth €27,505 in the Telly Bingo draw on the 26th of May.
“The winner purchased their ticket in Dunnes Stores in Ballyvolane Shopping Centre Cork City.
“As ticketholders have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize, the last date to claim this prize is Thursday 24th of August, so we are encouraging all our players who purchased their ticket in the Dunnes Stores to check their old tickets very carefully.”
“If you are the winner, please be sure to sign the back of your winning ticket and immediately contact our prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email mailto:[email protected] and we will make arrangements for you to claim your prize.”
Meanwhile, it was a weekend to remember for National Lottery players all over the country across Daily Million, EuroMillions and Lotto games.
A Daily Million player in Monaghan became the 22nd National Lottery millionaire of 2023 after scooping the top prize of €1million in the 9pm draw on Friday night.
The National Lottery will reveal the winning store location tomorrow, Tuesday, July 25.
An online player in Dublin was also celebrating on Friday night after matching five numbers and one lucky star in the EuroMillions draw to win €164,674.
Meanwhile, Saturday night’s Lotto draw saw another online player in Galway scoop €133,104 after matching five numbers and the bonus in the main draw.
The winning ticket was purchased using the recently launched Scheduled Play service in the National Lottery app.
The West of Ireland winner has now taken the title of largest winner to date using the new service.
With Scheduled Play, players can set up continuous play for 3, 6 or 12 months, and receive notifications of every draw in advance.
This service is designed to simplify lottery play and ensure that players never miss a draw.
A National Lottery spokesperson said: “What a weekend it was across National Lottery games!
“A Monaghan Daily Million player has now become Ireland’s newest millionaire while two online players in Dublin and Galway had plenty to celebrate after the EuroMillions and Lotto draws.
“The Galway Lotto winner scooped €133,104 after matching five numbers and the bonus in Saturday night’s draw.
“This is a record-breaking win as the winning ticket was purchased using our recently launched Scheduled Play service in our app.
“The service is available for Lotto and EuroMillions games in the National Lottery app and allows players to cancel or edit their play schedule at any time up to one draw in advance.
“It truly is a game-changer for our players as they can now enjoy continuous play without worrying about missing a draw or forgetting to purchase their ticket in time.”
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