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Lottery urges players to check tickets as one day left to claim prize worth more than €800k

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Clodagh Meaney

The National Lottery have urged Dublin players to check their tickets as prizes worth almost 900,000 have gone unclaimed from two winning tickets from October.

The first winning ticket a National Lottery ticket from Saturday 2nd October as one lucky player is yet to come forward to claim a Match 5+Bonus prize worth €826,392.

Ticket holders have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize which means that the winner has just one day left to claim their prize as the claim deadline for this prize is close of business tomorrow, Friday 31st December.

The winning Quick Pick ticket was sold on the day of the draw at the Spar shop on Newtown Park Avenue in Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

“We are eager to hear from the South Dublin Lotto player who won the incredible amount of €826,392 after matching five numbers and the bonus in the Saturday 2nd October draw," A National Lottery spokesperson said.

"Tomorrow is the final date for claiming so we are appealing to any of our players who may have purchased their ticket at the Spar shop on Newtown Park Avenue in Blackrock for the 2nd October draw to urgently check their old tickets. "

"There is a player out there who has a ticket worth €826,392.”

Meanwhile, they continue to appeal to EuroMillions players in the Dublin 1 area to check their tickets from Friday 15th October as a Match 5 prize worth €33,932 remains unclaimed.

The winning Quick Pick ticket was purchased on the day of the draw at Dunnes Stores in the Ilac Centre on Henry Street in Dublin 1.

There is just two weeks left to claim this prize as the claim deadline is close of business on Thursday 13th January.

“If you are either of these lucky winners, please be sure to sign the back of your winning tickets and immediately contact our prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email," the spokesperson continued.

"We will make arrangements for you to claim your prize.”

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