One lucky player from Ireland became a millionaire overnight after the Irish Lotto draw that was conducted on Wednesday night.
The Irish Lotto draw took place on Wednesday, February 1st, 2023 and the winning numbers that were drawn in the Lotto Plus 1 draw were 04, 06, 14, 28, 37, 46 and 17 was the bonus number.
The lucky player purchased their winning ticket for the drawing on Wednesday night online. The Dublin player was able to land the top prize in the Lotto Plus 1 draw of €1 million.
The newest millionaire in Ireland has now become the 5th one to have been made a millionaire in 2023 via the National Lottery games.
However, the player from Dublin has not yet come forward to claim their substantial prize and were asked to get in touch with the National Lottery for claiming their winnings right away.
There was another winner who landed a prize in Wednesday night’s drawing, but in the Lotto Plus 2 draw.
The player was able to win the top prize in the Lotto Plus 2 draw, which is an impressive €250,000. The National Lottery disclosed that the lucky winner also hails from Ranelagh in Dublin.
The lucky punter had bought the winning ticket on the day of the draw and it was a Quick Pick that was purchased in SuperValu, Ranelagh, Dublin.
According to the National Lottery, the winner of the €250,000 had already come forward to claim their prize and they were not making arrangements for processing the claim.
The main draw
Unfortunately, the main Irish lotto draw on Wednesday night did not see anyone win the impressive jackpot of €2,759,603.
This means that the jackpot for the next Irish Lotto drawing will now roll over to reach €3 million. The next draw is scheduled for Saturday, February 4th, 2023.
There were a total of 63,000 players who were able to win prizes in the Lotto as well as the Lotto Plus draws on Wednesday night.
National Lottery bosses have appealed to lottery players in Dublin to check their tickets to see if they are the winners of the Lotto Plus 1 prize of €1 million.
The lucky winner has also been advised to get in touch with the claims team of the National Lottery via email, or via phone.