A Jackpot is a life-changing experience and you can’t afford to miss it. Interestingly there is a player in Ireland who experienced Unbelievable fail to claim EuroMillions jackpot of €1 million. Further, every player should make it a point to keep a track of the draw. Players get enough time to check their tickets and further claim their prize. It is unfortunate that the player has not come up to claim his or her prize. This is not the first time that a person from Europe is failing to claim the prize. In the recent years, it is further happening quite often.
EuroMillions Raffle provides an amazing opportunity
And now for some better news than this really unbelievable fail to claim EuroMillions jackpot. The EuroMillions draw takes place on Tuesdays as well as Fridays. They have a great record of creating Millionaires from different parts of Europe. EuroMillions further has a physical existence in 9 different countries in Europe. You can also play the draw through online lottery concierge services. Today with the advent of online lotteries people further have options to play draws from different regions around the world.
Participate in EuroMillions Jackpot tonight
Tonight the EuroMillions draw is further offering €57 Million while the EuroJackpot is providing a staggering amount of €90 Million. You still have enough opportunity to take part in any of the draws tonight. Having saved numbers can further prove to be useful for you. Make sure you focus on the long overdue numbers before you create a perfect combination. The Irish player who missed out on the EuroMillions raffle prize of €1 million had purchased the ticket from Eason. It was further purchased on 23rd February from Wilton Shopping center.
Don’t forget to follow the draws and claim your prize
Lottery officials were pleading and further asking every player to check their tickets. It is now a defunct ticket and the player does not have any chance of claiming his winning amount. The winning amount of €1 million will now be used to fund different projects in Europe.
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