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01 Oct 2022

Countdown on to massive life-changing lottery jackpot

Countdown on to  massive life-changing lottery jackpot

Countdown on to massive life-changing lottery jackpot

A life-changing lottery jackpots is on offer tonight.

Tonight’s highly anticipated record Lotto draw remains capped at €19,060,800.

As the jackpot is now capped, this means that no additional money will be added to the jackpot prize until it is won.

The funds that would normally go to the jackpot will now be distributed to the next lower prize tier at which there are winners which means that we are set to see even bigger winners at a lower tier.

The National Lottery estimate that approximately €1.2 million in additional prize money will now flow down to the next prize tier where there is a winner. This prize boost will be in addition to the normal tier prize for this category.

The Lotto jackpot has been rolling since Wednesday, June 9 with players hoping to scoop €19.06 million and become the biggest jackpot winner in the history of the game in Ireland.

A National Lottery spokesperson said: “As the week continues, the excitement levels in Lotto HQ have really grown and we can see that the same is true for our players all over the country! The cut-off time for sales for Lotto tickets is at 7.45pm this evening.

"We are urging players to purchase their tickets early ahead of the draws as we are expecting an increase in sales as the draw time get closer. Don’t forget that tickets can be purchased in-store, through the National Lottery app or at www.lottery.ie.”

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