Irish Lotto LIVE: Mega €16.5m jackpot as one lucky punter could become third biggest Lotto multi-millionaire in history
Tonight's Irish Lotto draw will see a mega jackpot worth €16.5m up for grabs. A single winner could become the third biggest Lottos multi-millionaire in the history of the game in Ireland. The last time a Lottery jack pot exceeded €15m was in October 2010. EuroMillions community is planning a guaranteed mega draw on Friday, September 24 which will bring a €130m jackppot. Since the L Lottery game was launched in 1988, only five jackpots in excess of € 15m have been won.
The jackpot for tonight's Lotto draw is estimated at €15.5 million. The current three-month long jackpots roll has been going on since Wednesday 9th June. Since 1988, over 1,700 Lottos have been won by players throughout the country. Experts say the system is among the best around for chances to win the top prize. The Irish lottery system needs to look at its prize structures. It is easier to get a prize on the internet. A cardschat spokesperson said the lottery needs high rewards for those with winning numbers that don't make the jack pot.
Tonight's Lotto jackpot is €15 million. 30 players missed out on a life-altering windfall by matching five numbers. Poker, gaming and chances experts say the prize money for matching 5 numbers should be more than doubled. There is no winner of the € 15 million jack pot. The lucky numbers drawn tonight were 1, 2, 9, 13, 21, 34, and bonus 47. The Lottos Plus 1 draw was worth €1 million and the Plus 2 draw worth€250,000. A couple from Waterford won €16,717,700 in 2010 and a Dublin man won €18,963,441 in 2008.
The jackpot for tonight's Lotto draw is estimated at €15.5 million. The current three-month long jackpots roll has been going on since Wednesday 9th June. Since 1988, over 1,700 Lottos have been won by players in Ireland. Experts say the Irish lottery system is among the best around for chances to win the top prize. The chances of winning the Lettuce are around one in ten million, but it compares favourably with other lotteries across Europe. Online lottery players say it's better than the traditional one. They say that the National Lottery needs to look at its prize structures.