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The Shop Which Sold The Lucky Euromillions Ticket Was In Dublin

By katedemolder

January 27, 2017 at 9:40am

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The National Lottery has confirmed which shop sold its lucky Euromillions ticket, and according to Independent.ie the ticket was sold in an Applegreen station on the M1 in Lusk, County Dublin.

The past few days have sent the shops of Ireland into a frenzy, thinking they all could have been the sellers of the golden ticket - but it was the Applegreen in Lusk that took the top spot. 

The exact prize the ticket won this weekend was €88,587,275. 

To celebrate the fantastic win, the store on the M1 Northbound will be reducing the cost of Petrol and Diesel to just 88.5c per litre this morning.

Great news all 'round!

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