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Ireland's first Lotto jackpot winner was lucky Donegal woman Brigid McGrath, from Letterkenny, who scooped PS147,059.
The jackpot has been rolling since it was last won at $42 million on October 13; that prize was shared by winners in Michigan and Rhode Island.
Thunderball: 07, 08, 11, 19, 28, with the Thunderball 10 (there was one pounds 500k jackpot winner).
If the cash option is chosen, the winner will receive a lump sum of roughly half the jackpot amount, or about $57 million, according to lottery officials.
Jackpot Rewards has just completed its first year in business and is celebrating the fact that its members can save 28%, on average, by shopping through their exclusive shopping mall at www.
2) Sabrina Medina, 28, left, pauses at a San Fernando 7-Eleven on Tuesday as she thinks of what she would do with $100 million if she wins the big jackpot.
At the time of going to press, the gambling jackpot stood at a mind-boggling $4,288,803 and new slots players around the world were opening accounts to test their luck.
ULJyEYbivf0) MSNBC reports that the $425 million jackpot estimate could even be low, as hordes of people head out to buy tickets in light of the mega-jackpot amount, though a $425 million jackpot is the accepted educated guess as of Sunday.
SACRAMENTO - California Lottery officials voted Tuesday to link their languishing operation to the multistate Mega Millions, ensuring unprecedented lotto fever with the prospect of half-billion-dollar jackpots.
Despite winning the jackpot, White will continue in her position at the bank, though $1 million will provide her with a new level of financial freedom.
The California Lottery was initiated in 1985, and since then 15 jackpot prizes have gone unclaimed.
The MEGA Millions jackpot is currently at $122 million and the SuperLOTTO Plus jackpot is at $65 million.