Saturday's Irish Lottery Number Error
In lottery draws every step is taken to avoid mistakes occurring however a number issue happened in Saturday’s draw. The issue came in the Saturday Lotto Plus 2 and Lotto 5-4-3-2-1 Plus 2 draw in which the number nine was drawn however it was announced as the number six instead. This Saturday Irish Lottery number error is a rare occurrence therefore steps have been put into place to make sure you, the player, doesn’t lose out.
The numbers drawn from the machine for these two games in question were 3, 9, 23, 39, 40, 42 and the Bonus Ball was 10. There were no issues with the balls being drawn it was only in the announcement when the number nine was mistaken as the number six, which was due to a misprint of the number nine ball.
As this is a rarity in this lottery if you have Lotto Plus 2 tickets or Lotto 5-4-3-2-1 Plus 2 tickets with either the number nine printed or number six then you will receive a prize, providing you match a winning combination. Therefore check your tickets from this game and if you have matched a minimum of three numbers in the Lotto Plus 2 game or have a winning ticket for the Lotto 5-4-3-2-1 Plus 2 game, with either the number nine or six, make sure you claim your prize as soon as possible.
All mid-week Irish Lottery draws will take place as usual tonight and the latest results from the main draw will be available to view online on the Irish Lottery results page shortly after draw has taken place.
10th April 2013