First EuroDreams Draw Brings Second Prize to Irish Player
The first-ever EuroDreams draw brought the second-tier prize offered by the lottery to an Irish player. The jackpot was won by two players from France.
The Monday draw held on November 6th brought prizes to over 1.6 million EuroDreams participants. The winning numbers were 25, 14, 13, 30, 10, 35, with the Dream Number being 5. Two players from France managed to match all seven winning numbers and will take home €20,000 per month for a period of 30 years. The exact location of where the tickets were purchased is unknown at the moment. The players will have 60 days to come forward and claim their prize.
One player from Ireland matched the six main numbers without the Dream Number and won €2,000 per month for the next five years. It has been confirmed by the lottery officials that the winning ticket was purchased online, in Dublin. A spokesperson for the Irish Lottery said:
“What a way to start the week! An online player in Dublin had a truly memorable Monday night after becoming the biggest winner in Ireland in the first-ever EuroDreams draw.”
The lucky winner will have to claim their prizes within 90 days from the draw date.
How does it work?
EuroDreams is an European annuity-type lottery held across eight participating countries: Ireland, Austria, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland. The game is aimed at young players with ages between 18-35 years.
EuroDreams has six prize tiers and the smallest prize offered is €2.50 for matching two main numbers. You can explore the rest of the prizes along with your odds of winning them on this page.
In order to enter, you must select six numbers from 1 to 40, plus one Dream Number between 1 and 5.
Drawings take place twice a week in France, on Monday and Thursday evenings at 20:00 UK time (21:00 local time in Paris). The price of a ticket is €2.50 per play.
If you’re between 18-35 years old and dream of having a monthly source of income, make sure you enter the next draw for a chance to play.
Written by Bianca-Andreea Pârvu, 7th November 2023