The lottery has changed dramatically since it was launched in the 1960s and 70s, with the number of winners in recent years falling and the number capped at 1,500.
It’s the largest lottery in the world and a way to bring together people from all over the world.
It is not open to those over the age of 18.
What to do and when to play There are no entry requirements, but you must have a ticket, with a valid driver’s licence, passport or driving licence from a different country.
You can play the game between 6.30pm on Thursday and 7pm on Saturday.
The winners will receive a cheque for €200, the cash prize is €200 and a trip to Dublin.
What you’ll need to know to enter The lottery is held at a location in the centre of Dublin, in the main shopping street of Dublin Street, just behind the Big Ben.
The draw is held on Thursday, December 13, 2019, at 7pm, while the lottery will be held on Saturday, December 14, 2019.
Where to play on Rhone Island: The lottery draws will be on Thursday at 7:30pm and Saturday at 9pm.
There are also a number of other events in the area.
Where you should play The draw takes place at the main square of Dublin.
It can take anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour for you to get in.
In Dublin Street there are lots of bars, restaurants and cafes, so you’ll have a good chance of finding a place to play.
How to get into the draw How to enter the lottery The lottery will run from 7pm to 9pm on December 13.
There will be a ticket in hand, and you’ll then have 30 minutes to enter.
If you win the lottery, the cheque will be sent to you within 10 minutes of your ticket being placed.
The winner will receive €200.
Where can I play?
The draw for the lottery is on Thursday the 13th, and the drawing will take place at 7.30 pm on Saturday the 14th.
The main shopping area of Dublin will be closed on Saturday from 8am to 6pm.
Where do I get my ticket?
There are four different ways to get your ticket.
There’s a single-use ticket for €20, which is available from all retailers.
You’ll have to show a ticket to prove that you’re the winner.
There is also a reusable ticket which can be used at a hotel, or even in a car.
If your ticket is returned to you, it will cost €10.
How do I win?
To win, you have to go to the lottery at the address you provided in your entry form, and prove that your ticket was the winner in a separate form.
If the ticket was not the winner, you’ll get a refund.
Where will the cash go?
The cash prize of €200 will be distributed among all the winners, and it will go to charity.
You must also bring your passport, or a valid passport, driving licence or driving license from a country other than Ireland.
Who can play?
Everyone over 18 can play, regardless of nationality.
Anyone who has never played before can enter the drawing.
If a child is eligible, you must be over the 18-years-old and not a resident of Ireland.
If anyone under the age or legal age of 17 is not eligible, they will have to provide a valid birth certificate.
If they don’t have a valid certificate, they can apply to the Lottery Commission for a passport.
If that application is approved, they’ll be allowed to play for free.
Where should I park?
Parking is free, and all cars are permitted to park on Dublin Street.
You should park outside Dublin Street at the following times: from 6.45pm to 6.60pm and 8.30am to 9.30 am on the following days.
Where I live?
You must have an Irish passport, valid Irish driving licence, valid driver licence from Ireland, a valid student or student undertaking a course in Ireland and a valid travel document.
There may be other requirements for entry, but the rules are the same as for entry into the lottery.
The lottery closes at 11.59pm on the Sunday following the drawing, so don’t forget to check your ticket or registration.
How much does it cost to play?
There is a maximum prize of £100, which will be split equally between the top three winners.
There aren’t any limits on how much you can win.
You cannot play for less than £20 per person, so the top prize is the minimum that’s required to win.
Who should I contact if I’m having difficulty to get my tickets?
If you’re having difficulty getting your tickets, you can call the lottery line on the day of the draw, or you can visit www.thelottery.ie/covid-19.
If there’s any problems with your tickets or you’re unsure how to enter, you should contact