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An Indian national, Sanoop Sunil, has hit the Dhs15 million Big Ticket jackpot in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
Sanoop Sunil bought the winning ticket online on July 13. His ticket number is 183947.
The Big Ticket host Richard made several phone calls to Sanoop but there was no answer from his side.
It was learnt Big Ticket would try calling Sanoop later.
Big Ticket Abu Dhabi wrote on Facebook, "Congratulations to Sanoop Sunil, from India, with winning ticket no. 183947. He won Dhs15 Million in The Fantastic 15 Million series 230."
Apart from Sanoop Sunil, 9 others won prize money between Dhs1 million to Dhs50,000 in the raffle draw.
The Big Ticket, the longest-running and biggest raffle draw in the UAE, is hosted at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Ain Airport and online at www.bigticket.ae
The raffle draw said, “What started out with a million-dirham cash prize, gradually grew over the years and now on Big Ticket’s 29th year, we’re giving away grand prizes of up to 20 million dirhams.”
The raffle draw guarantees cash prizes that vary from month to month with Big Ticket giving away a minimum of Dhs10 million up to our biggest jackpot of Dhs20 million.
Krishnappa, who lives in Sharjah, bought the ticket on February 17. His ticket number was 202511
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