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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Celine Jassin, a Dubai-based French expat won Dhs20 million in the Abu Dhabi Big Ticket raffle draw on Saturday. Jassin bought the winning ticket online with the number 176528 on Aug.13.
It is believed that Jassin is the first national to win a prize with Big Ticket.The French national questioned the authenticity of the Big Ticket host after answering the call.
It was revealed that Jassin only purchased the ticket second time.
Junelito Borja of Philippines won Dhs 1,000,000. Jayakumar Vasupillai from India won Dhs 100,000 and Ayaz Mohammed from Pakistan won Dhs50,000.
Indian national Ajay Bhatia won Maserati Ghibli Hybrid GT.
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 prize’s of up to 20 Million Dirham.”
Big Ticket Abu Dhabi wrote on Facebook, “Congratulations to Rasika Jds, from Sri Lanka, with winning ticket no. 213288. He won AED 15 Million in The Fantastic 15 Million series 228.”
Safwan Abdulkader Nizameddin is a resident of the emirate of Abu Dhabi, who purchased the ticket 011830.
The UAE based Rashid bought the ticket from the store. His ticket number was 037909.
Big Ticket is surprising its loyal customers by giving them a Second Chance to become a millionaire. Big Ticket wants to take a moment to recognise those loyal customers who have dedicated their time to Big Ticket throughout 2021 and offer ten lucky winners a Second Chance to win a cash prize.
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