Nina Elmina Sanchez, the grand prize winner, said: “I have been in the UAE for a year only and the last thing I expected was to be become a millionaire. What a great start for 2021, thank you Al Ansari Exchange for giving me this opportunity and changing my life.”
Kanakaraja, who hails from Tamil Nadu and has been a resident of Ajman for 27 years, was emotional after learning that the ticket which he purchased on Feb. 21, 2020, under his son’s name gave him the surprise of a lifetime.
Mr. Paraparambil George Varghese became the latest US$1 million winner in Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire in Series 328 with ticket number 1017.
A member of the ATP Global Tournament Council since 2010, Tahlak is the first and only Arab national to be re-elected for four consecutive terms.
An Abu Dhabi resident for 25 years, Martis ran his own software company in Abu Dhabi and regularly buys his ticket online and always choose his lucky number “666.”
Ajith Narendran, a 47 year old Indian national based in Abu Dubai joined the list of $1 million winners when his ticket number 2657 in Series 329 that he purchased online was drawn on Wednesday.
The 13th Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby was run behind closed doors last week at the Curragh Racecourse (Kildare, Ireland) in what was the 155th running of the world-famous race.
The New Year began on a high note for Dubai Duty Free (DDF) with the operation announcing record annual sales of Dhs7.406 billion ($2.029 billion) for 2019.
A resident of Abu Dhabi for over 6 years, Mr. Ramees Rahman, a 31-year-old Indian national based in Abu Dhabi has been participating in the Dubai Duty Free promotions for a year now and bought the winning ticket no. 1319 online in Series 323 under his son’s name.
An Indian school principal in Ajman became the latest winner of $1 million in the Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire and Finest Surprise draw held on Wednesday in Terminal 2 of Dubai International Airport.