Four Lotto players share $1 million

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Four Lotto players will be celebrating after each winning $250,000 with Lotto First Division in Saturday night’s live Lotto draw.

 

The winning tickets were sold on MyLotto to players from Auckland, Marlborough and Southland, and at Roscommon Superette in Auckland.

 

Powerball was not struck last night and has rolled over to Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $5 million.

 

Strike Four was also won on Saturday night by a player from Auckland, who took home $300,000. The winning Strike ticket was sold at New World Papakura in Papakura.

 

Thirteen lucky Lotto players will be enjoying a boost to their bank account after each winning $17,602 with Lotto Second Division in Saturday night's Lotto draw. 

 

The winning Second Division tickets were sold at MyLotto – Auckland, Fresh Choice Mangere Bridge – Auckland, Mangere East Post & More – Auckland, Airport Oaks Pharmacy – Auckland, Airport Oaks Pharmacy – Auckland, MyLotto – Waikato, Paper Plus Taumarunui – Taumarunui, Westend Dairy & Post Shop – Rotorua, MyLotto – Taranaki, Coastlands Lotto – Paraparaumu, MyLotto – Nelson, MyLotto – Canterbury, and MyLotto – Canterbury.

 

Anyone who bought their ticket from the above winning stores should check their ticket at any Lotto outlet, online at MyLotto.co.nz or through the Lotto NZ App.

 

At Alert Level 2, all of the Lotto retail stores are able to re-open, with extra health and safety measures in place to keep customers safe.

The claim period for winning paper tickets that expired during the lockdown has been extended, so lucky players won’t miss out on their prizes.

This applies to Lotto/Powerball, Strike, Keno, Bullseye and Instant Kiwi tickets bought in retail stores that expired between March 26 2020 and May 13 2020. Players have until June 4 2020 to claim these prizes.

 

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