Lotto player wins $1 million Strike Four jackpot

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A lucky Strike player from Havelock North will have a weekend to remember after winning $1 million with Strike Four in Saturday night’s live Lotto draw.
The winning Strike ticket was sold at Paper Plus Select Havelock North.
Three Lotto players will also be celebrating today after each winning $333,333 with Lotto First Division. The winning Lotto First Division tickets were sold at Pharmacy Plus Papakura in Auckland, Four Square Newfield in Invercargill and online at MyLotto to a player from Canterbury.
Powerball was not struck last night and has rolled over to Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $12 million.
Meanwhile, in Saturday night’s Bullseye Must Be Won Draw, the $400,000 jackpot rolled down to Division Two and was won by a single player who takes home $410,001. The winning ticket was sold on MyLotto to a player from Wellington.
Thirteen Lotto players will be celebrating after each winning $22,988 with Lotto Second Division in Saturday night’s live Lotto draw.
One lucky player also won Powerball Second Division, taking their total winnings to $42,533. The winning Powerball Second Division ticket was sold on MyLotto to a player from Auckland.
The winning Second Division tickets were sold at Waipapa Dairy – Waipapa, McKinnon Street Superette – Auckland, Countdown Manukau City Mall - Auckland, Leabank Superette – Auckland, MyLotto (x3) (+PB) – Auckland, MyLotto (x3) – Wellington, Pak N Save Richmond – Nelson, New World Rolleston – Rolleston, and MyLotto – Canterbury.
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Anyone who bought their ticket from any of the above winning stores should write their name on the back of the ticket and check it at any Lotto NZ outlet, online at or through the Lotto NZ App.
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