Three lucky Lotto players win $333,333

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Three Lotto players will be starting the month in style after each winning $333,333 with Lotto First Division in last night’s live Lotto draw.


The winning tickets were sold at Dawson Superette in Auckland, Balclutha New World in Balclutha and on MyLotto to a player from Horowhenua.


Powerball was not struck on Saturday night and has rolled over to Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $10 million.


Strike Four has also rolled over last night and will be $1 million on Wednesday night, meaning it will be a Must Be Won draw.  In a Strike Must Be Won draw, if no single ticket wins First Division, the prize pool is added to the next highest division with a winner.

13 Lotto players will be toasting a special win after each winning $21,584 with Lotto Second Division in Saturday night’s live Lotto draw.

Four lucky players also won Powerball Second Division, taking their total winnings to $26,135. The winning Powerball Second Division ticket were sold at Waitara Post & Lotto in Waitara, Four Square Riverview in Whanganui and on MyLotto to players from Wellington and Ashburton.

The winning Second Division tickets were sold at Orewa Lotto Plus – Orewa, Pak N Save Silverdale – Silverdale, Newton Pharmacy – Auckland, MyLotto – Waitakere, Waitara Post & Lotto (+PB) – Waitara, Four Square Riverview (+PB) – Whanganui, MyLotto (+PB) – Wellington, MyLotto - South Wairarapa, Countdown Amberley – Amberley, MyLotto - Christchurch City, Wainoni Foodmarket – Christchurch, MyLotto (+PB) – Ashburton, and Alexandra New World – Alexandra.

Anyone who bought their ticket from any of the above winning stores should write their name on the back and check their ticket at any Lotto NZ outlet, online at or through the Lotto NZ App.

With 100 per cent of Lotto NZ’s profits thousands of great causes each year, every time you play one of Lotto NZ’s games, you’re a Kiwi helping other Kiwis. 

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