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Lotto Winners In Kaitaia, Auckland and Wellington

Three lucky players in Kaitaia, Auckland and Wellington have each won Lotto First Division prizes of $333,333 tonight, says NZ Lotteries’ Acting Chief Executive, Warren Salisbury.

“The Strike Four prize pool has been jackpotting since 7 January 2012, and this is only the fifth time the Strike jackpot has topped $1 million in its history,” says Mr Salisbury.

The winning Lotto First Division tickets were sold at Paper Plus in Kaitaia, Wyvern Dairy in Parnell, Auckland and Pak’n’Save Kilbirnie in Wellington.

Meanwhile, Lotto Powerball jackpotted, meaning it will be an estimated $12.5 million next week.

Strike Four was not struck and jackpots for the seventh week in a row to an estimated huge $1.5 million next week

Meanwhile, Kane from Levin spun Lotto’s Winning Wheel on behalf of his mum Leonelle and won $100,000 Travel Prize at the live draw in Wellington this evening.

Tonight’s Winning Wheel ticket was bought at Take Note in Pukekohe. The serial number is 361-62614275-20XX.

“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 immediately at any Lotto outlet."

All Lotto players are automatically in the draw to win the opportunity to spin Lotto’s Winning Wheel, regardless of the type of ticket they buy.


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