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Lotto's Biggest Christmas Ever

3 December 2004

Lotto's Biggest Christmas Ever

"Lotto is having its biggest Christmas ever with more than $2.5 million worth of extra prizes up for grabs in our Mega Christmas promotion, as well as two bonus mid week draws" announced Trevor Hall, Chief Executive of New Zealand Lotteries Commission.

"We asked our customers what they would most like to win for Christmas, and then we tried to match everyone's wish list," said Mr Hall.

The amazing array of prizes includes: 1 x Kiwi Bach (worth $500,000)* 2 x Ford Escapes towing Haines Hunter boats 3 x Mercedes-Benz 4 x Tours of Europe 5 x Audi A4 Cabriolets 6 x Caribbean Cruises 7 x Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolets 8 x wads of $50,000 cash 9 x SONY entertainment systems 10 x $20,000 shopping sprees

All customers need to do to be in to win is to buy a Triple Dip between 5 December and 24 December 2004. The 55 lucky winners will be announced on Christmas Day, Saturday 25 December, on the 8pm Lotto Draw on TV2.

The two extra mid week draws on Wednesday 15 December, and Wednesday 22 December 2004, will be exact replicas of the Saturday Lotto draw. Both Wednesday draws will air on TV2 at 8pm.

"These draws will give customers two extra chances to win with Lotto, Strike, Powerball, Lotto's Winning Wheel and the Mega Christmas promotion," said Mr Hall.

For official Lotto results, please visit or your local Lotto store.

* This prize comprises $500,000 to be spent on a bach in any location in New Zealand.


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