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$4.6 Million Ultimate Lifestyle Remains Unclaimed

11 May 2006

Big Wednesday $4.6 Million Ultimate Lifestyle Remains Unclaimed

The third winning Big Wednesday First Division ticket, worth a whopping $4.6 million, is still to be claimed, says NZ Lotteries Deputy Chief Executive Warren Salisbury.

Mr Salisbury says the lucky player, or players, who bought a ticket at New World in Whangamata, and won $3 million cash and luxury prizes, are still to claim their prize.

The prize is the third Big Wednesday First Division prize to be won, and is the second to go to the Coromandel. A ticket sold at Martina Four Square in Thames won more than $13 million in cash and luxury prizes in February, and a ticket from Grey Lynn Stationers in Auckland won just over $4 million in March.

Mr Salisbury says whoever has the winning Big Wednesday prize ticket should immediately write their name on the back of the ticket, keep it in a safe place and contact NZ Lotteries Wellington office.

"We'd like to meet them so that we can talk them through their win and provide them with any advice they require. They are about to begin living the ultimate lifestyle, and we want it to begin in the best way possible." The number is 04 802 7000.

The Big Wednesday First Division winner has won:

- $3,063,729; - Porsche 911 Carrera; - Range Rover Vogue V8; - $50,000 worth of luxury travel every year for five years; - $250,000 American Express Platinum card; - Mustang luxury launch; and a - $500,000 holiday home.

"The Big Wednesday winner will never have to look at a price tag again. They'll be able to travel the globe using their luxury travel prize. They'll also have $3 million in the bank and a Porsche and Range Rover in the garage, not to mention a luxury launch in the boat harbour and a holiday home to enjoy.


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