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Six Cars won in Mother's Day promo still unclaimed

Six Mercedes Benz SLK 280s Won in Lotto's Mother's Day Promotion Still to be Claimed.

Six lucky Triple Dip players are still to claim the Mercedes Benz SLK 280 they won in Lotto's Mother's Day Promotion, NZ Lotteries Deputy Chief Executive Warren Salisbury said today.

"Everyone who purchased a Triple Dip ticket between April 30 and May 13, would have received a voucher entering them into the Mother's Day promotion, players need to check these vouchers carefully as they may be the proud owner of a Mercedes Benz SLK 280 and not know it," says Mr Salisbury.

Prizes are still to be claimed in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Te Puke, Hawera, and Dunedin. The winning voucher numbers and locations are:

Voucher Number Store Location

380246 Mt Wellington Lotto Auckland
591811 Foodtown Hamilton Hamilton
677237 Bethlehem Four Square & Lotto Tauranga
830451 Buyrite Four Square & Lotto Te Puke
224673 Loveridges Lotto & Video Hawera
50254 Caversham Foodmarket & Lotto Dunedin

The Mercedes-Benz SLK 280 features a new generation 6-cylinder engine, 7-speed automatic transmission, full leather interior, parking sensors, climate control and a heating system that allows the roof to remain down but passengers to keep warm.

Four lucky players from Auckland, Turangi, New Plymouth and Gore have claimed their cars.


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