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Win Your Dream Year with Lotto

Win Your Dream Year with Lotto

Have you ever stopped to imagine how great it would feel to live the life you've always dreamt of, asks NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Todd McLeay.

This October, 10 lucky Lotto players won't have to imagine any longer when their 'dream year' becomes a reality.

"Lotto is giving players the chance to live the life they want to for an entire year," says Mr McLeay. "That's 365 days of pure enjoyment."

Every Triple Dip purchased between 24 September and 7 October 2006 is in to win one of 10 Dream Year Packages*, comprising:

• $2,000 spending money each week for the entire year
• The lease of a luxury Audi A4 for the year, with:
• Petrol paid for the year
• A dream travel adventure of their choice worth $25,000
• Household bills paid for the year
• Home services for the year
• 20 events of your choice paid for

The 10 Lotto players who win one of these fabulous prize packages won't have to worry about bills, household chores, or petrol costs for an entire year. Instead they will spend their year attending concerts, performances and other live events, as well as travelling the world, and living a life of pure indulgence.

"The thought of being able to throw away the alarm clock and taking the time to enjoy life to the full is irresistible," said Mr McLeay.

The winners will be drawn on Saturday 7 October 2006. Results of the draw will be announced on the 9pm Lotto results broadcast and will be available from NZ Lotteries retail outlets or


* Terms and Conditions apply.

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