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Lucky Thirteen Win $20,000 On Lotto

18 December 2006

Lucky Thirteen Win $20,000 On Lotto Second Division

Thirteen lucky Lotto players will have a bit of extra cash to play around with before Christmas after each winning $20,245 in Lotto Second Division this weekend, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.

The weekend's winning tickets were sold in Auckland (5), Hamilton, Hastings, Palmerston North, Paraparaumu, Waikanae, Nelson, Christchurch and Invercargill.

"What another great reason for our winners to celebrate this Christmas," said Mr McLeay.

The Second Division winning tickets were purchased at the following stores:

Store Location BP Tiverton Auckland Botany Downs Pak N Save – Lotto Auckland Whitcoulls Botany Downs Auckland Alfriston Dairy Auckland Hobsonville Superette & Lotto Auckland Countdown Hamilton Lotto Kiosk Hamilton Hughes & Smyth Pharmacy Hastings Inner City Post & Lotto Palmerston North Take Note Waikanae Waikanae Kapiti Pak N Save Lotto Kiosk Paraparaumu Victory Four Square Nelson Countdown Church Corner Lotto Kiosk Christchurch Pak N Save Invercargill Invercargill

"Players who have purchased their tickets in any of the above outlets should get their tickets checked," says Mr McLeay.

He also recommends that all players write their name and address on the back of their ticket.


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