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Lotto Winners Celebrate Spring with $25,000

01 September 2008

Dozen Second Division Lotto Winners Celebrate Spring with $25,000

A dozen lucky Second Division Lotto winners from around the country will be celebrating the arrival of spring with an extra $25,647 in their bank, says NZ Lotteries' Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.

The winning tickets, each worth $25,647, were sold in Auckland, Waitakere, Tauranga, Waiuku, Mt Maunganui, Napier, Palmerston North, Feilding, Palmerston North, Upper Hutt, Wellington, Blenheim and Wanaka.

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

Store Location Mt Wellington Lotto AUCKLAND West City Lotto WAITAKERE Cherrywood Bookshop TAURANGA New World Waiuku WAIUKU Johns @ Palm Beach Plaza Pharmacy MT MAUNGANUI Napier City Pak N Save NAPIER Radius Pharmacy Awapuni PALMERSTON NORTH Feilding Video Centre FEILDING Countdown Upper Hutt UPPER HUTT Cambridge Terrace Lotto Shop WELLINGTON Fresh Choice Springlands BLENHEIM Wanaka Paper Plus WANAKA

"Anyone who bought their ticket from any of these winning stores should write their name on the back of the ticket and check it immediately at any NZ Lotteries' outlet," Mr McLeay says.

Meanwhile, Jackpotting Lotto, Powerball and Strike prizes means there is a massive $15.5 million in prizes up for grabs next weekend.

We are also in the final week of Lotto's Father's Day promotion. All players who purchase a Lotto Triple Dip between Sunday 24 August and Saturday 6 September 2008 are in with a chance to win one of ten HSV supercars or ten Harley Davidson Fatboy motorcycles.


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