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Lotto Winners For 20 September 2003

Lotto Winners For 20 September 2003

The winning Lotto numbers for Draw 846 on Saturday 20 September 2003, the week after New Zealand’s biggest lottery prize ever of $19 million was claimed by 14 players (see attachment), were 14, 16, 25, 27, 35 and 40. The bonus numbers were 38 and 30. The Strike numbers were 14, 27, 40 and 25. The Powerball number was 7.

The Guaranteed Millionaire bought their ticket at Clendon Paper Power, Auckland.

There were 2 other Division 1 winners who each won $250,000. They bought their tickets at Fresh Choice, Westport and Pakuranga Lotto, Auckland.

The Powerball jackpot of $1 million was struck this week. The lucky winner bought their ticket at Pakuranga Lotto, Auckland.

The Strike jackpot of $100,000 was struck this week. The lucky winner bought their ticket at Levin Mall Lotto.

There was a total of 159,049 winners with Lotto, Powerball and Strike this week.

For more information on winners and where lottery money goes, see www.nzlotteries.co.nz

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