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Skycity Hamilton Jackpot Luck Continues

Skycity Hamilton Jackpot Luck Continues – Two Cars Won Within An Hour Today!

Lady luck is shining on SKYCITY Hamilton’s female customers this afternoon!

Two customers won vehicles on the casino’s Win This Car jackpot within minutes of each other – the second vehicle didn’t even have time to be put on display.

A Jeep Wrangler Renegade (valued at $47,0000) was won on a ‘Lucky Jack’ game at 4pm this afternoon, followed by a Ford Falcon XR6 (valued at $50,000) which was won 45 minutes later on a Golden Dragons’ game.

The first vehicle was won by a woman in her 40’s; the second by a woman in her 60’s.

SKYCITY Hamilton has now given away 112 cars since opening in September 2002. This is the fifth time that SKYCITY Hamilton has given away two cars in one day.

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