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First Winning Wheel Winners Confirmed

First Winning Wheel Winners Confirmed

Media Release16 August 2004

First Winning Wheel Winners confirmed in Auckland, Greymouth and Morrinsville while the search continues for the last two winners.

Three of the first five winning Winning Wheel tickets announced on Saturday's Lotto draw have been confirmed.

Winners in Henderson, Greymouth and Morrinsville have had their winning tickets validated and will have their date to spin to win $1 million or other cash and non cash prizes set in the next days.

The five winning tickets were sold at Green Bay Shell in Green Bay, Auckland, New World in Greymouth, Paper Plus in Morrinsville, Chances in St Lukes, Auckland, and Pak & Save in Henderson, Auckland. The tickets sold at Green Bay Shell and Chances in St Lukes are still to be claimed.

As part of their prize, holders of a winning ticket will also be treated to a trip to Wellington with a friend or family member to spin Lotto's Winning Wheel live on the Saturday night Lotto draw, accommodation at the Duxton Hotel, a meal with a Lotto presenter and an optional mini make-over.

If winners don't want to appear on the draw, they can choose to nominate another person to appear on television and spin the wheel for them.

Lotto's Winning Wheel is a new feature of the live Lotto draw each Saturday night at 8pm on TV2. A minimum of one Lotto ticket serial number will be drawn from all valid tickets each Lotto draw.

The winning serial number details for Draw 894, Saturday 14 August are as follows;


Store where sold Town Serial Number
Green Bay Shell Green Bay, Auckland 613 56063275 20XX
New World Greymouth 617 24658181 20XX
Paper Plus Morrinsville 620 11200258 20XX
Chances St Lukes, Auckland 620 19114258 20XX
Pak & Save Henderson, Auckland 620 47476783 20XX

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