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10 Lotto Players Zip Away With Holden Astras

Ten Lotto Players Zip Away With Holden Astras Stuffed With $50,000

Ten Lotto Triple Dip players will be celebrating after each winning a dynamic Holden Astra car and $50,000 cash in tonight’s draw, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Trevor Hall.

“Anyone who bought a Lotto Triple Dip ticket at the winning stores between Sunday, 5 February and Saturday 18 February, could have a winning voucher.

“Players should get their tickets checked through the terminal at any lottery outlet,” said Mr Hall.
The Holden Astra five-door hatchbacks are worth $29,995 each. They have a 1.8L DOHC engine, ABS braking, seven speaker premium speaker system, air conditioning and projector headlights.

“With petrol costs climbing, this is an economical car to win and it’s one that’s popular with many New Zealanders.”
Details of the winning voucher numbers for Draw 976, Saturday 18 February 2006, are:

Voucher Number Retailer Location

43765 North City Lotto Porirua, Wellington
45517 Onehunga Office Supplies Onehunga, Auckland
125948 Thames Pak ‘N Save Thames
127151 United Video Blockhouse Bay, Auckland
171575 Masters Mitre 10 Stratford
278447 S&R Foodlands Food Centre Rotorua
355826 Island Bay Video Island Bay,Wellington
399217 Bayfair Lotto Mount Maunganui
445564 Mega Mags Auckland
492444 Village Four Square & Lotto Ashhurst

To top of this winning night for Lotto players John Smith from Napier spun and won $500,000 on Lotto’s Winning Wheel.
ENDS

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