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$1.1 Mil Easter First Division Prize Unclaimed

$1.1 Million Easter Lotto First Division Prize Remains Unclaimed

A lucky player who won $1.1 million in Lotto First Division this Saturday is still to claim their prize, NZ Lotteries Deputy Chief Executive Warren Salisbury said.

The winning ticket was purchased at Tairua Stationers in Tairua on the Coromandel and is worth $1,131,642.

"What a wonderful Easter surprise to win $1.1 million on Lotto First Division. The winner could very well have gone on holiday and not realise they are our Easter millionaire," said Mr Salisbury.

Mr Salisbury's advice for the Lotto winner is to write their name and address on the ticket, confirming their ownership.

"They should then contact NZ Lotteries Wellington office who can provide advice about the next steps to take," he said.

"We have people waiting to talk the big winner through the prize process. All they need to do is call 04 802 7000," he says.

Fourteen of the 20 Lotto Easter Triple Dip Promotion prizes of $50,000 travel and $50,000 spending money also remain unclaimed.

"With a lot of people returning to work tomorrow, we urge anyone who purchased a Triple Dip at the below stores to go and check their tickets, as they may have their dream holiday in their back pockets and not even know it," Mr Salisbury said.

Stores which sold Easter promotion vouchers that are yet to be claimed are:

Voucher Store Location
380306 Whangarei Pak N Save Whangarei
119290 Kelston Copy & Lotto Kelston, Auckland
454202 Kelston Copy & Lotto Kelston, Auckland
86610 Pt Chev Lotto Plus Pt Chevalier, Auckland
382735 Schofields Paper Power Papatoetoe, Auckland
434029 Radius Care (Peter Dunkerley) Pharmacy Hastings
446526 Lotto @ United Video Masterton
175858 Totara Park Four Square Upper Hutt
309435 North City Lotto Porirua
608990 Fresh Choice Motueka Motueka
105883 Pak N Save Moorhouse Christchurch
193942 Pak N Save Moorhouse Christchurch
158880 Alpine Supermarket Ltd Queenstown
440624 Whitcoulls Invercargill Invercargill

Winning Easter Promotion tickets have been claimed at Foodtown Greenlane Lotto, Auckland; Countdown Highland Park Lotto in Auckland; Countdown Hamilton; Redwood Lotto in Blenheim; Countdown Kaiapoi and Newtown Drycleaners in Dunedin.


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