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Celebrating In Style

Celebrating In Style

The holiday weekend will be celebrated in style for six Lotto players who have each won $166,667 on Lotto First Division tonight, NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Todd McLeay said.

The tickets were sold at the following stores and locations;
Lincoln Road Dairy, Henderson, Auckland
Ardmore Dairy, Herne Bay, Auckland
Chartwell Lotto, Hamilton
Supreme C P S, Shannon
Gold Reef Stationers, Reefton
Lotto at Countdown, Ashburton

Strike 4 was won tonight by two lucky winners who each take home $61,505. The tickets were sold at Kelston Copy & Lotto, Kelston, Auckland and Dargaville Postshop & Lotto, Dargaville.
Lotto Powerball has jackpotted to an estimated $1.5 million in next week's draw.

Tonight's other big winner was Alistair Young, who spun and won $275,000 live on Lotto's Winning Wheel. Mr Young is over the moon with the win which he plans to spend on buying his first home.

All Lotto players are automatically in the draw to win the opportunity to spin Lotto's Winning Wheel, regardless of the type of ticket they buy. Players can check their ticket at any lottery outlet.

Tonight's Winning Wheel ticket was sold by Whitcoulls at Auckland Domestic Airport. The serial number is 414-58079491-20XX

ENDS

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