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Lotto's Biggest Christmas Holiday Promotion Ever

In this year's colossal Lotto Christmas Holiday promotion 1028 prizes worth a total of more than $4 million are up for grabs, including a massive $1 million house, says NZ Lotteries' Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.

"The prize list matches what every Kiwi dreams about having on their Christmas holidays, from bundles of cash to luxury holidays and the ultimate Kiwi holiday home to chill out in. We've got prizes to match everyone's wish list," said Mr McLeay.

The Lotto Triple Dip Holiday promotion includes:

One house (worth $1million);
Two $500,000 holiday homes
Three car and boat packages;
Four VW Cabriolets;
Five wads of $50,000 cash;
Six summer vacations worth $25,000;
Seven $20,000 shopping sprees; and
1000 prizes of $1001

All customers need to do to be in to win is to buy a Triple Dip between 10 December and 7pm, 30 December 2006.

Players will either receive a voucher for the holiday prize draw or an instant prize of $1001 with their Triple Dip purchase. The 1000 prizes of $1001 can be won at any time during the three-week promotional period.

"When customers buy their Lotto Triple Dip ticket, winners of this prize will find out immediately that they have won $1,001 and will be assisted to fill in a Prize Claim Form to claim it.*

"Under our rules Lotto players who win $1,000 or less get paid in cash, but with the number of prizes on offer with this promotion we decided it would be easier for everyone if we co-ordinate payment from one point, which is why they will get the extra dollar," says Mr McLeay.

The other 28 prizes will be drawn during the Lotto draw on Saturday 30 December. Results will be available at www.nzlotteries.co.nz and at all NZ Lotteries outlets after the 9pm Lotto results show.

ENDS

* A prize of $1000 and under will be paid directly to the winner as cash by a retailer, while a prize over $1000 is paid through NZ Lotteries Wellington's office directly into the winners bank account (or by cheque if requested)

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