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Christmas Windfall For 16 Second Division Winners

North Island Christmas Windfall For 16 Second Division Winners

Sixteen lucky Lotto players in the North Island have tidy Christmas presents of $21,582 after each winning in Lotto Second Division this Christmas weekend, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.

The weekend's winning tickets were sold in Auckland (6), Whitianga, Hamilton (2), Te Kuiti, Stratford, Waikanae, Masterton, Lower Hutt (2) and Wellington.

"What a great way to start the Christmas weekend with an extra $21,582 in your pocket," said Mr McLeay.

The Second Division winning tickets were purchased at the following stores:

Store Location Chapel Park Superette and Lotto Auckland Helensville Stationers Take Note Helensville, Auckland Leabank Superette Manurewa, Auckland The Cutting Bar and Lotto Shop Manurewa, Auckland Sweet Lotto Centre Milford, Auckland Mount Wellington Lotto Auckland Whitianga New World Whitianga New World Te Rapa Hamilton Woolworths St James Hamilton Take Note Te Kuiti Masters Mitre 10 Stratford Take Note Waikanae Pak N Save Masterton Golden Nugget Lotto Shop Naenae, Lower Hutt Queensgate Lotto Westfield Lower Hutt Lotto Mail Order Karori, Wellington

"Players who have purchased their tickets in any of the above outlets should get their tickets checked," says Mr McLeay.

He also recommends that all players write their name and address on the back of their ticket.

There are a total of 55,905 winners from this weekends' draw. ENDS

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