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Lotto's Giant Nest Eggs Set to Break

Media Release
5 March 2008

Lotto's Giant Nest Eggs Set to Break

Adding a Triple Dip to your chocolate purchase this Easter could net you a share of a massive $2 million in extra prizes with Lotto's 100 Giant Nest Eggs promotion.

"Given the success of the 100 Giant Nest Eggs promotion last year, Lotto is doing it again and this time it's going to be even bigger and better," says NZ Lotteries' Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.

"A cash nest egg would be handy to undertake those long awaited renovations, help with the kids' education or to have that dream trip overseas," he says.

With this promotion there's 100 extra prizes up for grabs, giving more people, more chances to win.

The 100 prizes come in four tiers, with a top prize of $500,000, three of $100,000, six of $50,000 and 90 of $10,000, making it a whopping total of $2 million on offer.

There's also going to be fun and funky adverts, so keep an eye out for those giant golden eggs.

The promotion runs from Sunday 9 March till 7.00 pm on Saturday 22 March, and is available with all Triple Dip purchases during that time.


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