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Famous Five of Lotto's Winning Wheel Bonus Draw

Famous Five of Lotto's Winning Wheel Bonus Draw

Five Lotto players who bought tickets in Warkworth, Auckland, Manukau, Wellington and Christchurch are on their way to becoming the Famous Five of Lotto's Winning Wheel Bonus Draw.

All five ticket holders have won the chance to spin Lotto's Winning Wheel live on the Lotto draw after winning tonight's Winning Wheel bonus draw, said NZ Lotteries' Chief Executive Todd McLeay.

The winning serial numbers for Draw 1067, Saturday 17 November 2007 are:

Serial Number Store
810-65928970-20xx Warkworth
810-27995437-20xx Grey Lynn, Auckland
810-27307011-20xx Bucklands Beach, Manukau
808-24512526-20xx Kilbirnie, Wellington
809-36043524-20xx Northwood, Christchurch

The tickets will expire 12 months from the date they were drawn.

Tonight's spinner, Angus Graham from Upper Waiwera spun and won $175, 000

"Spinning the Winning Wheel is the chance of a lifetime for any Lotto player so anyone who bought a Lotto ticket from any of the above stores should get it checked right away," says Mr McLeay.

"Winning tickets are identified by the serial number which is located directly beneath each ticket's Lotto lines in the space marked "Winning Wheel Number," says Mr McLeay.

The Winning Wheel has turned six lucky spinners into millionaires and every winner takes home a fantastic prize.

"You just can't lose on the Winning Wheel - the lowest prize on the wheel is worth $100,000 and the top prize is a huge $1 million, it's amazing," says Mr McLeay.

Winners who come to the Capital with a support person and get to stay at the luxury Duxton Hotel, have exhibition passes to Te Papa, a shopping trip with a stylist to choose clothes for their TV appearance and a lunch date with a Lotto presenter - have said the trip to Wellington to spin the Winning Wheel has become a once-in-a-lifetime memory.

"Players can check their ticket by going to any Lottery outlet, or by logging on to NZ Lotteries website and checking their ticket against the winning serial numbers.


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