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22 Lucky Lotto Players Win Second Division

22 Lucky Lotto Players Win Second Division

A massive 22 Lotto players from around the country are $13,667 better off after winning Lotto Second Division on Saturday night.

Two lucky players have extra reason to celebrate after also winning the Powerball Second Division prize of $22,572 on Saturday night, bringing their total winnings to $36239 each. The winning tickets were sold at Paetiki Lotto, Magazines & Post in Taupo and Timaru New World in Timaru.

One Lotto retailer will be feeling especially lucky after selling 10 winning Second Division tickets for Saturday’s Lotto draw. This lucky store is Timaru New World in Timaru.

The winning tickets were sold at the following stores and locations:

Store
Location
Countdown Dargaville
Dargaville
Pak N Save Silverdale
Silverdale
Paper Plus Howick
Auckland
Highpoint Temptations Lotto
Auckland
MyLotto
Auckland
Albany Pak N Save
Auckland
MyLotto
Bay of Plenty
Paper Plus Taupo
Taupo
Paetiki Lotto, Magazines & Post (PB)
Taupo
Kuripuni Lotto and Post Shop
Masteron
Whitcoulls Nelson
Nelson
Countdown Kaiapoi
Kaiapoi
Timaru New World (x10) (PB)
Timaru

Anyone who bought their ticket from any of these winning stores should write their name on the back of the ticket and check it immediately at any Lotto outlet or online at MyLotto.co.nz

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