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Big Wednesday Jackpots to Massive $23 Million

Big Wednesday Jackpots to Massive $23 Million


Big Wednesday First Division has jackpotted tonight meaning a massive $23 million is on offer in next week’s draw, says NZ Lotteries’ Chief Executive Wayne Pickup.

“This life changing $23 million prize package is now NZ Lotteries’ fourth-biggest prize of all time,” says Mr Pickup.

Big Wednesday First Division was last won in March 2012, when an Auckland family won $11.4 million.

The prize package has been jackpotting ever since and is now worth $23 million which consists of $21,587,700 million cash, 675,000 cash towards a bach, $50,000 towards luxury travel, $50,000 Platinum VISA card, an Audi Q7, a Rayglass 2200 Boat and a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4,” says Mr Pickup.

“It may have been a long time between drinks for Big Wednesday, but for our players, it’ll be worth the wait to win this amazing prize package,” he says.

The extra sales generated through this big jackpot offering will help to benefit the community, as NZ Lotteries profits are transferred to the Lottery Grants Board. In the last 12 months, more than 3000 community groups throughout New Zealand have benefitted from the redistribution of millions of Lotto profits.


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