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200 extra chances to unwrap a prize with Lotto this Xmas

[Travel prize vaule corrected.]

2 December 2012

200 extra chances to unwrap a prize with Lotto this Christmas

Lotto is celebrating the silly season by giving Lotto Triple Dip players the chance to unwrap one of 200 extra prizes worth over $5 million in their annual Christmas promotion.

Lotto is offering players a chance to grab a piece of the Kiwi dream, with prizes such as a new boat, cars, cash towards travel – as well as the chance to win a massive $1 million prize.

Lotto Triple Dips make the perfect Christmas stocking filler – a big win would make for an unforgettable Christmas!

The 200 extra prizes on offer to Triple Dip players for the promotion include:

1 x $1 million cash

2 x $500,000 cash prizes

3 x Car and boat packages

4 x Luxury car packages

40 x $20,000 cash prizes towards travel

150 x $10,000 cash

Every Triple Dip purchased during the four-week promotion period, from 1 December 2012 to 28 December, will generate a special promotion voucher with a unique number.

The 200 winning voucher numbers will be drawn on Saturday 28 December. Results will be available after 9pm on 28 December at MyLotto.co.nz.

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