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Waihi Strike player wins $1 million

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As Kiwi families come together to celebrate dads this weekend, a lucky Strike player from Waihi has an extra reason to celebrate after winning $1 million in Saturday night’s Strike Be Won draw.

The winning Strike ticket was sold at New World Waihi in Waihi.

One lucky Te Puke player has won a new Ford in Lotto’s Father’s Day promotion, after purchasing their ticket at Te Puke United Video & Lotto.

Powerball was not struck last night and has rolled over to Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $8 million.

Meanwhile, two Lotto players have won $500,000 each in Saturday’s live Lotto draw. The winning tickets were sold on MyLotto to players from Hamilton and Queenstown Lakes.

In Lotto’s Father’s Day promotion which was drawn last night, 30 extra prizes were up for grabs including 10x new Fords and 20 prizes of $10,000 cash.

The top ten winning voucher numbers and locations that have won the Fords are as follows:

Voucher number

Location

Retailer

9848

Wanaka

Wanaka New World

377138

Pokeno

Pokeno Superette

479749

Carterton

Smith Hare & Christison

628431

Auckland

Valley Road Superette

630177

Te Puke

Te Puke United Video & Lotto

685357

Mosgiel

Mosgiel New World

740100

Auckland

MyLotto

880329

Auckland

MyLotto

992056

Wellington

MyLotto

1067069

Pukekohe

Paper Plus Pukekohe

It will be a weekend to remember for 15 Lotto players who won $21,160 each with Lotto Second Division in Saturday night’s live Lotto draw.

The winning Second Division tickets were sold at Pak N Save Silverdale – Silverdale, Unsworth Heights Superette – Auckland, Edmonton Stationery & Lotto – Auckland, Pak n Save Westgate – Auckland, MyLotto (X2) – Auckland, Te Rapa Lucky Lotto – Hamilton, Unichem Stortford Lodge Pharma – Hastings, Plaza Lotto - Palmerston North, Fresh Choice Greytown – Greytown, Creswick Foodmarket – Wellington, Thorndon New World (X2) – Wellington, MyLotto – Canterbury, and Mornington Lotto & Post – Dunedin.

Anyone who bought their ticket from any of the above stores should write their name on the back of the ticket and check it immediately at any Lotto outlet, online at mylotto.co.nz or through the Lotto NZ App.

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