$1 million win for MyLotto player
A lucky Lotto player from Auckland will be popping the champagne after winning $1 million with Lotto First Division in last night’s live Lotto draw.
The winning ticket was sold on MyLotto.
Powerball was not struck on Saturday night and has rolled over to Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $14 million.
Meanwhile, Strike Four was also won last night by players from Hawera and Otago, who each take home $150,000. The winning tickets were sold at Countdown Hawera in Hawera and on MyLotto to a player from Otago.
Eleven Lotto players will be enjoying a boost to their bank account after each winning $25,304 with Lotto Second Division in Saturday night’s live Lotto draw.
Four lucky players also won Powerball Second Division, taking their total winnings to $29,653. The winning Powerball Second Division tickets were sold at Norfolk Street Foodmarket in Wainuiomata, Fresh Choice Merivale in Christchurch, Balclutha New World in Balclutha and on MyLotto to a player from Auckland.
The winning Second Division tickets were sold at Patels Foodmarket – Whangarei, Ngunguru Food Mart – Whangarei, MyLotto (+PB) – Auckland, New World Mt Roskill – Auckland, Vincent Street Superette – Auckland, Pak N Save Masterton – Masterton, Kapiti Knitting and Lotto – Paraparaumu, Pak N Save Petone - Lower Hutt, Norfolk Street Foodmarket (+PB) – Wainuiomata, Fresh Choice Merivale (+PB) – Christchurch, and Balclutha New World (+PB) – Balclutha.
Did you know that every time you play one of Lotto NZ’s games, you’re a Kiwi helping other Kiwis — like Benjiro, a six-year old boy with cerebral palsy.
Benjiro is just one of the 450 young people that take part in StarJam’s 44 workshops held around the country each week. These workshops provide young Kiwis living with a disability the opportunity to pursue their love of music while feeling truly included.
Read more about Benjiro’s story on MyLotto: https://mylotto.co.nz/community-winners/kiwis-helping-kiwis-starjam
Anyone who bought their ticket from any of the above winning 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.