Five Lotto players win $200,000

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Five lucky Lotto players will be celebrating after each winning $200,000 with Lotto First Division in Saturday night’s Lotto draw.

The winning tickets were sold at New World Waiuku in Waiuku, at Otautau Supervalue in Otautau, and on MyLotto to two players from Auckland and one player from Otago.

Powerball was not struck on Saturday and has rolled over to Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $5 million.

Meanwhile, a lucky Strike player from Wairoa will also be celebrating after winning $600,000 with Strike Four. The winning Strike ticket was sold at Mobil Wairoa in Wairoa.

Twelve lucky Lotto players will be celebrating after each winning $19,614 with Lotto Second Division in Saturday’s Lotto draw.

Two lucky players also won Powerball Second Division, taking their total winnings to $26,695. The winning Powerball Second Division tickets were sold at Countdown Ashburton in Ashburton and Mataura Four Square in Mataura.

The winning Second Division tickets were sold at the following stores:



Bucklands Beach Superette


MyLotto (x2)


Paper Plus - The Base


New World Te Kuiti

Te Kuiti



Levin Lucky Lotto


Countdown Maidstone

Upper Hutt

Hornby Mall Lotto


Countdown Ashburton (+PB)


New World Mosgiel


Mataura Four Square (+PB)




All of New Zealand is now in the COVID-19 Protection Framework - otherwise known as the traffic light settings. Lotto NZ counters can open at all traffic light settings providing retailers comply with health and safety guidelines set out by the Ministry of Health.  


The live Lotto draws are unable to take place while Auckland is in Red under the traffic light settings. We will continue using computer generated draws under Audit New Zealand scrutiny for Lotto, Powerball, and Strike while Auckland is in Red. For more information, please see


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


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