$25,000 Lotto Wins Go To Milton & Queenstown

Sep 20, 2018

Milton and Queenstown Lotto winners were part of 38 other Lotto players who had their lucky numbers come up last night, each winning $25,000 with Lotto First Division.

This is the largest number of players to win Lotto First Division in a single draw since the game began in 1987.

Powerball is on a roll with two lucky players from Hastings and Christchurch each winning $2.5 million with Powerball First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.

The total prize of $2,525,000 is made up of $2.5 million from Powerball First Division and $25,000 from Lotto First Division.

The winning tickets were sold at Countdown Hastings in Hastings and New Brighton Lotto & Discounter in Christchurch.

This is second time in just one week that Powerball has been struck, with a player from Silverdale winning $7.2 million with Powerball last Wednesday.

With the prize yet to be claimed a week on from the win, Lotto NZ is urging players to check their tickets. The unclaimed $7.2 million Powerball winning ticket was purchased at Pak N Save Silverdale for the draw on Wednesday 12 September.

The winning Lotto tickets were sold at:

Store Location
Corner Cardz N Magz Whangarei
MyLotto Auckland
Sweet Lotto Centre Auckland
Swanson Superette and Post Centre Auckland
Kaurilands Superette Auckland
New World Howick Auckland
Clendon Foodmarket Auckland
Paper Plus Waihi & Toyworld Waihi
Bayfair Lotto Mount Maunganui
Take Note Dinsdale Hamilton
Pak n Save Te Awamutu (x2) Te Awamutu
Countdown Rotorua Rotorua
Mainly Magazines and Lotto New Plymouth
Paper Plus Stratford Stratford
Flaxmere Pharmacy Hastings
Pak N Save Hastings Hastings
Scott Drive Four Square (x4) Hastings
MyLotto Manawatu
New World Otaki (x2) Otaki
Pak N Save Petone Lower Hutt
Epuni Mini Market Lower Hutt
MyLotto Wellington
Countdown Tawa Wellington
MyLotto Tasman
MyLotto Nelson
Milton Street Store Nelson
Fresh Choice Richmond Nelson
Coasters Supermarket Hokitika
Countdown Eastgate Christchurch
Fresh Choice Edgeware Christchurch
Countdown Queenstown Queenstown
Roxburgh Supervalue Roxburgh
Tokomairiro Four Square Milton



Meanwhile, Strike Four rolled over tonight and will be $200,000 on Saturday.


Anyone who bought their ticket from any of the above winning locations 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 ticket-checker app.


Players can phone Lotto NZ on 0800 695 6886 if they want to enquire about the best way to claim a prize.


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