Thursday 17 January, 2013 -
Big Wednesday winners
Last night’s Wednesday Gold Lotto draw delivered TRIPLE the prize money to 20,877 winners across Queensland in Divisions Two to Five!
Of those happy winners, eight players won a Division Two prize of $8,472.05 which was TRIPLED to a whopping $25,416.15 thanks to the special Wednesday Gold Lotto Triple Dividends promotion for last night’s draw.
The winning Division Two entries were purchased from Boronia Park News, Boronia Heights; Exchange Casket Agency, Brisbane; Glenden Newsagency, Glenden; NewsXpress Jimboomba, Jimboomba; The Spit News, Mooloolaba; NewsXpress Oxenford, Oxenford; Wurtulla Newsagency, Wurtulla; and Nextra Keppel Bay Plaza News, Yeppoon.
The winning numbers in Wednesday Gold Lotto, draw 3286, on 16 January 2013 were 18, 28, 30, 31, 14 and 42 with the supplementary numbers 2 and 5.
Missing Brisbane winners
Golden Casket is still searching for a Division One winner from Saturday Gold Lotto’s $30 Million Megadraw last year!
Saturday Gold Lotto players who purchased a ticket in draw 3281 in the Brisbane suburb of Underwood are reminded to check their glove boxes, pockets and purses today for that Division One winning ticket.
The winning entry worth $1.4 million was purchased from Supanews Underwood, Shop 35, Underwood Marketplace, 3215 Logan Road in Underwood.
The winning numbers in Saturday Gold Lotto’s $30 million Megadraw, draw 3281, on 29 December 2012 were 25, 7, 35, 15, 37 and 14 with the supplementary numbers 20 and 3.
On top of the missing $1.4 million winner, Golden Casket is also still searching for a mystery player who purchased a winning $2 Casket entry from Woodridge more than two years ago.
An unregistered entry in $2 Casket draw 286 on 8 September 2010 was purchased from Woodridge News & Casket Agency and won the $100,000 top prize.
Golden Casket Public Relations Manager Elissa Lewis said this is a timely reminder to register your lotto purchases.
“Currently in Queensland there are two outstanding Division One prizes that have yet to be claimed by their owners,” Ms Lewis said.
“There is a $1.4 million prize going wanting from Underwood, and another $100,000 prize that has yet to be claimed from Woodridge.
“To make sure you never miss out on claiming a big prize, remember to register your entry to a Winners Circle Card so we can contact you to share the good news of a first division win,” Ms Lewis said.