Monday 11 November, 2013 - NSW Lotteries is desperately seeking a multi-million dollar winner from this month’s $22 Million Superdraw on 2 November!
Someone who purchased an unregistered Saturday Lotto entry in the Snowy Mountains town of Cooma is $2.2 million richer after winning a share in division one, but they’re yet to come forward and claim their windfall.
NSW Lotteries spokesperson Belinda McDougall said because the winning ticket was not registered to a Players Club card, officials have no way of contacting the division one winner to let them know they’ve won a first division prize.
“Chances are the winner doesn’t even know they’re holding a winning ticket. It’s likely they’re going about their day completely unaware that they’re now a multi-millionaire!” Ms McDougall said.
“With Christmas just six weeks away, imagine what this winner could put on their festive shopping list. A new home, a new car or an international holiday! Instead of dreaming of a white Christmas, they could actually have one.
“If you purchased an unregistered ticket in Saturday Lotto draw 3369 from Hains Centre Newsagency, 230 Sharp Street in Cooma, you should check your entry as soon as possible.
“We recommend that anyone who believes they are holding the winning entry should keep it in a safe place and contact NSW Lotteries immediately to start the prize claim process.”
Hains Centre Newsagency owner, Jim Russell, added, “The winner could be from anywhere because there were a lot of visitors through Cooma leading up to the Superdraw.”
Throughout Australia, there were ten entries that won a first division share of Saturday Lotto’s $22 Million Superdraw 3369, each worth $2,200,000.00. Along with the winning entry purchased in Cooma, three other winning tickets were from New South Wales, four were bought in Victoria, one winning ticket was purchased in South Australia and another in Western Australia.
The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto’s $22 Million Superdraw 3369 on 2 November 2013 were 5, 32, 23, 2, 43 and 40 with the supplementary numbers of 34 and 35.