Superdraw syndicate delight for Melbournites!

Monday 4 November, 2013 - It pays to play TattsLotto with a syndicate! Of the four winning entries that shared in TattsLotto’s $22 Million Superdraw on the weekend, three of the multi-million dollar prizes will be split between syndicates. 

The Superdraw prize pool was spread right across Melbourne with three winning entries worth more than $2.2 million shared by store syndicates of 10 members, 32 members and 36 members respectively, while one first division prize of $2.2 million went to a Melbourne family. 

Caulfield South family wins $2.2 million prize 

A family from Caulfield South discovered they were $2.2 million richer when a Tatts official contacted them today to share the news that they’d won a division one prize in TattsLotto’s $22 Million Superdraw. 

“The first thing I’ll do is pay off my debts,” the winning father said while on his way to work. 

“I’m fairly heavily negatively geared so this prize will solve a lot of headaches! It’s going to be tricky to concentrate at work now…We’ll definitely be celebrating with a glass of champagne tonight.”

The winning 24-game QuickPick entry was purchased from Malvern Lotto, 167 Glenferrie Road, Malvern. 

Three winning syndicates across Melbourne 

Three store-operated TattsLotto syndicates each won first division prizes in the weekend’s $22 Million Superdraw! 

Tatts spokesperson Zoe Knobel said playing TattsLotto with a syndicate is a popular choice. 

“Playing TattsLotto as part of a store syndicate or setting up your own with family and friends can allow you to purchase larger entries as a group, giving you more chances to win,” Ms Knobel said. 

“Syndicate entries are particularly popular for our TattsLotto Superdraws and Megadraws, and we often see store syndicates sharing in first division prizes, as we did in TattsLotto’s $22 Million Superdraw on the weekend.” 

One 10-member syndicate operated by East Doncaster Lotto will split a total prize of $2,263,319.20 thanks to their System 13 entry which secured wins across multiple prize divisions. Each winner will take home $226,331.92. Winners plan to buy new cars, travel the world and one even plans to set up a new business with the prize money. 

Customers from five Tatts outlets will share in the windfall, with tickets purchased from East Doncaster Lotto in East Doncaster, Bayswater Lotto in Bayswater, Chirnside Lotto in Chirnside, Hotham Hill Post & Lotto in North Melbourne and Wheelers Hill Newsagency in Wheelers Hill. 

A 32-member syndicate operated by Midas Touch Lotto in Westfield Airport West will share in a total prize of $2,384,168.50 resulting from their System 18 entry. Each shareholder will claim a $74,505.27 prize. 

Entries in the syndicate were purchased from nine Tatts outlets across Melbourne including Delahey Village Lotto in Delahey, East Doncaster Lotto in East Doncaster, Footscray Lotto in Footscray, Ivanhoe Plaza Jackpot Lotto in Ivanhoe, Midas Touch Lotto in Airport West, Highlands News & Lotto in Craigieburn, Showgrounds News & Lotto in Flemington, Tobacco Station in Ringwood and Wanda Street Lotto in Mulgrave. 

The third winning syndicate of 36-members operated by Waverley Gardens Lotto in Mulgrave will split a total prize of $2,228,065.30 from their System 10 entry, for a share of $61,890.71 each. 

Shares in this syndicate were purchased from six Tatts outlets including Berwick Lucky Lotto in Berwick, Flinders Lane Lotto in Melbourne, Lynbrook Village News & Lotto in Lynbrook, Melbourne Lucky Lotto in Melbourne, Tobacco Station in Ringwood and Waverley Gardens Lotto in Mulgrave. 

Throughout Australia, there were ten entries that won a first division share of TattsLotto’s $22 Million Superdraw 3369, each worth $2,200,000.00. Along with the four winning entries purchased in Victoria, four were purchased in New South Wales, and one each was purchased in South Australia and Western Australia. 

The winning numbers in TattsLotto’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.