Check your Gold Lotto tickets - you could be $2 million richer!

Monday 8 April, 2013 - Someone who purchased a Saturday Gold Lotto entry on the Gold Coast is going to get a very nice surprise when they discover it has won a division one prize worth more than $2 million! 

Golden Casket is waiting for the mystery owner of the unregistered winning entry from the Saturday Gold Lotto draw 3309 to come forward and claim their prize. 

As the owner of the ticket did not register the winning Saturday Gold Lotto entry with a Golden Casket Winners Circle card, Golden Casket officials have no way of contacting the lucky winner. 

Golden Casket Public Relations Executive Belinda McDougall said it’s possible the winner doesn’t even know they’ve won a share in division one at the weekend and are now $2,037,180.74 richer! 

“If you purchased an unregistered ticket in Saturday Gold Lotto draw 3309 from Benowa Gardens Newsagency, we urge you to check your entry as soon as possible at a Golden Casket outlet or online at www.goldencasket.com,” Ms McDougall said. 

“So look in your wallet, purse, pockets, drawers, glove box and even on the fridge door for any forgotten tickets in the weekend’s draw because you could be the winner!” 

The winning ticket was purchased from Benowa Gardens Newsagency, Shop 39 in the Benowa Gardens Shopping Centre on the corner of Ashmore and Benowa Roads. 

Gold Lotto players are encouraged to always register their entries to a Golden Casket Winners Circle card because not only does it ensure their prize is secure, but it also means they can be contacted directly with the news of a big win. 

Throughout Australia, there were two entries that won a first division share of Saturday Gold Lotto’s $4 million division one prize pool on the weekend, each worth $2,037,180.74. Along with the winning entry from the Gold Coast, another winning ticket was sold in New South Wales. 

The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto draw 3309 on 6 April 2013 were 21, 43, 19, 23, 25 and 20 with the supplementary numbers of 8 and 2.