Monday 12 August, 2013 - Tatts had nine division one winning entries in Saturday’s TattsLotto $20 Million Superdraw, each picking up a division one prize worth $1,052,631.58. Eight winning tickets were sold in Victoria and one was purchased in Tasmania.
KFC and Champagne to celebrate new millionaire status!
A retired local woman who purchased her entry in Kilsyth will celebrate her new millionaire status with a special dinner consisting of KFC and champagne.
The regular TattsLotto player said she had to check the numbers on her entry more than 10 times before she let herself believe that she was holding a winning ticket.
“Even though I played my regular numbers I couldn’t believe what I was seeing!” the excited winner exclaimed.
“Now that I know it is real, I will take some time to think about what I’ll do with my TattsLotto windfall. “I may even treat to myself to a holiday – perhaps even a cruise.”
The winning unregistered entry was purchased from Kilsyth Authorised Newsagency, Shops 4-5, 520 – 528 Mt Dandedong Road, Kilsyth.
Dandenong syndicate wins division one
The community of Dandenong is celebrating after a 10-share syndicate won a division one prize worth more than $1 million in the weekend’s TattsLotto $20 Million Superdraw!
In addition to the first division win, the syndicate also won other divisional prizes, making the total prize worth $1,112,733.58 or $111,273.36 per share.
The winning System 10 entry was from Winning Edge Lotto, 19/236 Lonsdale Street in Dandenong.
TattsLotto win is a reality for one joker
One of Victoria’s newest millionaires said they had joked about winning TattsLotto for years, and today the joke turned into reality with official news that the winner had scored $1,052,631.58 in TattsLotto’s $20 million Superdraw.
The winner, who wishes to remain anonymous, is a regular TattsLotto player and has played TattsLotto using favourite recorded numbers for many years.
“I just can’t believe it,” the shocked winner repeated over and over on the phone when learning of the news.
“I have joked about receiving this phone call from Tatts for years and now it is actually happening!”
The winner purchased their registered entry from Purvis Plaza Lotto, Shop 1 Purvis Plaza, Moore Street, Moe.
Winning TattsLotto ticket sold in Ivanhoe
A registered winning ticket was sold from Ivanhoe Plaza Jackpot Lotto, Shop 7a, Ivanhoe Shopping Centre, 8 Livingstone Street in Ivanhoe.
The winner, who wishes to remain completely anonymous, has come forward to claim their prize.
Work syndicate celebrating after purchasing winning ticket in Cohuna
A six member work syndicate is celebrating after winning a division one share worth $1,057,644.28 in Saturday’s TattsLotto $20 million Superdraw.
The syndicate leader, who wishes to remain anonymous, came forward this afternoon to claim the division one prize.
“I think we’ll all be celebrating tonight with a few drinks,” the syndicate leader joked.
The division one winning entry was purchased from Cohuna Lotto and Clothing Centre, 17 King George Street in Cohuna.
TattsLotto win in Beechworth
A registered winning ticket was sold from Beechworth News and Lotto, 26 – 28 Camp Street in Beechworth.
The winning entry was registered to a Tatts Card so Tatts will contact the winner with official news of their win.
Mystery division one winning entry purchased in Castlemaine
TattsLotto players who purchased their entry in Saturday’s $20 Million Superdraw in Castlemaine are advised to check their tickets as soon as possible as someone has won $1 million division one prize.
The unregistered winning ticket was sold at Castlemaine Newsagency, Shop 1, 45 Mostyn Street in Castlemaine.
Casterton sells winning entry in TattsLotto’s Superdraw
Casterton Newsagency and Lotto has sold a $1 million division one winning ticket in Saturday TattsLotto’s $20 Million Superdraw.
However as the winning ticket is not registered to a Tatts Card, there is no way of telling who the winner could be.
Anyone who purchased an entry in Saturday’s TattsLotto $20 Million Superdraw from Casterton Newsagency and Lotto, 77 Henty Street in Casterton, should check their ticket as soon as possible at a Tatts outlet or online.
$1 million division one prize sold in Tasmania
No stranger to selling a winning ticket, Prospect Lotto has done it again, selling a $1 million division one winning ticket in Saturday TattsLotto’s $20 Million Superdraw.
The winning entry wasn’t registered to a Tatts Card so Tatts is urging anyone who purchased a ticket from Prospect Lotto to check it as soon as possible.
The division one winning entry was purchased from Prospect Lotto, Shops 13 – 14, Olde Tutor Shopping Centre in Launceston.
Throughout Australia, there were nineteen entries that won a first division share in Saturday TattsLotto’s $20 million Superdraw, each worth $1,052,631.58. Along with the winning nine entries from Tatts, another six winning tickets were sold in Queensland, and four in New South Wales. The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto draw 3345 were 8, 18, 21, 23, 27 and 37 with the supplementary numbers of 22 and 6.