Missing Castlemaine TattsLotto winner claims $1 million prize!

Friday 16 August, 2013 - The mystery of who won more than $1 million in Saturday TattsLotto’s $20 Million Superdraw with an unregistered entry bought in Castlemaine has been solved after a retired Geelong man came forward to claim his prize. 

The excited winner, who wishes to remain anonymous, said his decision to purchase his TattsLotto entry in Castlemaine ‘for sentimental reasons’ has paid dividends! 

“While I was checking the ticket, I realised I had four numbers and I was thinking well that’s got to be worth something,” the winner explained. 

“Then I continued to check the ticket and even more numbers popped up! 

“It was at that point that I thought you can’t have more than six numbers, can you? 

“I just couldn’t believe that I’d won. I’m still shaking!” 

The winning unregistered entry was bought from Castlemaine Newsagency, Shop 1, 45 Mostyn Street in Castlemaine. 

Tatts always recommends customers register their entries to a Tatts Card as it ensures their prize is secure and we can contact them directly with news of a division one win. 

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 TattsLotto draw 3345 were 8, 18, 21, 23, 27 and 37 with the supplementary numbers of 22 and 6.