$1 million Superdraw win in Mount Victoria!

Friday 6 November 2015 - A NSW Lotteries player who purchased their Saturday Lotto entry in the Blue Mountain’s township of Mount Victoria has ended their week on a high after discovering they’d won a division one share worth $1 million in the weekend’s $20 Million Superdraw!

The winner, who wishes to remain completely anonymous, was unaware they’d become a millionaire until a NSW Lotteries official was able to get in contact with them today – almost one week after the draw.

The winning entry was purchased at Mt Victoria General Store, 109 Great Western Highway in Mount Victoria.

Noelline and Ronnie Kong are the owners of Mt Victoria General Store and said they were delighted when they found out they’d sold a $1 million winning ticket.

“It’s the first one for us so we were so excited!” Mrs Kong exclaimed.

“We always wish all our customers the best of luck because we want them all to win. Now that we have sold that first division one winning ticket, we’d love to have some more – maybe in next week’s $35 million Oz Lotto draw or Powerball’s $70 million jackpot!”

Throughout Australia, there were 20 entries that won a first division share of Saturday Lotto’s $20 Million Superdraw on Saturday 31 October, each worth $1 million. There were five division one winning entries from New South Wales, another winning ticket was purchased in the ACT, three were from Queensland, six from Victoria, two in Tasmania, one was sold in South Australia and two were purchased in Western Australia.

The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto draw 3577 on Saturday 31 October 2015 were 20, 10, 19, 37, 14 and 27 with the supplementary numbers of 29 and 13.

Missing millionaire in Kellyville!

Saturday Lotto players who purchased their Halloween Superdraw entry in the Sydney suburb of Kellyville are advised to check their ticket as soon as possible as there is a mystery division one winner in the midst.

The winning ticket was not registered to a NSW Lotteries Players Club card, so anyone who purchased an entry into the weekend’s $20 Million Superdaw from Bmart Grocers, 27 Windsor Road in Kellyville is encouraged to check their entries as soon as possible because they could be a new millionaire.

Anyone who believes they are holding the division one winning Superdraw ticket should keep it in a safe place and contact NSW Lotteries as soon as possible.

When purchasing lottery tickets our advice is to always register them to a Players Club card. It is an important step that will protect players from missing out on prizes and also should they win one of the big prizes on offer this week, NSW Lotteries will contact them with the good news.