"I'm a millionaire!" shouts Saturday X Lotto winner!

Tuesday 26 April 2016 - An Adelaide man had so much trouble initially believing he’d won a first division share worth more than $1 million in the weekend’s Saturday X Lotto draw, he asked an SA Lotteries official where the hidden camera was!

The stunned winner, who wishes to remain anonymous, was completely unaware his 36-game QuickPick entry in Saturday X Lotto had won a first division prize of $1,001,230.87 until an SA Lotteries official contacted him this morning with the big news.

“Fair dinkum! Are you pulling my leg? I’m looking around – where’s the hidden camera?” the flabbergasted winner asked.

“WOW! I’m a millionaire! All I’ve ever wanted to win was a million dollars! I didn’t think it would ever be my destiny though!

“You’ve got my blood pumping – there’s so much adrenalin running through my body at the moment!

“This windfall means so much to me! While I’m not too sure what I’ll do with my prize money just yet, I do know that I’ll go on a holiday!”

The division one winning Saturday X Lotto entry was purchased at Seaford Newsagency, Shop 17 in Seaford Shopping Centre, corner of Commercial Road and The Parade in Seaford.

Neil Cole is the owner of Seaford Newsagency and was delighted to know that his newsagency had sold a first division winning ticket.

“Everyone is so excited. It’s been a little while since we sold a first division one winning entry so we’re all rapt!” Mr Cole exclaimed.

“We are hoping we can repeat this sooner rather than later! Maybe we can sell a first division winning ticket in the Saturday X Lotto $21 Million Superdraw which is just around the corner!”

Throughout Australia, there were four entries that each won a division one share worth $1,001,230.87 in Saturday X Lotto draw 3627 on Saturday 23 April. Apart from the winning entry purchased in South Australia, there was one each sold in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.

The winning numbers in Saturday X Lotto draw 3627 on Saturday 23 April were 10, 34, 36, 32, 3 and 27. The supplementary numbers were 20 and 26.