Beaconsfield beckons mystery division one TattsLotto winner!

A division one winning ticket was purchased from Melbourne’s south eastern suburb of Beaconsfield for Saturday night’s TattsLotto draw, but the ticket holder did not register their ticket to a Tatts Card so they may not have heard the news they’ve won division one!

The unregistered TattsLotto entry which won a division one prize worth $572,766.07 was purchased from Beaconsfield Village Lotto, and two days after the draw there’s still no sign of the mystery ticket holder.

Tatts spokesperson Claire Taylor said because the new division one winner did not register their ticket to a Tatts Card, there was no way for Tatts to contact the mystery winner with the dream-come-true division one winning news.

“If you purchased an unregistered TattsLotto ticket in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw from Beaconsfield, Tatts is strongly encouraging you to check your ticket today – you may have become one of the country’s newest division one winners!” Ms Taylor exclaimed.

“With more than $572,000 in first division prize money the winner is set to enjoy a brighter future ahead, however they could still be completely unaware of their new division one club status.

“If you think you are holding the division one winning entry, we recommend you keep your ticket in a safe place and contact Tatts immediately on 131 868 to begin the prize claim process.”

The mystery winner purchased their TattsLotto unregistered entry from Beaconsfield Village Lotto, Shop 16 in the Beaconsfield Village Shopping Centre on the Old Princes Highway.

Throughout Australia, there were seven entries that each won a division one share worth $572,766.07 in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw. Apart from the winning entry purchased in Victoria, there were two winning tickets purchased in Queensland, one each in South Australia and New South Wales, and two were purchased in Western Australia.

The winning numbers in TattsLotto draw 3635 on Saturday 21 May were 13, 39, 11, 14, 5 and 37. The supplementary numbers were 12 and 32.