$6.2 million in TattsLotto prizes blow into Victoria!

The weekend’s TattsLotto $22 Million glacial Superdraw has blown in four division one winning tickets to Victoria each worth $1.5 million to:

- Maryborough, a small city north of Ballarat,
- Horsham, a regional city on the Wimmera River,
- Highett, a south-eastern suburb or Melbourne, and
- Caulfield South, a south-eastern suburb of Melbourne.

Tatts spokesperson Claire Taylor said Victorian TattsLotto players in Maryborough, Horsham and Highett have a million good reasons to check their entries from the weekend’s Superdraw.

“With a TattsLotto Superdraw division one loot of more than $6.2 million, Victorian players have scooped more than a quarter of the $22 Million Superdraw prize pool!” Ms Taylor exclaimed.

“There are four happy ticket holders who have won a $1.5 million share each, and became millionaires overnight!

“While one of the division one prizes from Caulfield South has already been snapped up by the registered winner, there are still three $1.5 million prizes waiting to be claimed from the Superdraw.

“Those three winners are unknown to Tatts since they did not register their entries to a Tatts Card, and therefore Tatts is waiting patiently to hear from them.

“That’s more than $4.7 million in TattsLotto division one prizes just waiting to be claimed by the mystery ticket holders!”

Ms Taylor encouraged all Victorians to check their Superdraw entries as soon as possible to see if they won some cold hard cash in the $22 Million glacial Superdraw.

“With so many millions sitting on unchecked unregistered tickets that could be stuffed in wallets, handbags or stuck to the fridge, we’re urging all Victorians to check them right away,” Ms Taylor commented.

“Just imagine where in the world you could go if you discovered you’ve already won $1.5 million. You could stay cool and plan an action-packed snowboarding adventure at Whistler, a relaxing day by the fireplace with a mug of hot chocolate in the Swiss Alps, or indulge in the après-ski scene in Aspen.

“If you believe you are holding one of the $1.5 million division one winning entries from Maryborough, Horsham or Highett, we recommend you keep your ticket in a safe place and contact Tatts immediately on 131 868 to begin the prize claim process.”

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 big win.

Maryborough’s mystery millionaire!

One of the mystery millionaires purchased their unregistered entry from Maryborough News & Lotto, 192 High Street in Maryborough.

Cheryl and Ross Forster are the owners of Maryborough News & Lotto, which is managed by Sue Wright and were all thrilled with the news of another division one winner.

“This is the 34th division one winning entry we’ve ever sold and already the second this year,” Mrs Forster explained.

“Just four months ago in the February Valentine’s Superdraw, we sold a $1.1 million division one winning entry to a private syndicate of 13 workmates.

“We consider ourselves a lucky shop and we’re now going for the trifecta!”

“With $10 million on offer in tomorrow night’s Oz Lotto draw, who knows!” Ms Wright added.

TattsLotto division one has come to town in Horsham!

Someone who purchased an unregistered entry in the weekend’s TattsLotto Superdraw from Horsham Lotto, 72 Firebrace Street in Horsham, has won one of the $1.5 million division one shares but may not yet know it!

Dianna Richards from Horsham Lotto said she couldn’t be happier to have sold a division one winning entry to one of their customers.

“It’s been a number of years since we’ve sold a division one winning entry so this is great news!” Ms Richards exclaimed.

“Having a win like this in town lifts the spirit of everyone – it’s so wonderful.

“With the recent Powerball win in Stawell we were joking that the luck would trickle down to Horsham and now it has!”

Searching high and low for Highett’s millionaire!

A customer of Highett Lotto & Tobacco, 304 Highett Road in Highett, is yet to receive the dream-come true news that their entry in TattsLotto’s $22 Million glacial Superdraw has won a division one prize of more than $1.5 million.

Mohit Jain is the owner of Highett Lotto & Tobacco and is over-the-moon for his winning customer.

“I’m very excited to have sold a division one winning entry and very happy for our lucky winner!” Mr Jain exclaimed.

“People visit my outlet to buy their lucky ticket in the hope they can realise their dream and it’s great news that we’ve been part of delivering the dream for one of our customers.

“In last September’s Superdraw we set up a division one winning syndicate with 10 customers sharing in a $750,000 division one prize! So here’s hoping there’s plenty more luck coming our way.”

Caulfield South winner quickly claims prize!

There was no time to waste for one TattsLotto Superdraw division one prize winner over the weekend, who has already claimed their $1.5 million windfall.

The newly-minted millionaire, who wishes to remain completely anonymous, purchased their 50-game QuickPick entry from Caulfield Pharmacy & Lotto, 780 Glenhuntly Road in Caulfield South.

Melanie Connor is the manager of Caulfield Pharmacy & Lotto and said that it was second time lucky for their outlet, with their most recent division one win less than six months ago.

“We’re on a very lucky streak at the moment with two of our customers becoming division one winners and millionaires only half a year apart!” Ms Connor exclaimed.

“On Boxing Day last year one of our customers woke up to the present of a TattsLotto division one prize worth more than $445,000 and said they would be writing a wish list for their windfall!

“I can only imagine the wish list our latest $1.5 million winning customer could write as they start their new life as a millionaire! We wish them all the best with their new found fortune!”

Throughout Australia, there were fourteen entries that had the warm fuzzy feeling of a division one win in TattsLotto’s $22 Million glacial Superdraw and won a first division prize of $1,571,428.58. Along with the four winning entries purchased in Victoria, there were four division one winning entries sold in New South Wales, and two each sold in South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia.

The winning numbers in TattsLotto’s $22 Million glacial Superdraw 3643 on Saturday 18 June 2016 were 20, 13, 44, 2, 1 and 39 with the supplementary numbers 4 and 7.