Unclaimed TattsLotto division one prize lands in Williams Landing!

A TattsLotto player who purchased an entry in the weekend’s $21 Million TattsLotto Superdraw in Melbourne south-western suburb of Williams Landing remains oblivious that they have a division one winning ticket in their possession worth more than $1.9 million!

The unclaimed division one winning prize is part of Saturday’s $21 million TattsLotto Superdraw that saw people flocking to lottery outlets around the country to purchase an entry for their chance to share in the division one prize pool that was five times larger than the average TattsLotto division one prize pool (estimated $4 million) with the same odds of winning.

The mystery division one winning entry was purchased at Williams Landing News, Lotto & Tobacco, Shop T10 Williams Landing Centre, Overton Road in Williams Landing.

Tatts spokesperson Tess Cameron said unfortunately, as the ticket was not registered to a Tatts Card we have no way to contact the winner with the great news that they’re now a millionaire!

“I urge everyone who purchased an unregistered entry from Williams Landing News, Lotto & Tobacco in draw 3665 to double check their ticket today,” Ms Cameron advised.

“There’s nothing worse than not being able to give good news to winners and as this ticket isn’t registered to a Tatts Card, we are as much in the dark as the rest of the public!

“It’s a life-changing sum of money so we’d suggest to anyone in Williams Landing who was in the Superdraw with a chance to win, to turn your wallets and handbags upside-down, clear out the glovebox of your car and sort through the papers pinned to your fridge, to find your ticket and check it as soon as possible!

“If you think you’re holding the division one winning ticket please give Tatts a call on 131 868. We’re waiting by the phone ready to talk the happy recipient through the process of claiming their $1.9 million prize!

“The winning numbers in draw 3665 on Saturday 3 September were 40, 32, 36, 23, 28 and 7 with supplementary numbers of 39 and 41 – if these appear on your ticket, you’re in for a life changing Monday!”

Rose Truong, part-owner of Williams Landing News, Lotto & Tobacco is ecstatic to have finally cracked a division one and urges all customers to double check their entries.

“We’ve had plenty of second division wins but never sold a first division before!” she exclaimed.

“Please come in and let us give you your prize!

“Hopefully it’s a local, regular customer and quite possibly there was one very happy Father’s Day!"

Tatts reminds players of the importance of registering their tickets to a Tatts card so all of their prizes are secure and they can be contacted directly with the good news of a big win.

The weekend’s winners take the Lott’s division one winners tally up to 75 so far this financial year, including 26 in Tatts.

Throughout Australia, there were eleven entries that won a first division prize of $1,909,090.91 in the weekend’s $21 Million Superdraw 3665. Along with the division one winning entry in Williams Landing there were four division one winning entries sold in the Victorian suburbs of Kilsyth, Hoppers Crossing, Roxburgh Park and a group syndicate set up in Preston. Four division one winning entries were purchased in New South Wales and two winning entries were purchased in Queensland.