A Banora Point woman is beside herself after discovering her $100,000 Lucky Lotteries super jackpot more than two weeks after the draw.
The northeastern New South Wales resident won 1st Prize of $100,000 in the Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot 10647 draw, drawn on Wednesday August 17, 2022.
The winning woman’s ticket was unregistered, so lottery officials had no way of contacting the ticket holder with the exciting news until she emerged 17 days later. .
“I’m so excited, I can’t believe it!” she exclaimed, speaking to an official from The Lott this morning.
“I only occasionally play Super Jackpot Lucky Lotteries, so this is a great win.
“I haven’t really had a lot of time to think about how I’m going to celebrate.
“I’ll probably drink champagne and pay the house.
“I could probably take some time off, but I’ll keep working.
“It will take the pressure off.
“Thanks a lot!”
His winning work was purchased at Tweed Town NewsShop 245 Tweed City Shopping Centre, 54 Minjungbal Drive, Tweed Heads South.
Tweed Town News Manager Sue Wood said her team was delighted to sell their seventh Lucky Lotteries 1st Prize winning ticket.
“We have been here for 34 years! We are so excited for our region. Our residents have been through so much since the floods and we are thrilled to give back to the people who support us,” she said.
“Congratulations to our winner! We wish them all the best with their award and hope it helps their dreams come true.
The Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot prize is now $14.21 million for the 1590 draw, while the Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot prize is now $26.02 million for the 10671 draw.
In FY22, 169 Lucky Lotteries 1st prize and jackpot winning entries across Australia won over $32.95 million.
Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot and Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot are raffle-type games, which means that there are a set number of tickets in each draw. As each ticket number is unique, there is no price sharing.
Each game has two draws – one that determines the winning numbers and one that determines the jackpot number. If the jackpot number matches one of the winning numbers, the jackpot prize is won. If the jackpot number does not match one of the winning numbers, the jackpot prize will increase for the next draw.
Tickets can be purchased at any authorized lottery outlet, online at thelott.com or via The Lott mobile app.
The official home of Australian lotteries, The Lott operates and markets the leading Australian lottery games that customers know and love to create everyday winners, everyday winners.
In FY22, over 133.5 million winners took home over $3.93 billion in winnings from their favorite games on The Lott, including Saturday Lotto, Monday Lotto and Wednesday Lotto , Powerball, Oz Lotto, Set for Life, Lucky Lotteries, Keno and Super 66. , Lotto Strike and Instant Scratch-Its.
Last year, Australia’s official lotteries paid out more than $1.6 billion through state lottery taxes and donations to help community initiatives, such as hospitals, health research, disaster relief disaster and education.