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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A single Strike Four ticket is now worth $500,000 after tonight's Lotto draw

    A single Strike Four ticket is now worth $500,000 after tonight's Lotto draw


    The ticket was bought on MyLotto by a player in Horowhenua.

    And three tickets are each now worth $333,333, sharing Division One's million dollar prize.

    Those tickets were bought from Countdown Colombo in Christchurch and on MyLotto by two players from Auckland.

    They are tonight's biggest winners; Powerball wasn't struck and jackpots to $5 million on Wednesday night.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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