Lotterywest is still waiting to hear from Western Australia’s two $1.3 million Division 1 winners from the weekend’s Saturday Lotto Superdraw.
The winning tickets were sold at Rockingham Central Lottery Centre and The Downs Chemmart Pharmacy in Wembley Downs.
Lotterywest spokeswoman Pina Compagnone said while it was still early days the delay in Division 1 winners coming forward was unusual.
“At this stage we’re encouraging players who purchased tickets from the winning stores to check their numbers,” Ms Compagnone said.
“You might be our latest millionaires and not even realise,” she added.
So far this year WA has produced 12 Division 1 Lotto winners – three of these in the last three days.
This week’s Monday Lotto draw saw two Port Kennedy pensioners become instant millionaires after claiming the only Division 1 win nationwide.
The draw also delivered wins to a further 15,000 WA players who doubled their prizes in Divisions 2-6. Tonight’s Wednesday Lotto draw will see the Double Win Day promotion return.
Tickets for tonight’s Double Win Day are available from Lotterywest in-store, through Play Online or by downloading the app. Punters have until 6pm on draw day to purchase their tickets.
Another Australian Set for Life!
Australia has welcomed another 1st Prize winner who is set to receive $20,000 each month for the next 20 years following last night’s Set for Life draw.
The winning ticket was sold in the Sydney suburb of Kogarah and remains unclaimed.
Last night’s winner joins 18 other national winners who are already enjoying their monthly instalments of the Set for Life windfall.
A Set for Life draw is conducted every night of the week, 365 days each year, and players can start their seven day Set for Life entry on any day of the week.
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