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Tomorrow's $21 million Superdraw set to spread excitement in WA

4 September 2015

With tomorrow's $21 million Saturday Lotto Superdraw drawing closer, retailers have been reporting a busy day with lots of players visiting stores to grab their tickets.

Metro Maddington Lottery Centre is no stranger to Lotto luck when it comes to Superdraws - they sold a $1.2 million Division 1 ticket in the last one held in August.

Julie Dowd from the store said it had been a very busy morning and she was doing her best to help sell another big winner.

"It's all good vibes and positivity here! We're welcoming everyone and hoping our charm pays off. Let's hope we can strike it lucky a second time," she said.

The Superdraw comes only a few days after one WA player picked up the only Division 1 win from across the nation in Wednesday's Lotto draw. The ticket was sold at Geraldton Lottery Centre and is still officially unclaimed.

Lotterywest spokesperson Pina Compagnone said the win had created excitement this week and tomorrow night's Superdraw was set to raise even more.

"During our busiest hour tomorrow, we anticipate about 600 tickets will be churning out of terminals each minute," she said.

WA's Division 1 winners tally for the year currently sits at 67. These winners have shared in more than $180 million worth of prize money.

When players purchase a ticket in tomorrow night's Superdraw, they're not only in with a chance to be the next Division 1 winner, they are also helping to raise funds to support the local community.

Tomorrow night's Superdraw is expected to raise close to $4.5 million for the community.

Tickets for the Superdraw are available until 6pm tomorrow from retailers in-store, through Play Online or the Lotterywest App.

Play Online player pockets $100,000 Powerball prize

Next week Lotto players will have another chance to win big when a $15 million Powerball jackpot goes up for grabs.

Although no one took out the Division 1 prize last night, almost 34,000 WA players took home a prize including one Play Online player who picked up a Division 2 prize worth $103,006.

Tickets for the Powerball jackpot can be purchased until 6pm, next Thursday.


Media Enquiries Pina Compagnone: 9340 5227/ 0438 996 884

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