27 July 2020

‘Nothing too fancy’ says Caversham’s $1 million Lotto winner

A Caversham woman has been unable to eat or sleep after discovering her Saturday Lotto ticket is now worth more than $1 million.
The one week old winning Slikpik 12 ticket was produced in the Saturday Lotto draw held on 18 July and purchased online.
“Just a few days ago I wanted 2020 to go away but this has changed things – it’s amazing,” she said.
“I can now buy my dream home. I’m not an extravagant person so it won’t be anything too fancy, just something that’s mine.”
The good news for Perth’s north east didn’t stop there, with a Set for Life Division Two prize from Sunday’s draw sold from Princess Road News and Lotto in Balga.
That prize, now worth $5,000 a month for a year, remains unclaimed.
The search is also on for WA’s missing $2 million winner from the weekend’s Superdraw.
The ticket in the $20 million Superdraw was purchased from Dog Swamp Newsagency.
Thanks to WA players, hundreds of local not-for-profit community groups have received support through the Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund, with all available profits from Lotterywest tickets directed into the Fund.
This included Midland Information, Debt and Legal Advocacy Service who were impacted by COVID-19 and received a $60,000 Lotterywest grant in April.
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