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    One Powerball ticket is now worth $18,200,000 after tonight's Lotto Draw

    One Powerball ticket is now worth $18,200,000 after tonight's Lotto Draw


    The ticket was one of 5 to share first division's million dollars, but unlike the other four it also had the lucky Powerball number 5 for the $18 million jackpot.

    The winning Powerball ticket was bought from Gulf Harbour Four Square in Whangaparaoa.

    The other First Division $200,000 winners were bought from Paper Plus Taupo, Pak N Save Kilbirnie in Wellington, Pak N Save Riccarton in Christchurch, and on MyLotto by a player from Auckland.

    Strike 4 wasn't won tonight, and jackpots to Wednesday night.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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