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27 May 2020 14:10
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  •   Home > News > National > Auckland

    One Lotto ticket bought by an Auckland player is now worth $1 million - winning first division in tonight's off-air electronic draw

    One Lotto ticket bought by an Auckland player is now worth $1 million - winning first division in tonight's off-air electronic draw


    Powerball wasn't struck - and jackpots to $10 million on Wednesday.

    Nobody won Strike 4 either, so that jackpots to $600,000 on Wednesday.

    Tonight's lotto numbers were 6, 10, 11, 13, 20, and 30.

    The Bonus Ball was 31, and Powerball was 2.

    Strike Four numbers came in this order: 20, 10, 6 then 11.

    All Lotto tickets are being bought on-line during the lockdown.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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