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    Powerball and Strike Four managed to elude players in this evening's Lotto Draw, but three tickets share Division One's million dollars

    Powerball and Strike Four managed to elude players in this evening's Lotto Draw, but three tickets share Division One's million dollars


    Each is now worth $333,333.

    The three winning tickets were bought from Countdown Browns Bay in Auckland, Avondale Foodmarket in Avondale and on MyLotto by a player in Ashburton.

    Powerball will now be worth $8 million on Wednesday night, and Strike Four jackpots to $600,000.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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