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    A single ticket is now worth $5,333,333 after this evening's Lotto draw

    A single ticket is now worth $5,333,333 after this evening's Lotto draw


    That's made up by $5 million for Powerball, and a one-third share of Division One.

    That ticket was bought from MyLotto by a player from Ashburton

    Two other tickets also share Division One, but without the Powerball number they're worth $333,333 each.

    Those tickets were bought from Countdown Cambridge and Pak N Save Riccarton.

    And a single ticket won Strike Four - it's worth $200,000.

    That ticket was bought on My Lotto by a Waikato player.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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