Buff Point mother’s shift transformed by $100,000 lottery win
A Buff Point mother has experienced the ultimate interruption while busy at work this morning – discovering her $100,000 windfall in today’s Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw.
The Central Coast resident won the 1st Prize of $100,000 in Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw 10501, drawn Thursday 4 October 2021.
So far in 2021, there have been 14 Lucky Lotteries major winning entries in the Central Coast & Hunter region, collectively worth more than $1.7 million.
“Oh my god! You’re kidding. Are you real?” she questioned when we called her this morning to deliver the winning news.
“This isn’t a hoax? I can’t believe it. I’ve never won anything in my life!
“I’m at work right now, and I’d really love to stand up and walk right out to celebrate! This is wonderful news.
“I’ve only been buying lottery tickets for three months now. I’ve been purchasing entries into the Lucky Lotteries Super and Mega Jackpot draws and Set for Life.
“When you called earlier, and I had to ring my husband to find the ticket, he nearly wet himself from excitement! He’s been purchasing lottery tickets for a very long time now.
“You’ve made my Thursday!”
With $100,000 about to land in her bank account, the elated winner said she knew exactly what she’d do.
“I think I’d like to shout the family a holiday! It’s long overdue in my household,” she shared.
“We also would like to do some renovations to our house.”
Her winning entry of three random numbers was purchased at Charmhaven Newsagency, 17 Pacific Highway, Shop 15, Northlakes Shopping Village, San Remo.
Charmhaven Newsagency owner Christine Smith said the team was overjoyed for the local winner.
“How very exciting!” she said.
“This is our second major winning entry sold in Lucky Lotteries. We sold another about six or eight months ago. It’s nice to see another one come around.
“It makes you feel warm and happy inside when you know one of your customers has won a major lottery prize! Congratulations to the winner on behalf of everyone at Charmhaven Newsagency.”