A Mount Druitt mother had her workday completely turned on its head in the best way possible yesterday after discovering she became a multi-millionaire in the latest Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw.
The Sydney resident won the Jackpot Prize of $10.5 million in Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw 10841, drawn Monday 11 March 2024.
“Oh my god! Thank you so much. I prayed for this!” she exclaimed when we confirmed the life-changing news.
“I saw it yesterday. I was at work, and I went on my lunch break. I received some emails about the tickets being drawn.
“Then I saw that someone had won the Jackpot Prize. I was thinking ‘Wow. That’s exciting.’.
“Then I started to check my tickets. I didn’t see my winning ticket straight away. I actually checked every other ticket first.
“Finally, I saw one ticket that said ‘win’. I was honestly hoping for the 1st Prize of $100,000.

“I opened it and oh my god! It was blinding to my eyes. Ten million dollars! I couldn’t believe it. I couldn’t stop shaking.

“I’m thinking this must be a dream. Is this real?
“I called my husband right away. I said ‘Honey, would you believe me if I said I won ten million dollars?’.
“He thought it was a scam. He said he wouldn’t believe it until someone confirmed it.
“I had to calm myself down before going back to work. I couldn’t even eat my lunch. I was in too much shock.
“I couldn’t sleep last night either. I was up until 3am tossing and turning, but I don’t even care because it’s for the most amazing reason!”
When asked how she’d use her newfound fortune, she shared she already had a few things on her to-do list.
“What comes straight to mind first is paying off our mortgage!” she said.
“Also, our shower has been leaking for a little while and we had been putting off fixing it. Well, now we can fix it and the whole house!
“It’s just amazing. This is going to help my family so much.
“I’ll also be able to go overseas and see the rest of my family.
“It’s such a huge amount of money. I still can’t believe it.”
The winning woman’s entry of 10 random numbers was purchased via The Lott app – the official home of Australia’s lotteries.