Singing, dancing and champagne for Ryde grandmother after $6.87 million Super Jackpot win
A Ryde grandmother says she’s taking to the streets of Sydney to sing, dance and celebrate becoming a multi-millionaire after taking home the Jackpot Prize of almost $7 million in today’s Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw.
The overwhelmed Sydney player won the Jackpot Prize in Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw 10334, drawn Tuesday 19 November 2019. She takes home the entire jackpot prize of $6,870,000.
We had the pleasure of contacting the woman this afternoon to break the life-changing news.
“Are you kidding?” she questioned.
“Are you serious?
“I’ve been playing Lucky Lotteries for forty years!
“Oh my god! Should I dance or shout? What should I do? I’ve never won anything before in my life!
“I can’t believe it!
“How much did I win? Say it again!
“Oh my gosh I am going to go dancing in the street!
“Thank you so much. Thank you. I am forever grateful.”
The humble and emotional winner revealed her incredible prize meant she and her husband could finally enjoy retirement together.
“I have lots of children and grandchildren and I will share it with them and give generously to charity as well,” she cried with happiness.
“My husband is still working, he isn’t going to believe this. He can finally retire!
“This news has made my day, my year and we will have the best Christmas of our life!
“We will drink champagne and dance to celebrate!”
The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, purchased her multi-million-dollar winning entry of eight consecutive numbers at Foodworks Tennyson Point, 80 Tennyson Road, Gladesville.
Foodworks Tennyson Point owner Mohammad Nawaz was thrilled to discover one of his customers is now a multi-millionaire.
“Wow! That’s so exciting! Wow!” he exclaimed.
“We’ve sold a Lucky Lotteries 1st Prize in the past and a division one winning entry in Monday & Wednesday Lotto but this is by far the biggest prize we’ve ever sold!
“We are thrilled! We will be telling all of our customers and we’ll organise a celebration with all of our staff.
“We wish the winner all the best with her prize!”