$20 million Oz Lotto prize lands on Queensland's iconic Gold Coast!
The sun will be shining very brightly today for the holder of the single-winning Oz Lotto entry purchased on Queensland’s iconic Gold Coast, who has won last night’s entire $20 million Oz Lotto jackpot!
The division one winning Oz Lotto entry was registered to a Winners Circle card and Golden Casket is endeavouring to get in touch with the new multi-millionaire to break the life-changing news to them!
Gold Coast hopefuls should wait by their phone as Golden Casket attempts to get in touch with the registered winner.
Customers who purchased a registered Oz Lotto entry at Paradise Point News, Shop 11 Grice Avenue, Paradise Point are encouraged to check their tickets as soon as possible to discover whether they are the country’s largest Oz Lotto multi-millionaire!
Peter Chislett the owner of Paradise Point News and is thrilled his outlet sold the only division one winning entry in last night’s Oz Lotto draw.
“It’s pretty incredible – this is our third division one winning entry we have sold in the past 14 months,” Mr Chislett explained.
“This is such great news for the local community and for one of our customers.
“We pride ourselves on providing the best customer service to all our customers and this just tops it off! I think we’re a lucky newsagency and it’s so exciting to have sold a division one winning ticket and changed the life of one of our customers.
“We’d like to congratulate our newest first division one winner and wish them all the best.”
In March 2015, Paradise Point News sold a Saturday Gold Lotto prize worth more than $470,000 to a man from the Gold Coast who workers as a carer with a passion for breeding horses.
Then just six months later in October 2015 lightning struck the outlet again when a Gold Coast couple in their 50s became millionaires when they won a $2 million Saturday Gold Lotto prize!
The winning numbers in Oz Lotto’s $20 million draw 1168 on Tuesday 5 July 2016 were 43, 41, 37, 14, 9, 2 and 31. The supplementary numbers were 1 and 17.