20 Hobart locals bag $5 million TattsLotto windfall
Twenty Hobart players have waltzed into Monday with a significantly boosted bank balance after sharing a $5 million prize in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw.
The store syndicate held the only division one winning entry nationally in TattsLotto draw 4367, drawn Saturday 27 May 2023. Their winning entry scored a total prize of $5,389,195.43.
In addition to scoring division one, the syndicate’s System 11 QuickPick entry also scored division three 30 times, division four 150 times and division six 200 times.
Each member of the syndicate received a share worth $269,018.02.
Entries into the winning store syndicate were sold at Glebe Hill Hub, Shop 13, Glebe Hill Shopping Centre, Pass Road & Rokeby Road, Howrah.
However, some members of the Tasmanian syndicate may have yet to realise their good fortune, we're urging players to check their tickets as soon as possible.
The Glebe Hill Hub team said they were over the moon for their winning customers and wished them all the best for their futures.
Imagine winning more than $5 million with a group of your local neighbours and friends. It would be an incredible feeling!
With each member of this store syndicate taking home more than $260,000, a number of people around Hobart are about to have their lives changed forever.
You could get started on those renovations you’ve always dreamt of, embark on the overseas holiday you’ve always wanted or drive away in a brand-new car.
The possibilities are endless!
While we’ll be reaching out to those syndicate members who registered their entries, there are many who have unregistered entries and may not yet know they’re part of this winning group.
If you purchased a share in a syndicate for the weekend’s TattsLotto draw, today’s the day to check it!
If you discover you’re holding a winning share, call The Lott on 131 868 to start the prize claim process!
The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto draw 4367 on 27 May 2023 were 28, 37, 7, 8, 34 and 22, while the supplementary numbers were 1 and 23.