No Monday blues for 10 Victorians thanks to their $2.9 million TattsLotto syndicate win!
Ten Victorians have found a way to beat the Monday blues with their syndicate scoring a division one prize of $2.9 million in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw.
The syndicate entry was one of the two division one winning entries across Australia in TattsLotto draw 4163, drawn Saturday 12 June 2021. Each entry won a division one prize of $2,931,602.93.
In addition to winning division one, the Victorians’ System 10 QuickPick entry also scored division two 6 times, division three 18 times, division four 90 times, division five 60 times and division six twenty times, bolstering the total win to $2,997,207.83.
Each member of the Victorian syndicate receives a share worth $299,720.78.
Shares into the central syndicate were purchased at 10 Tatts outlets across Victoria – from Gladstone Park to McCrae, including:
- Macleod Newsagency, Macleod
- Bacchus Marsh Newsagency, Bacchus Marsh
- Bulleen Plaza Newsagency, Bulleen
- 18 Lucky Lotto, Springvale
- Bairnsdale Lotto, Bairnsdale
- NewsXpress Clunes, Clunes
- Coonans Newsagency, Pascoe Vale South
- McCrae Lotto, McCrae
- Jackson Court News & Lotto, Doncaster East
- Gladstone Park Lotto & Service Centre, Gladstone Park
This Victorian syndicate held one of the two division one winning entries in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw.
We can imagine there are going to be ten very happy Victorians once they discover their win. It will surely be a day they’ll never forget!
While we’ll be reaching out to those syndicate members who registered their entries, there are many syndicate members 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 recent 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 TattsLotto draw 4163 on 12 June 2021 were 13, 45, 5, 28, 37 and 15, while the supplementary numbers were 1 and 43.