12 New South Wales syndicate members share multi-million-dollar Saturday Lotto prize
Twelve New South Wales lottery players have started the week on a high after their syndicate entry scored division one in the weekend’s Saturday Lotto Superdraw.
The central syndicate entry was one of the 10 division one winning entries across Australia in Saturday Lotto’s $20 Million Superdraw, draw 4071 on 25 July 2020. Each entry won a division one prize of $2 million.
The syndicate’s System 10 QuickPick also won division three 24 times, division four 90 times and division five 15 times, boosting the total windfall to $2,031,198.20.
Each member of the syndicate will take home a prize of $169,266.53.
Shares into the syndicate were purchased at 12 different outlets across the state. These include:
- Strike It Lucky — Brookvale
- Nextra Warriewood — Warriewood
- Tweed City News — Tweed Heads South
- Northgate Newsagency —Hornsby
- Cecil Hills Newsagency— Cecil Hills
- Good Luck Lottery & Gift Shop — Fairfield
- Cooleman Court Newsagency — Weston
- Nextra Hyperdome — Tuggeranong
- Amcal Pharmacy Newington — Newington
- newsXpress Jesmond — Jesmond
- Green Valley Newsagency — Green Valley
- Ramsgate Beach Newsagency — Ramsgate
This syndicate’s entry was one of the four New South Wales entries to take home that coveted division one prize in the weekend’s Saturday Lotto $20 Million Superdraw.
What a great way to start the week knowing you’re part of a winning group!
While we’ll be reaching out to those syndicate members who registered their tickets to their NSW Players Club cards, there are several syndicate members who have unregistered entries and may not yet know they’ve scored a slice of the division one prize.
If you purchased a share in a syndicate for the recent Saturday Lotto 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 4071 on Saturday 25 July 2020 were 37, 44, 32, 9, 16 and 6, while the supplementary numbers were 11 and 12.