Twenty Victorians will have a spring in their step today after their syndicate entry scored a division one prize worth over $1.5 million in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw. 

The syndicate entry was one of four division one winning entries across Australia in TattsLotto draw 4121, drawn Saturday 30 January 2021. Each entry takes home a division one prize worth $1,473,168.76. 

In addition to winning division one, the Victorian syndicate’s marked System 12 entry also won division three 36 times, division four 225 times and division six 400 times bolstering the syndicate’s total prize to $1,506,399.71. 

Each syndicate member receives a share worth $75,319.99. 

Springvale Lotto set up the winning syndicate with shares in the syndicate purchased at nine Tatts outlets across the state. 

  • Springvale Lotto, Springvale (8 shares)
  • North Ringwood Newsagency, Ringwood North (4 shares)
  • Waverley Gardens Lotto, Mulgrave (2 shares)
  • Cranbourne Park Lotto, Cranborne Park (1 share)
  • Fountain Gate Lotto, Narre Warren (1 share)
  • Healesville Authorised Newsagency, Healesville (1 share)
  • Lucky Star Lotto & News, Noble Park (1 share)
  • Lucky Strike Lotto, Dandenong (1 share)
  • Nextra Lotto & News, Broadmeadows (1 share) 

Springvale Lotto owner Piseth Sok said he was thrilled his outlet had sold another division one winning syndicate entry. 

“We’re a lucky store for syndicates!” he declared. 

“We’ve sold a few division one winning syndicate entries over the past few years. The biggest was a share in a $10 million Oz Lotto prize.

“We run this syndicate every week, and it’s had a few other wins in the past, including division two and three. 

“We actually started it because one of our regular customers told us he had lucky numbers and wanted to share it around. 

“So we used those numbers to set up this entry and named it ‘road to riches’. 

“We have some players that play every week while others buy an entry every now and again. 

“It’s quite fun when we win, and we can share the prize with a group of people rather than just one person. 

“We are so happy for all of our winners!”