10 Wandong players have dream start to 2021 with million-dollar TattsLotto Megadraw prize
Ten Wandong players have had a winning start to 2021, sharing a million-dollar division one prize from the weekend’s TattsLotto $30 Million Megadraw.
The store syndicate held one of the 19 division one winning entries in TattsLotto draw 4117, drawn Saturday 2 January 2021. Each division one winning entry scored $1,578,947.37.
In addition to winning division one, the syndicate’s System 7 entry also won division three 6 times and division six 12 times, bolstering the total prize to $1,584,303.87. Each member of the 10-strong syndicate receives a share worth $158,430.39.
Entries into the winning store syndicate were sold at Wandong Post, News & Tatts, Shop 3, 3272 Epping-Kilmore Road, Wandong.
Wandong Post, News & Tatts owner Bhavik Barot said he was excited to see some of his customers have a rewarding start to 2021.
“We’ve been spreading the news and letting everyone know. We’re celebrating with our customers, who are excited and glad to see a win here,” he said.
“This is the first division one winning entry we’ve sold.
“To all our winning syndicate members, we say live your dreams!”.
While many of the syndicate members registered their entries to a player card, others may have yet to discover they’re part of this winning group.
After the twists and turns of 2020, could there be any better way of starting 2021 than sharing a division one prize? We can’t wait to unite all the syndicate members with their prize, so today’s the day to check those tickets lying around the home, car and anywhere else.
If you think you’re part of this winning Wandong group, contact us immediately on 131 868 to start the prize claim process.
The winning numbers in TattsLotto draw 4117 on 2 January 2021 were 7, 5, 16, 44, 14 and 17, while the supplementary numbers were 26 and 31.
Across Australia, there were 19 division one winning entries in TattsLotto draw 4117 – six in Victoria, four in New South Wales, three each in South Australia and Western Australia, two in Queensland and one in Tasmania.