In case you missed it: Bon Appetit! Big lottery wins serve up a treat
Forget a lavish jar of caviar and a glass of bubbly, one of our winners this week preferred a three-kilogram steak to celebrate his mouth-watering major lottery win.
What would be your food of choice to devour if you scored a lottery windfall?
Check out this week’s delicious highlights.
Saturday Lotto’s special event crowns three multi-millionaires
Three Lotto lovers entered the new week as multi-millionaires, thanks to Saturday Lotto’s boosted $10 million division one prize pool last weekend.
The life-changing wins landed in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
One of these winners was a Melrose Park woman who had to pull over to the side of the road to answer the unforgettable phone call.
“Oh my god! That’s amazing! I’m just on the side of the road. I’ve pulled over. I don’t think I can drive home at the moment. Three million dollars! Thank you! Thank you so much,” she screamed.
Raceview father scores splashing $1 million win
Summer is looking bright for one Raceview father who won $1 million in this week’s Wednesday Gold Lotto.
“Wow! I still can’t believe it. I was woken up by my little one in the early hours of the morning, so I logged into The Lott app and checked the results. I thought to myself, ‘is this real?’, he laughed.
The Ipswich player shared he’d treat the family to a new pool, just in time for the warmer weather!
Order up! Lottery win with a side of steak
A Townsville dad is not only looking forward to receiving his $100,000 Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot prize, but also a sizzling three-kilogram steak to celebrate the win!
“A win is always a nice surprise! It’s extraordinary! I was minding my own business this morning until I realised I had a couple of missed calls while my phone was on silent.
“My wife and I always said if we won a major lottery prize, we’d go out and enjoy a nice three-kilogram steak. I guess this is the time!”
Childhood Cancer Association receives $50,000 donation
Did you know that every week in South Australia, a child is diagnosed with cancer? With every new diagnosis, the Childhood Cancer Association is on hand to help out.
Childhood Cancer Association is one of Australia’s key childhood cancer support organisations and provides a range of practical, hands-on assistance to kids with cancer and their families.
From counselling, accommodation and respite, to education, support and survivorship assistance – these vital services are all tailored to meet the needs of each individual family.
To support their amazing work, we made another $50,000 contribution.
We look forward to another week of winning stories! Stay tuned.