A Morayfield resident or visitor is poised to have a $730,000 boost to their bank account, but first, they need to check their Saturday Gold Lotto ticket.
The elusive player held one of the seven division one winning entries in Saturday Gold Lotto draw 4299, October 1, 2022. Each entry took home $733,492.92.
However, the winning entry was not registered to a player card, which means officials from The Lott cannot contact the ticketholder and must wait for them to check their ticket.
The winner was bought at Nextra Morayfield Plaza News, in Morayfield Shopping Centre.
“This winner is likely oblivious that they’ve become a division one winner over the long weekend,” said The Lott spokesperson Anna Hobdell.
“We’re urging anyone who purchased a Saturday Gold Lotto ticket at Nextra Morayfield Plaza News to check their tickets today!
“How exciting would it be to discover you’ve won more than $733,000? It would be an unforgettable moment!”
The winning numbers in Saturday Gold Lotto draw 40, 25, 32, 20, 30, 9. The supplementary numbers 34 and 35.
Across Australia, there were seven division one winning entries in Saturday Gold Lotto draw - three each in Queensland and New South Wales, and one in South Australia.
The Lott’s division one winning tally has now reached 340 so far this calendar year, including 79 won by Golden Casket customers.
In FY22, Saturday Gold Lotto created 196 millionaires across Australia.
During this time, there were 324 division one winning in Saturday Gold Lotto entries across Australia that collectively won more than $461.69 million.
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