Check your tickets NOW! A lucky Aussie goes to bed not knowing they hit the $30 million Powerball jackpot: ‘We don’t have their data’
- A NSW Powerball player has won $30 million
- De Lott does not have their contact details
NSW lottery players have been urged to check their Powerball tickets with one mystery winner claiming the $30 million jackpot.
The Lott revealed that the only Division 1 winner has bought their game online for Thursday’s match, draw 1404, and will become Australia’s second biggest lottery winner of 2023 when they claim their prize.
The winning numbers for the draw were 27, 33, 19, 29, 5, 12 and 15 with the Powerball number 4.
“Imagine going to bed tonight not knowing you just won $30 million? That’s the reality for one New South Wales player after scoring division one in tonight’s Powerball draw!’ said Lott spokesman Matt Hart.
NSW lottery players have been urged to check their Powerball tickets with one mystery winner set to claim $30 million
The winning numbers for the draw were 27, 33, 19, 29, 5, 12 and 15 with the Powerball number 4
‘Although the New South Wales entry was purchased online, unfortunately we don’t have their full contact details so we can’t call them this evening.
“We therefore encourage anyone in New South Wales who has purchased an entry for tonight’s Powerball draw to check their entries, as they may just be the multimillionaire we are looking for!”
On top of the $30 million jackpot, two more division two winners took home $281,829 each, while 73 division three champions took home $4,718 each.
Mr Hart said The Lott officials are delighted to hear from the first division Powerball winner.
“While we can’t confirm victory with tonight’s winner, we can guarantee that when they find out the news, it’s sure to be quite a mix of shock and excitement!” he said.
“In addition to seeing the massive $30 million prize pool in their bank account, this player also takes home the title of Australia’s second biggest lottery winner of 2023 to date.”
HOW TO CLAIM THE LOTTOP PRIZES
For entries purchased online or through the Lott app
If you win a prize from a purchase made using your online lottery account:
We transfer the prize money directly to the same account, usually the next day.
You will also be notified by email if your entry wins a prize if your details are registered with The Lott.
For Division 1 and Lucky Lotteries Jackpot or 1st prizes:
The prize money will be deposited directly into your online lottery account after the expiry of a provisional period of two weeks.
We will also call you personally with the good news!
For store-bought items
Prices less than $1500 can be claimed at any Tatts retail outlet.
Prices $1500 and up can be paid by check or wire transfer (EFT) in person at our main office, or by mail with a prize claim form.
Division 1 Prizes and Lucky Lotteries Jackpot or 1st prize can be paid via check or Eftpos in person at our main office or by mail with a prize claim form. For these prices there is a provisional period of two weeks before your payment can be made.
Source: The Lot