Three winning tickets in $30 MILLION lotto megadraw go unclaimed – so could you be sitting on a sneaky new year fortune?
- Division one winning tickets from Saturday’s $30 million megadraw unclaimed
- Three players from VIC yet to step forward could be millionaires before 2019
- One lucky Glen Iris winner says she is planning Europe trip following her big win
Seventeen lottery players have hit the jackpot in Satuday night’s $30 million megadraw, making them instant millionaires just in time for the new year.
But three lucky Victorian ticket-holders are yet to come forward and lay claim to their newly won fortunes.
TattsLotto draw 3907 saw 17 division one winning entries nationally, with each entry taking home a division one prize of $1,764,705.89.
Three lottery players have lucked out in Satuday night’s $30 million megadraw, making them millionaires in time for 2019 – but there’s just one catch
TattsLotto draw 3907 saw 17 division one winning entries nationally, with each entry taking home a division one prize of $1,764,705.89
The winning numbers in TattsLotto draw 3907 on Saturday 29 were 9, 33, 39, 30, 2 and 17, while the supplementary numbers were 22 and 41.
One of the winning tickets yet to be claimed was purchased from Ocean Grove Tatts and Cards. Another unclaimed division one ticket was bought from Stud Park Lotto in Rowville, in Melbourne’s southeast.
In Vicoria’s northeast, a ticket purchased from Elmore Newsagency has also been left unclaimed.
Tatts Lotto is also urging a winner from the ACT to come forward and collect their money.
Out of the 17 division one winners in TattsLotto draw 3907, eight were from Victoria, four from Western Australia, two from Queensland, two from New South Wales and the ACT and one online.
One of the winners from Saturday’s megadraw learned she had become an overnight millionaire after receiving a call from Tatts Lotto officials.
The Glen Iris local who wishes to remain anonymous became an overnight millionaire, taking home a total of $1,764,705.89.
As well as winning the coveted division one prize, the over-the-moon Melbourne resident also won division six, bolstering her total prize $1,764,720.79.
Tatts officials had made several attempts to call the winner on Sunday morning with no success until she finally answered the phone on Sunday afternoon.
‘Oh my god! Thank you so much! Amazing!’ she declared.
Tatts officials had made several attempts to call the winner on Sunday morning with no success until she finally answered the phone on Sunday afternoon
‘My Dad suggested I get an entry so I bought one a couple of days ago. Everything was already closed and I was in bed so I bought one online.
‘I saw that I had a few missed calls this morning and then remembered the draw was last night, so logged online to check my entry.
‘I saw that I had won something, but because I’ve never won online before I didn’t realise it was that much!
‘I had to send a screenshot of the ticket to my Dad to double check. I always joke with him about things like this so he didn’t believe me!’
When asked how she planned to use her life-changing windfall, the exuberant winner revealed she had a few ideas on how to enjoy it.
‘I’m going to give some to my parents to help them out!’ she explained.
‘I’ll definitely buy a new car and invest some for the future and for a house, but I’ll most likely be heading to Europe this coming year.
‘My girlfriends and I had been talking about going this year but now I can go in style – maybe with a bit of luxury instead of scrimping and saving!’