Winner of $36.6 million Powerball is yet to claim their unbelievable prize as The Lott releases details of selling outlet in a bid to jog punter’s memory
- There were three division one winning entries in Thursday’s $110m Powerball
- A young Adelaide and a Sydney couple have already claimed their new millions
- The Victorian winner with the unregistered entry ticket has yet to come forward
- The ticket was sold at Mid-Town Lotto in Gisborne in the Macedon Rangers area
Victoria’s $36.6m Powerball prize has yet to be claimed and the identity of the outlet has been revealed to encourage the winner to come forward.
There were three division one winning entrees nationally in Thursday’s record-breaking $110m Powerball draw and each winner took home $36.666.666.67.
A young Adelaide man and a Sydney couple already claimed their new millions but the mystery Victorian shopper has yet to collect their prize.
The Lott has revealed the unregistered division one winning entry tick was sold at Mid-Town Lotto, in Gisborne, in the Macedon Ranges area with hopes this will jog the winner’s memory.
There were three division one winning entrees nationally in Thursday’s record-breaking $110m Powerball draw and each winner took home $36.666.666.67 (stock photo)
The Lott spokesperson, Bronwyn Spencer, encouraged Gisborne residents and visitors to check their tickets as they could be millionaires.
‘While we haven’t been able to confirm the win with our Victorian winner, we can guarantee that when they discover the news, their life is set to change when their bank accounts balloon by a whopping $36.6 million,’ she said.
‘Make sure you check your entry as soon as possible because you may not have to go to work on Monday.
‘Instead, you could start planning how you can play by your own rules and begin your life as a newly-minted multi-millionaire.’
A young Adelaide man and a Sydney couple already claimed their new millions but the mystery Victorian shopper has yet to collect their prize (stock photo)
Mid-Town Lotto owner, John Kelly, said he was very happy that his store sold the winning ticket.
‘We’ve had this store since 2001 and this is the first division one winning entry its sold. What an entry to sell,’ Mr Kelly said.
‘Something like this is always great news in a town like ours.
‘My staff will be thrilled when I tell them as they’ve put in such a big effort this week. It’s been so busy leading up to the Powerball draw.
‘I’m sure we’ll be busy in the coming days as people check their tickets. We can’t wait to deliver the news to one of our customers.’
The Lott has revealed the unregistered division one winning entry tick was sold at Mid-Town Lotto in Gisborne in the Macedon Ranges area with hopes this will entice people who bought tickets from the store to get them checked (stock photo)
Thursday night’s $110million Powerball jackpot was the biggest ever-division one prize pool in Australian lottery history.
More than $170.4million was paid to winners across all divisions.
It wasn’t however, the biggest ever prize pool, with an OzLotto draw in November 2012 giving away $178.5million to winners in all divisions.
The winning numbers in Thursday’s Powerball draw 1209 were 6, 13, 1, 11, 23, 27 and 16. The Powerball was 11.