Aussies dreaming of becoming a millionaire could snap up $2 million in Tuesday night’s Oz Lotto draw.
So far this year there have been three division one winning entries that have taken home an Oz Lotto jackpot – one from Victoria, one from the Northern Territory and one from Western Australia.
Ally Ramsamy, The Lott spokeswoman, said excitement was building ahead of the draw.
“We also urge players to register their entries to a player card or online account. Not only does registration ensure a winner’s prize is secure, it also ensures they can be contacted directly with news of their division one win,” she said.
“And a $2 million call is certainly something you don’t want to miss.”
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The last time someone scored an Oz Lotto division one prize was last week when a Northern Territory syndicate of ten people scored the lot.
A happy horde of 10 players from the town of Humpty Doo in the Northern Territory are now each a multi-millionaire after their syndicate scored $35 million in Oz Lotto.
In addition to pocketing the $35 million division one prize, the syndicate also scored division three 21 times, division five 63 times, and division six 35 times, bolstering the total win to $35,093,777.
“I only just woke up! Are you kidding me?” one of the syndicate members exclaimed when his win was revealed. “Holy moly. God, I love ya. I need a cup of tea to calm down.”
The last time a $2 million Oz Lotto prize was won was in November 2020 when a South Australia took home the entire prize.
In 2020, there were 24 division one winning Oz Lotto entries across Australia, collectively winning more than $234 million.