WA Lotto winners: Ticket sold in Derby wins Saturday Lotto division one prize of $1.5 million
WA’s tally of division one Lotto winners this month has risen to seven after a big Saturday Lotto win.
A ticket purchased from Derby Newsagency in the Kimberley claimed a division one prize of more than $1.5 million.
So far the biggest month for division one winners is February with 10, but December still has the chance to overhaul that total.
“To date, December has created seven division one winners, which is a wonderful way to finish the year,” Lotterywest spokesperson James Mooney said.
“Almost $16 million has been shared in division one prizes with our WA winners across this month.
“The next big chance for players to win big is the upcoming $30 million Megadraw on 2 January 2021.”
Tickets are available from Lotterywest in-store, online or via the app.
The division one win wasn’t where the good luck ended, with 20 division two winners also sold in the state.
Those tickets were sold from: Derby Newsagency, Front Page News, Full Hand Lottery centreInnaloo Lottery Centre, Kelmscott Newsagency, NewsXpress Carramar, Nextra Ellenbrook, Nextra Merredin, Subiaco Lotteries and News, The Lucky Charm Warnbro, West Perth Newsagency, Woodley’s Central Newsagency and Lottery Centre as well as Lotterywest memberships online.WA's massive month of Lotto winners continued over the weekend, with the state producing another instant millionaire.
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