Lucky Mystery Aussie Wins AU$2.1 million Lottery
Perth! Don’t forget to look at your lottery tickets, you could be the next winner without even knowing it. Much like the latest mystery winner, they like many others have woken up on Monday and made their way to work, with little knowledge that they in fact, have won the AU$2.1 million Saturday lottery.
Mystery Lotto Winner
The mystery Western Australian lottery winner, is still yet to check their ticket. As the AU$2.1 million has still not been claimed from the lottery draw that took place on Saturday.
The winning ticket has been traced back to being sold to one of two winners nationally at the Gateways News & Lottery Centre in Success last week.
Winning Numbers, No Mystery
Although the winner of this incredible lottery jackpot prize may be a mystery, the winning numbers are definitely not. The public has access to the winning numbers at their convenience, which is why we urge you to check your tickets, it could be you!
If you didn’t catch it before, here are the winning numbers for Saturday’s lottery draw:
30, 13, 3, 8, 31, 35 and bonus numbers are 25 and 17.
This win happens to be the tenth division one win for Western Australia, in 2018 alone.
Dunsborough Mystery, Solved
Although Saturday’s winner may not have come forward as yet, a couple from Dunsborough has claimed their AU$1.5 million Superdraw prize a week after the draw took place.
Although the news of their win was the talk of the town, the couple remained quite relaxed about the news of their win. Claiming that they plan to start spending the money on their loved ones to help them financially. Furthermore, they are looking to travel somewhere, in business class.
The lucky South West town couple purchased their winning ticket at a Dunsborough Sea Change News outlet.
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