One Canberran is among a group of 20, who’ve each taken a share of $1.4 million dollars in Saturday’s Lotto draw.
The division one winning syndicate was made of people from as far away as Tweed Heads on the New South Wales/Queensland Border all the way down to Canberra and through to Batemans Bay.
However, not all the tickets in the Saturday Lotto syndicate were registered, with some winners still unaware of their fortune.
The Lott spokesperson Matt Hart said the winning ticket was purchased at the Gifted & More store in Kaleen.
“If you purchased a share in a syndicate for the recent Saturday Lotto draw, today’s the day to check it!”
“If you discover you’re holding a winning share, call The Lott on 131 868 to start the prize claim process!”
Each member of the syndicate walks away with $73,542.