Australian lotteries: review 2020.02.03-09 (updated)

Published: Saturday, February 15, 2020.

Hello, world!
First of all, congratulations to the lottery winners in Australia during last week (3-9 February). We are going to briefly present the latest trends and results of the most popular draws there.

TattsLotto

The total prize for the Saturday draw last week was $14,717,852 and this sum was shared between 407,587 people. The top prize was worth $1,104,264: 4 players won it with the odds of 1 in 8,145,060.

Powerball

During the draw on 6 February, the prize of $87,193,022 was delivered in total. Meanwhile, the total number of winners nearly reached 1.5 million (1,493,633 overall). 1 person managed to win the grand prize of $60,000,000 with a chance of 1 in 134,490,400.

Australian lotteries: review 2020.02.03-09 Oz Lotto

Last Tuesday (4 February), the prize of $15,559,531 was divided between 274,871 people in total. The jackpot of $10,000,000 was acquired by a single player. The chance of getting this prize was estimated by 1 in 45,379,620.

Monday and Wednesday Lottos

The jackpot in this draw last week (3 February) was worth $1,000,000 overall. One player managed to get 6 mains and therefore achieved the prize. The probability of this jackpot was 1 in 8,145,060. The prize of $2,464,048 was divided amongst 76,034 participants.

Super 66

The draw for last Saturday (February 8) was worth $89,837. This prize was received by 3,369 people overall. However, no one managed to win the jackpot (6 numbers), so it was pool transferred.

Lotto Strike

Throughout 3 draws last week (3 February, 5 February and 8 February), the total sum of $102,358 was divided amongst 20,509 players. No one won the jackpot in any of games and it was pool transferred.

Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot

This lottery did not take place last week.

Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot

Two draws of this lottery occured on 4 February and 7 February. There were two jackpots as well, $2,190,000 and $2,320,000 respectively. None of the players won any of these prizes last week.

Set for Life

One of the youngest and most popular lotteries in Australia is occurring on a daily basis, thus providing more opportunities to get a prize. However, no one won the jackpot - $20,000 each month for the overall period of 20 years - last week.
Kudos to the winners once again and see you next week!

There are many to celebrate a win, but last week some of our winners had more unique ways of marking the exciting occasion. Hey guys, I'm Ali from the lot with your weekly winners update. I spoke to a Castle Hill woman just off she had checked her lucky lottery super jackpot ticket online and discovered she won $100,000. When she initially made the discovery she thought her eyes were deceiving her. Once she checked her ticket multiple times and realised she really had won, she started running around the house screaming - "I won $100,000", she then went into her daughter's bedrooms and told them they needed to get out of their school uniforms because rather than going to school, they would be going out for a fun day and a nice lunch to celebrate their mom's win.

I also recently chatted to a Set for Life winner who won her prize more than three years ago. She explained all the things she's done since winning, which included taking a year off work, getting her first passport and traveling the world, changing careers completely, helping her family and friends and donating to a variety of charities. With Set for Life prize, you are paid in installments of $20,000 a month for 20 years on the 15th of every month. A Set for Life winner said she still celebrates her win on the 15th of every month by going out and spending money on something she wouldn't usually buy like a new pair of shoes, a jumper or anything nice to spoil herself and her family. You can find out more about what she's been up to on The Lott page. What would you do to celebrate a win? Maybe we will find out soon. Have a great weekend.

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