$20m jackpot up for grabs

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There’s a whopping $20 million up for grabs for the Tuesday night lotto after weeks of nobody claiming the lucrative prize, causing it to jackpot.

    There’s a whopping $20 million up for grabs for the Tuesday night lotto after weeks of nobody claiming the lucrative prize, causing it to jackpot.

    So far this year, there have been 13 Oz Lotto division one wins worth more than $197 million.

    NSW and Victoria have scored four division one wins each, Western Australia has enjoyed three, while Queensland and Northern Territory have one.

    This is the fifth time Oz Lotto has offered a prize of $20 million this year.

    The last time an Aussie nabbed a division one prize was late last month, when a Queensland mum was lucky enough to take home $30 million.

    A Gold Coast mum walked away with a staggering $30 million in Oz Lotto on September 22.

    The Burleigh woman in her 30s promised to “share the kindness” after learning of the win.

    The lucky winner was making a cup of tea before bed when she got a phone call with the life-changing news.

    “What! Is this legit?” the winner initially questioned. “Are you serious? Oh my goodness.

    “This amazing! This is life-changing. I have no idea what to say,” she said. “Everybody has had such a strange year with Covid. Our family’s lives have been turned upside down. But with this, we can set ourselves up, set our kids up, set our family up. It will change our lives, and we’ll want to share that kindness with others.

    “I actually checked the draw results before, but they weren’t ready, so I went and had a shower,” she said. “I have a cup of tea to drink, but I think we’ll have a drink instead.”

    A survey from Oz Lotto past winners found the most popular thing to do with the windfall was invest it for the future – which 63 per cent of survey respondents said they did.

    The next most common way to spend the money was, heartwarmingly, helping out family and friends, coming in 52 per cent.

    Of the winners, 41 per cent paid off their mortgage with their new-found cash.

    Then 36 per cent bought a new car, 25 per cent donated to charity and 23 per cent bought a new house.

    Thirteen per cent retired from work while five per cent switched jobs or dropped down to part-time.

    Only three per cent decided to take the plunge and start a new business venture.

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