$ 5 Million Oz Lotto Jackpot Winning Numbers: Lottery Draw 1,389 Results


The winning Oz Lotto numbers have been revealed, but anyone hoping to hit the $ 5 million jackpot will have to wait another week.

The winning numbers for tonight’s Oz Lotto prize have been drawn.

The winning numbers were 41, 2, 21, 25, 7, 22 and 12 and the additional numbers were 1 and 4.

Tonight’s $ 5 million jackpot will increase to $ 10 million next week after there are no Division One winners.

There were, however, four division two winners – each scoring a respectable $ 38,347.90 each.

And as The Lott recently revealed the country’s luckiest suburbs, it remains to be seen if another millionaire emerges from one of the most award-winning hotspots in tonight’s 1389 draw.

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The places in Australia that had the most Division 1 winners are:

Queensland: Cairns, Edge Hill and Earlville sold six winning Division 1 entries totaling over $ 46 million

NSW and ACT: Sydney CBD and Kingswood Park / Penrith each sold three winning Division One entries totaling over $ 5.4 million and $ 3.6 million, respectively

Victoria: Shepparton sold five Division 1 wins for a total of over $ 3.8 million

Tasmania: Latrobe Wins Apple’s Island Division 1 Biggest $ 1.66 Million

South australia: Smithfield sold three Division 1 wins for a total of over $ 2.1 million

North territory: Tennant Creek took home the biggest divisional win in the territory with $ 4.8 million

Western Australia: Morley sold four Division 1 wins totaling over $ 5.8 million

But the winning numbers aren’t all what they seem to be, as another recent case of the mistaken lottery left a man who thought he had won $ 238 million in an international lottery competition empty-handed following a deceptive conduct dispute.

It was the second time that major international gambling provider Lottoland has been challenged after a woman, named Ms B, claimed earlier this year that she had a ticket to the $ 126 million Powerball prize. Americans.

But she had actually participated in another jackpot drawn on the same day as the announced Powerball with a similar logo, known as the THU Jackpot.

Another man, called Mr. O, made a similar claim to the Northern Territory Racing Commission, where Lottoland holds its Australian license.

He argued that he picked the correct numbers in another US Powerball jackpot, but actually entered the US Power contest drawn at the same time.

Both complaints accused the gaming giant of deceptive conduct, saying the games were advertised with a similar logo, causing confusion.

Lottoland has dismissed the claims, insisting it has not included “Powerball” in its products since 2016.

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