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Million dollar chance

Verenaisi Raicola
Saturday, January 26, 2013

Fiji Tattslotto is looking forward to a new, bigger than ever and refreshing year in servicing the public of Fiji in 2013.

Fiji Tattslotto resident executive director Graeme Brown said with many winners occurring last year they were looking at rejuvenating the Tatts Lotto and Scratch Ticket products, with plenty more opportunities for people to win big money.

Next Tuesday January 29, 2013 their mid-week OZ Lotto Super Seven Draw No 989 has Jackpotted to A$20million equivalent to $34million, and their Valentines Saturday Superdraw on February 9, 2013 First Division Prize Pool would be approximately equivalent to F$36,000,000-00.

"A lot of money to dream, in draw no: 3293," he said.

Mr Brown said, "Recently a person won millions in the Nasinu and Nakasi area. Plenty of winners have come from Gamezone Lotto, Tebara Complex and from Hansons Supermarket Lotto over an extended period."

"Anyone can win, if you pick the correct numbers which are drawn out of the barrel. By buying a ticket members of the public are also helping the Fiji Sports Council in building a better sporting nation," he said.

The Fiji Tattslotto wishes all their customers good luck and a prosperous year.





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