The New Zealand Lotto is one of the most popular and widely available forms of betting. Draws for the lucky winners take place regularly. They were usually live draws at the studio, but now, because of the lockdown, they are computer-generated. We are going to give an overview of the New Zealand Lottery results for the week covering from the 26th of March to the 1st of April.
Powerball and Strike Rolled Over on the 26th of March
The Powerball and Strike lottery draws did not reveal a winner on that draw. Therefore, they will be rolled over. That means that a prize pool of $8.3 million will be available for the next draw, which will take place on Saturday. The Powerball that no one struck has a jackpot of $7 million, and the lotto First Division will have a $1 million jackpot. As for the Strike, it was worth $300,000. The 26th of Mach draw was the last live draw before the lockdown, and all draws will be computer-generated by NZ Lotto.
Second Division Lottery Results Reveal 21 Winners
On the 26th of March, there were also some winners. The Lottery results revealed a total of 21 winners. They each won $7428 through the live second division lottery draw that took place on the 26th of March. That is not all, as two lucky players also claimed the Powerball Second Division, with total winnings of $12,081. The players bought these tickets before the lockdown, at Pak n Save Ormiston, Auckland, and the Caltex Bayfair, Tauranga. As for the 21 winners that the lottery results announced, they got their tickets mostly in Auckland.
Tauranga Player Hits the $1 Million Jackpot on the 1st of April
A lucky Lottery Tauranga player celebrated a massive win on the 1st of April. He claimed the $1 million prize through the Lotto First Division draw. He has gotten his ticket online through MyLotto. As for the Powerball, no lucky players again, and it was rolled over to Saturday with a $9 million jackpot. The same with the Strike, with a $500,000 jackpot rolled over to Saturday.
Second Division Lottery Results – Five Lucky Winners
Five lucky winners celebrated a great payout through the second division lottery results. The draw took place on the 1st of April. It was after the lockdown, so it was a computer-generated draw. Each player of these five lucky players cashed-in $19,129 during the Second Division lottery draw. The players got their tickets through MyLotto online, and they were from Otago, Waikato, and Auckland.