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Lotterywest searching for three Saturday Lotto players from WA yet to claim winning tickets

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West Aussies who tried their luck in Saturday’s Lotto draw are urged to check their numbers as three winning tickets remain unclaimed.

Lotterywest revealed on Monday the Division One prizes were set to make each of the three players $832,394 richer.

The winning tickets were sold at Newburn Newsagency in High Wycombe, Flinders Square Lucky Lotto in Yokine, as well as one online ticket.

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Saturday’s draw also produced 13 Division Two victories worth more than $11,000 each, as well as two Super 66 Division Two wins worth $6666.

As the end of the financial year approaches, this Saturday’s $30 million Mid-Year Megadraw offers players a chance at a cash injection additional to their tax returns.

“Last year’s Mid-Year Megadraw saw a ticket from Dog Swamp Newsagency in Yokine turn into $2 million and was among 15 Division One winning tickets across the country,” Lotterywest spokesperson Zoe Wender said.

“After another Yokine win in last weekend’s draw, we’re hoping the good news will continue for WA in Saturday’s $30 million Mid-Year Megadraw.”

Tickets to Saturday’s $30 million Mid-Year Megadraw are available for purchase in-store, online and via the Lotterywest App until 6pm Saturday, June 29.

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