Elizabeth single mum wins $1 million lottery with accidental number selection

An Elizabeth single mother’s “lucky accident” of mis-clicking a lottery number led to a life-changing $1 million jackpot, allowing her the chance to buy her first home.

An Elizabeth woman has won $1 million in the recent Weekday Windfall lottery draw, marking a stroke of luck attributed to a happy accident in her number selection. The emotional winner, who is a single mother, expressed overwhelming joy as this win promises significant financial relief and the opportunity to purchase her first home.

The fortunate recipient discovered her windfall after participating in Weekday Windfall draw 4403 held on Friday, 14 June 2024. By unintentionally altering one of her usual lottery numbers, she secured one of the two division one prizes allocated nationally.

The unexpected millionaire was astounded by her win, stating in disbelief how the accidental selection led to her victory. She explained her shock and excitement: “It’s freaky! I used all my regular numbers except for one! I must’ve clicked it by accident instead of my normal choice.”

“I can’t believe it. It’s just insane. It was meant to be!

She elaborated on the profound impact of the win: “I’m a single mum, and I can’t even begin to tell you how much this means to me. It’s life-changing. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve checked my ticket and I’m pretty much running on no sleep.” Her winning entry was a marked 15-game ticket purchased through The Lott app, the official platform for Australia’s lotteries.

The draw’s winnings numbers for that Friday were 3, 1, 20, 9, 18, and 4 with supplementary numbers 10 and 12. Among the two national division one winners was another lucky individual from New South Wales, sharing this entry category with the Elizabeth winner.

For the fiscal year 2024, The Lott’s records reflect that their division one winners’ tally has now ascended to 399, with 30 of these being customers of SA Lotteries.

Please gamble responsibly. You win some, you lose more.

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