How a man 'manifested' his $834,000 division one TattsLotto win

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A Victorian man believes that he "manifested" his $834,000 TattsLotto division one win.

The lucky winner, who hails from Braybrook in Victoria, cited his ritual of imagining a happy, healthy and wealthy life in his old family home when purchasing Lotto tickets his secret to taking home the $834,643.56 prize.

“I’ve been playing for decades, but I have never won division one. So I actually just developed a new system for buying my tickets, and it seems like it’s come through for me!” the ecstatic winner told an official from The Lott.

“See, when I was young, I grew up in a beautiful family home in Preston. So every now and again, I drive back to that home.

"I stare at the house and dream about living in it again, and then I go to a newsagency in the area, and I buy my TattsLotto ticket,” he said.

A man says he 'manifested' his recent lottery win. Source: The Lott
A man says he 'manifested' his recent lottery win. Source: The Lott

The Baybrook man purchased his ticket from Gilberton News Post & Lotto in Preston West. He was one of seven division one winning entry tickets drawn on Saturday, July 24.

The Melbourne man said that he had just finished the “graveyard shift” at work when he checked his ticket on The Lott app and discovered he held a winning ticket.

“I was blown away! I couldn’t believe it!” said the man.

“There was no way I was going to be sleeping after seeing that. It’s amazing! He said that his financial freedom lifted a weight off his shoulders and “made this year so much better.”

When asked how he planned to spend his winnings, the Melbourne local said that he aimed to invest in his future and turn his dreams into a reality.

“Some will also go towards my future retirement, and who knows, maybe I will buy my family home in the future!” said the Lotto winner.

Couple wins not one, but two $1m winning Lotto tickets

A Perth couple were left in disbelief when they took home almost $2 million from the lottery after buying two tickets with the same numbers.

The couple, from Beechboro in Perth, bought two tickets from different stores with the same numbers and ended up with two of the six division one winning entries – worth more than $999,000 each.

The man said he thought of a happy family home when buying his lottery ticket. Source: The Lott
The man said he thought of a happy family home when buying his lottery ticket. Source: The Lott

“I went to the Morley store to repeat the numbers on one of my previously purchased tickets,” said the woman.

“Turns out that ticket, plus the one I had purchased from the Claremont store, matched all the winning numbers from Saturday night’s draw, making them both Division One winners.”

The Beechboro woman excitedly woke her husband to share the life-changing news.

“He thought something was wrong with our cat,” she said. “I just had to sit there and shake my head in disbelief, it was incredible.”

Sydney dad wins $655,000 off free Lotto ticket

A Western Sydney dad, who is new to Lotto, has won big from a free ticket.

The Lotto newbie, who had won his free ticket from the Lott, said he was “lost for words” when he received the life-changing phone call informing him he had won $655,483.95.

“Thank you so much. I am lost for words," the winner told The Lott.

The Sydney dad does not plan to spontaneously splash out with his winnings, instead saying he will share his windfall with his wife, children and local charities.

“I will pay off my mortgage and help my kids,” said the man.

“I’ve always said if I ever won the lottery, I would help some charities I am really passionate about so I will certainly do that!”

There are more chances to make your millions with tomorrow’s Oz Lotto offering $10 million, while Thursday’s Powerball has $40 million up for grabs.

If gambling is a problem for you go to Gambling Help Online or call 1800 858 858.

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