A Bargo woman has her long-used, special numbers to thank after winning a whopping $1.8 million in the weekend's Saturday Lotto draw.
The winning woman held one of the 11 division one winning entries in Saturday Lotto draw 4257 on Saturday May 7, 2022.
Each division one winning entry scored $1,818,181.82.
Confirming her win with an official from The Lott, the thrilled woman admitted she thought she might have been seeing things when she first checked her entry.
"To be honest with you, I couldn't move after I'd checked the ticket!" she proclaimed.
"I was shaking so much.
"Honestly, I thought I might have been hallucinating. Even now I can't believe it's true."
The woman said she called her family straight away.
"I said, 'I think I've won Lotto'. We were all so excited," she said.
"I'm going to share it with my children and grandchildren of course. I might buy a cat and dog so they can chew through the money with me.
"This is fantastic, I've worked morning to night my whole life so I'm looking forward to enjoying my life more moving forward."
The life-enhancing marked 14-game entry was purchased at Bargo Newsagency.
Bargo Newsagency owner Encan Huang said he was ecstatic his outlet had sold a division one winning entry.
"We immediately realised someone was going to have an incredible Mother's Day and could not have been happier for the winner," he said.
"It's put Bargo on the map and the community is buzzing with all the excitement.
"We would like to congratulate the winner and hope this life changing win makes all their dreams come true."
The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto draw 4257 on May 7, 2022 were 6, 45, 13, 11, 17 and 7, while the supplementary numbers were 43 and 23.
Across Australia, there were 11 division one winning entries in Saturday Lotto draw 4257 - four from Queensland, three from Victoria and one each from New South Wales, South Australia, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
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