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    Ten lucky Lotto Powerball players have each won a five-million dollar share in last night's 50-million dollar jackpot... but delays on Lotto's website and app are frustrating users

    Ten lucky Lotto Powerball players have each won a five-million dollar share in last night's 50-million dollar jackpot... but delays on Lotto's website and app are frustrating users


    Five of the winning tickets were purchased online in Auckland, and another online in Tauranga.

    The remaining winning tickets were sold at stores in Auckland, Napier, Palmerston North and Invercargill.

    Lotto CEO Chris Lyman says they're hopeful users can access the website and app by 6 this evening.

    He says the large volume of tickets sold caused the delays.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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