One lucky Australian could find themselves $200 million richer if they claim Powerball’s record-breaking prize on Thursday night.
Draw 1446 jackpotted to $200 million after the division one jackpot of $150 million went unclaimed last week.
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Thursday night’s draw marks the biggest lottery offer the country has ever seen, surpassing the $160 million Powerball draw in 2022.
“It’s difficult to fathom a prize of this magnitude, but so exciting for Aussies to have the opportunity to change the course of their lives with a record-breaking $200 million prize,” Lott spokesperson James Eddy said.
If you’re a registered user and your prize is more than $40 million, a representative from The Lott will phone you “immediately after the draw” to take you through the prize claim process.
However, if you’re not a registered player and you’re holding a winning ticket, lottery officials will not be able to contact you.
In this case, you need to call The Lott on 131 868 to start the process of claiming your millions.
After contact has been made, winners have to wait two weeks before the cash is transferred into their accounts.
“Be sure to keep your phone handy and close by on Thursday night because if it starts ringing, it could be us calling with some life-changing news,” he said.
“Will we crown the biggest lottery winner in Australian history on Thursday? Will we see the prize shared between a number of players? Or will the jackpot climb higher?
“Whatever the result, we can’t wait to see what happens.”
If you’re concerned about your gambling or the gambling of a friend or family member, log on to Gambling Help Online or make contact via phone on 1800 858 858.
You can access online counselling as well as services in your state or territory and support for family and friends.