- A woman who sought anonymity made slight changes to her usual numbers, something that led to her winning the lottery
- The mother, who hails from Sydney, Australia, was one of two winners who took home $2.5 million which is equivalent to R42 million
- According to the mom, when she heard the news the first thing that came to her mind was "no more renting"
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A woman who has been playing the same lottery numbers for six years is celebrating after winning a huge amount of money.
The mother, who hails from Sydney, Australia, won the lottery after she changed her numbers for the first time in more than half a decade.
This method is super common as many hope that, eventually, their lucky numbers will help them to secure the bag.
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According to 97.3FM, the woman was one of two winners who took home R42 million, which is equivalent to $2.5 million.
In a statement she said:
“I play Saturday Lotto every week and I’ve been playing the same numbers for six years. But you wouldn’t believe it, it was a week ago when I decided to change the numbers I’ve been playing for all these years and that’s what won me division one."
According to the woman, when she got the money the first thing that came to her mind was "no more renting".
“We are going to buy a big house with a granny flat so all our family can come and stay. We will also love a new car and we will be helping out our children," she said.
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