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Powerball jackpot is left unclaimed giving Australians chance to scoop $50million in Thursday draw 

Feeling lucky? Powerball jackpot is left unclaimed for four weeks – giving Australians a chance to scoop $50MILLION in tomorrow’s draw

  • Thursday’s Powerball division one prize has reached a whopping $50million
  • The incredible prize is due for four weeks without a division one prize winner 
  • The last Powerball division winner was crowned in late May with $17million

Australians have the chance to scoop a whopping $50million in tomorrow’s night Lotto after the prize went unclaimed for four weeks.

Thursday’s draw is the third largest prize offered by an Australian lottery in 2020.

The Lott spokesman Matt Hart said the win could give someone an incredible start to the new financial year.

Thursday's $50million draw is the third largest prize offered by an Australian lottery in 2020 (stock image)

Thursday’s $50million draw is the third largest prize offered by an Australian lottery in 2020 (stock image)

‘So far this year we have seen five Powerball division one winners collectively taken home more than $189 million,’ he said.

‘We’re eagerly waiting to see if we might crown our next division one winner this week.

‘Imagine all the exciting plans you could make for the new financial year with an extra $50million in your bank account.’

He said it would give the winner the chance to create their dream life. 

The last Powerball division one prize winner was crowned in late May.

The Logan, Queensland, man won $17million and planned to break the news by arriving home in a flash car.

One in six adults are expected to purchase a ticket before the draw on Thursday.  

The Lott spokesman Matt Hart said the win could give someone an incredible start to the new financial year (stock image)

The Lott spokesman Matt Hart said the win could give someone an incredible start to the new financial year (stock image)

‘If you want the chance to start the second half of the year as a Powerball division one winner, then you do need an entry into the draw. We’re expecting it to be busy instore and online leading up to Thursday night,’ Mr Hart said.

‘Imagine answering your phone later this week to the news you’ve just become a multi-millionaire. You might never have to head into work again!

‘But for us to call you directly, you do need to register your entry. If you register your entry, your prize is secure, and we will be able to deliver that dream come true news as soon as possible.’

The draw closes at 7.30pm AEST on Thursday July 2, 2020. 

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