Lotto Powerball has rolled over once again, climbing to a whopping $16 million for Saturday night's draw after the jackpot was not won tonight.
Tonight's biggest winners were the two luck New Zealanders each winning $500,000 with Lotto First Division.
Tonight's numbers are 8, 11, 21, 23, 28 and 34.
The bonus ball was 4 and the Powerball was 3.
The order of numbers for Strike was 28, 23, 8 and 21.
Powerball wasn't struck on Saturday, meaning the top prize of $14 million was up for grabs tonight.
The winning tickets were sold at Meadow Park Store in Whangarei and on MyLotto to a player from Whakatane.
Strike Four has also rolled over with $400,000 up for grabs on Saturday.
Saturday's biggest winners were the four tickets sharing First Division, each worth $250,000.
Three were bought on MyLotto, two in Auckland and one in Canterbury.
The fourth was bought at New World Whanganui.
Strike Four was also struck - by a Canterbury player whose online ticket is now worth $200,000.
Last month, during the nationwide level 4 lockdown, one lucky punter won $11.5m.
That win was the fifteenth Powerball winner already this year and comes just weeks after a MyLotto player from South Canterbury won $5.3m with Powerball First Division.
For Aucklanders hoping to get their hands on a ticket, MyLotto has introduced a virtual queue that will be switched on when MyLotto is experiencing high demand.
Lotto counters outside the Auckland region are open in alert level 2 and will continue to follow the Government's health and safety guidelines.
For more information, visit mylotto.co.nz/covid-19.
Live draws are unable to continue while Auckland is in lockdown, so computer-generated draws will be held for Lotto, Powerball and Strike under Audit New Zealand scrutiny.