Nineteen Lotto tickets have won big tonight; with five of them worth a cool $200,000 each.

The five golden tickets are a result of First Division being struck.

The winners picked their tickets up from Countdown Kerikeri, Onerahi Bookshop & Lotto, Kaukapakapa Store, Winton New Worlds and Mitchell's Paper Power in Auckland.

Tonight's lucky numbers were: 1, 7, 22, 23, 29 and 36. The bonus ball was 18 and Powerball was 2.


The Strike Four numbers were 36, 7, 23 and 22.

None of the five tickets had the Powerball number and no one had the correct Strike Four number either, so both prizes will jackpot to Wednesday's draw.

Another 14 people will also be celebrating after winning $17,952 each in Second Division.

One of those players, who bought their ticket from Countdown St Lukes, in Auckland, also won Powerball Second Division - taking their total winnings up to $33,252.

Three other Auckland players won Second Division; buying their tickets from New World Orewa, Hari Superette in Papatoetoe and one via the MyLotto app.

The other tickets were purchased from: Pak'nSave Riccarton and Northwood New World in Christchurch, Stoke New World in Nelson, Paper Plus Blenheim, Mall Books and Lotto in Wellington, Naenae Four Square, Pak'nSave Upper Hutt, Bulls Four Square, Video Ezy Hillcrest & PostShop in Hamilton and a Tauranga player bought theirs via the MyLotto app.

Powerball rolls over to a jackpot of $10 million on Wednesday night's draw and $300,000 for Strike Four, which also rolled over tonight.