Coastguard's 'What will it be New Zealand?' Lottery
Coastguard's 'What will it be New Zealand?' Lottery #92 is now open.
$90,000 IN PRIZES TO BE WON!
One lucky winner will have the choice of four amazing 1st prizes all valued at $80,000.
Will you choose the boat, the SUV, the holiday or the cash? By hokey what will it be?
Plus, buy two or more tickets and go in the draw to win the Travel Bag extra bonus prize.
Buy two tickets or more you will receive another ticket FREE and also go in the draw to win the Travel Bag bonus prize. Choose between Singapore, Samoa or Fiji OR take the $10,000 cash bonus.
Tickets $25 each - only 18,000 tickets available.
Lottery drawn 20 May 2020
Buying more tickets means more chances to WIN!
Haines Hunter SF545, total prize value $80,000
Cast off the lines…
Take the family out for a picnic (cucumber sandwiches are a must) and take a boogie board or sea biscuit. Go to your secret spot with your new fishing gear and land the
“big one” you have always dreamt about. A voyage of discovery awaits when you visit the waters in and around New Zealand.
Features include: Yamaha 115hp four-stroke outboard, Lowrance Elite 7 fish finder/GPS, hydraulic steering, under-floor fuel tank, soft-rider deluxe pedestal seat, rod holders, ski pole, bait board, cockpit lights, boarding ladder, ultralon decking, bimini top and rocket launchers, single-axle multi-roller trailer (including on-road costs). Full details of the SF545
PLUS: Safety Pack – Four Hutchwilco lifejackets, VHF radio, EPIRB, compass, flare pack, Hutchwilco safety grab bag, anchor pack, fire extinguisher, Coastguard Annual Membership and “Day Skipper” boating course.
PLUS: Shimano Fishing Gear – Four Tyrnos reels, four Triton rods, spools and lures, fish scales and knives
Jaguar E-Pace S - total prize value $80,000
“What a lovely motor”
When quality and breeding count … Sumptuous leather interior, perfect for riding around your estate in absolute comfort. You can even add accessories of your choice to make this a truly bespoke vehicle with a driving experience that is so good you may want to drive from North Cape to Bluff!
Features include:2.0 litre turbocharged engine, 9-speed automatic transmission, AWD, 18” alloys wheels, leather 10-way front seats, LED headlights, 360 degree parking aid with rear camera, Connect Pro with 4G Wi-Fi, navigation, lane assist, additional accessories of your choice and all on road costs.
Holiday for four to England - total prize value $80,000
A trip back in time to “Good old Mother England”
Business class return flights to London, ten-nights' accommodation at the Radisson Edwardian, double decker sightseeing, a river cruise, theatre tickets. Then off to the counties to visit Windsor, Stonehenge, Bath, the Cotswolds, and Downton Abbey. What a jolly lark for four plus $10,000 in spending money for a bang-up lunch or two and a bit of fun in the old country! (Actual dates subject to availability, holiday can be taken within the next two years.)
Will you take the money - $80,000 in cash
You might win a booby prize
- Three rubber ducks to be won - each valued at $7.99
- Five chocolate fish to be won - each valued at $1.70
- Ten cans of Lemon & Paeroa - each valued at $1.38
Purchase two tickets or more and be in to win the Travel Bag, valued at $10,000
Purchase two tickets or more (in the same name) in this lottery, and for every $50 you spend you get an extra ticket worth $25 for free. Plus each ticket you hold has a chance of winning the travel bag. In the bag is a trip for two to Singapore, Samoa or Fiji or will you take the cash? The choice is yours.
The "Singapore Sling" holiday for two includes: Business Class return airfares for two to Singapore, private transfers, four-nights’ accommodation at the world famous “Raffles Hotel” in a Palm Court suite (including breakfasts). Includes $1,000 in spending money to help you enjoy all this fabulous place has to offer. Actual dates are subject to availability. Holiday can be taken in the next two years.
The “Be seeing you in Samoa” holiday for two includes: Business Class return airfares for two to Apia, private car transfers, seven-nights at the famous Aggie Grey’s (including breakfasts), day trip to the island of Savaii, half-day fishing charter with “Alfred’s” and $1,000 in spending money. Actual dates are subject to availability and exclude school holidays. Holiday can be taken in the next two years.
The "High tea in Fiji" holiday for two includes: Business Class return airfares for two to Suva, private car transfers, seven-nights at the iconic Grand Pacific Hotel in a Premier room (including breakfasts) with a personal invitation to the GPH’s traditional High Tea and $1,000 in spending money. Actual dates are subject to availability and exclude school holidays. Holiday can be taken in the next two years.
OR will you take the $10,000 cash?
Royal New Zealand Coastguard (Inc). Authorised purpose - To raise funds to enhance the operational standards of 63 dedicated volunteer Coastguard Search and Rescue Units by providing search and rescue equipment and training. By licence issued under Section 37 of the Gambling Act 2003. License number LT80009832 by the Department of Internal Affairs, PO Box 10-095 Wellington, Phone 0800 257 887. Lottery closes 18/05/20. Drawn by lot at the Auckland Marine Rescue Centre, 3 Solent Street, Auckland, at 10.30am on 20/05/20. Results published 22/05/20 at www.coastguard.nz. Tickets limited to 18,000. Numbered 10,001–28,000. Tickets cost $25 each. Prize winners notified in writing and prizes delivered within New Zealand. Passports, Visas, any additional meals, alcoholic beverages, travel insurance and all other ancillary costs are the responsibility of the travel prize winner. All travel booked through Coastguard’s nominated travel agent and actual dates are subject to availability. If for any reason this lottery is cancelled, notification will appear in the “Raffles” column of the Sunday Star Times newspaper on 24/05/20 and monies refunded. Organised by J Cowie, PO Box 33559, Takapuna, Auckland 0740. Phone 09 489-1510.
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