She Was Already a Winner, And Then Some An Australian woman collected more than $100,000 Australian dollars this week on a lottery card she purchased more than a decade ago. The woman discovered the ticket in an old greeting card at home. She'd bought it in 1992. In a way, the ticket was doubly lucky... Australian lottery officials are in the process of shortening in the length of time people have to claim their winnings to just 6 years.
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She Was Already a Winner, And Then Some

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She Was Already a Winner, And Then Some

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An Australian woman collected more than $100,000 Australian dollars this week on a lottery card she purchased more than a decade ago. The woman discovered the ticket in an old greeting card at home. She'd bought it in 1992. In a way, the ticket was doubly lucky... Australian lottery officials are in the process of shortening in the length of time people have to claim their winnings to just 6 years.