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Zhik 2024 February Outlet - LEADERBOARD

Coastguard's Summer Lottery with prizes worth up to $357,200

by NZ Coastguard 1 Dec 2022 13:26 PST 2 December 2022
Coastguard NZ's Summer Lottery with prizes worth up to $357,200 © Coastguard NZ

ONLY 6 DAYS LEFT - Didn't get what you wanted for Xmas? Make amends - for just $10, YOU can win big in Coastguard’s Summer Lottery

It’s New Zealand’s biggest boat lottery, with prizes worth up to $357,200 that must be won!

Imagine what a brilliant summer you’ll have if you win a scorching Isuzu D-Max LS Double Cab ute and a sleek new Haines Hunter SF545 LE. They could both be yours for just $10!

Key dates:

  • Lottery closes 7 February 2023
  • Lottery drawn 10 February 2023
  • Results published at on 13 February 2023

Find out more and enter today at or call 0800 568 879.

Each $10 ticket in the Summer Lottery has a fabulous chance of winning one of these awesome prizes:

  • The grand prize of an Isuzu D-Max LS and Haines Hunter SF545 LE – valued at $185,000!
  • One of two Haines Hunter SF485 Sport fishing boats, each valued at $60,000.
  • Travel of your choice worth $10,000!
  • A shiny new Apple iPad or iPhone, or a Prezzy Card to treat someone special.

Every ticket you buy in this lottery supports local Coastguard volunteers who will be saving lives at sea throughout the summer, every hour, every day, in all conditions.

Tickets are still only $10 each, and when you buy 10 tickets, you’ll get one FREE!

Buying your tickets is easier than ever. Order online at, or call 0800 568 879.

And if you’d like to guarantee your tickets in all of our $10 lotteries, sign up as an Autobuyer!

Good luck and thank you so much for your support.

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