Ticket proceeds support Coastguard - The Charity Saving Lives at Sea
Tickets $25. Buy two, get one free and qualify for the bonus!
Grand Prize 1
Dreams are free and this one could come true! What would you do with $75,000? Will you celebrate with a nice car...or a new boat?
Even more chances to win!
Multi-ticket Bonus Prize!
For every two tickets you buy you will receive one free ticket AND go into the special draw to win $6,000 to spend playing in your own backyard! Can include up to $1,000 in cash. Choose where you go and how you spend your prize money, exploring our wonderful country. From magical Cape Reinga to the untouched wilderness of Rakiura Stewart Island. The choice is yours!
PRIZE 1: $75,000 in cash
PRIZE 2: $5,000 in cash
PRIZE 3: $4,000 in cash
PRIZE 4: $3,000 in cash
PRIZE 5: $2,000 in cash
PRIZES 6 - 10: $1,000 in cash
PLUS: The two ticket BONUS PRIZE …
For every two tickets you buy you will get one free AND qualify for the bonus draw to win...
A KIWI TRAVEL PRIZE: $6,000 to spend playing in your own backyard
New Zealand has so many wonderful places to go and amazing sites to see...
Now’s your chance to explore your own backyard. From the magical Cape Reinga, where two great oceans meet, to the untouched wilderness of Rakiura Stewart Island, with its abundant wildlife.
Go whale watching in Kaikōura or swim with the dolphins in the Bay of Islands. Ski at Mount Hutt or laze away the day in the hot pools in Rotorua. Get a cheese roll in Southland, catch a trout in Tūrangi or dine out on oysters in Bluff.
New Zealand is waiting for you... and you get to choose where you go and how you spend your prize money…There has never been a better time to go exploring in YOUR backyard.
TOTAL BONUS PRIZE VALUED at $6,000 and can include up to $1,000 in cash.
Lottery opens 24 February 2022.
Lottery closes 18 May 2022.
Lottery drawn 23 May 2022.
Results published 25 May 2022.
By supporting our lotteries you are helping to save lives at sea. Funds raised from our lotteries are used to enhance the operational standards of volunteer Coastguard search and rescue units by providing search and rescue equipment, training and support. There are many people walking around today who wouldn't be here if it wasn't for our courageous volunteers. None of this would be possible without supporters like you.
You can buy on this website, by calling 0800 568 879 or by posting your order form. You can use a credit or debit card or internet banking to pay for your tickets.
The most common reactions we get when we phone prizewinners is, 'I've never won anything in my life,' or 'I didn't think I had any chance of winning.' But all of our lottery prizes have to be won in every draw, and every ticket has an equal chance of winning. Our lotteries are licenced gambling activities and we are required to provide evidence by way of audit that our prizewinners have all claimed their prizes. There are no rollovers and it could very well be you picking up the phone to hear the good news after the next draw!
Yes! Tick the box on the online order form, let our customer care team know over the phone or tick the box on the order form. Just make sure your email address is correct. It's easy and convenient, it saves paper, and it saves Coastguard money, so it's a win-win! Sometimes, the email might go into your spam or junk folder. To ensure future e-tickets reach your inbox, please add [email protected] to your address book, mark us as a safe sender, or if your e-tickets are in your spam or junk folder, you can mark the email as 'not spam/junk.'
No, you can buy tickets and win prizes regardless of your visa status. However be aware that if you do win a prize, our licences stipulate that we have to deliver prizes within New Zealand, so please be prepared to make suitable arrangements if you do win a prize but don't live here.
On the day of the draw the team gathers together at the published time and, supervised by a Police officer or other person of standing, we draw out the winning numbers from our lottery ‘draw machine.’ It’s got numbered balls in it that are thoroughly mixed and drawn at random. Our prize draws are open to the public, we are very happy to have guests, and the date and location is published in our terms and conditions and on the lottery tickets.
We will contact you! We try to call our prize winners to give them the good news. We will also send an email or letter confirming your win. Sometimes we don't have phone numbers or email addresses for our winners, so please make sure you fill in all the details on the order form.
Results are published on our website and emailed to ticket holders. We aim to publish results within 48 hours of the draw. This gives us time to contact winners, verify all prizewinning ticket purchases and follow our strict procedures. If you join our lottery mailing list we'll email you the lottery draw results, so you can check your numbers.
Royal New Zealand Coastguard Inc Lottery 104. Authorised purpose - To raise funds to enhance the operational standards of volunteer Coastguard search and rescue units by providing search and rescue equipment, training and support. By licence LT090000121 issued under Section 37 of the Gambling Act 2003 by the Department of Internal Affairs, PO Box 10-095 Wellington, Phone 0800 257 887. Lottery closes 18/05/22. Drawn by lot at the Auckland Marine Rescue Centre, 3 Solent Street, Auckland, at 10.45am on 23/05/22. Results published 25/05/22 at www.coastguard.nz. Tickets limited to 20,000. Numbered 10,001–30,000. Prizewinners notified in writing and prizes delivered within New Zealand. All travel booked through Coastguard’s nominated travel agent. If for any reason this lottery is cancelled, notification will appear in the “Raffles” column of the Sunday Star Times newspaper on 29/05/22 and monies refunded. Organised by C Gillespie, PO Box 2195, Shortland Street, Auckland 1140. Phone 09 303 4303. *Photographs for illustration purposes only.
*Prizes will be paid out in the form of a direct credit to winners’ bank accounts. All winners will be required to provide their bank account details, which must be held in New Zealand and must be held in their own name, and sign and return a prize acceptance letter. These documents can be provided electronically.