$5 million Toto draw split among five winners

Five people in Singapore received a lucky S$1 million “hongbao” just in time for Chinese New Year.

This after there were five winners for Singapore Pool’s $5 million “Reunion Draw” held on Friday evening.

The winning numbers are: 8, 10, 11, 25, 27, 43.

The additional number is: 2

The winning tickets came from:

1. Singapore Pools Siglap Branch - 697B East Coast Road (1 QuickPick Ordinary Entry)

2. Seah Koon Huat - Blk 116 Bukit Merah View #01-233 (1 QuickPick System 7 Entry)

3. Singapore Pools Chinatown Point Branch - 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point #01-36 (1 QuickPick System 7 Entry)

4. 7-Eleven Eunos - Blk 1A Eunos Crescent #01-2469/2471 (1 QuickPick System 7 Entry)

5. Shop N Save Compassvale Bow - Blk 266 Compassvale Bow #01-02 (1 QuickPick System 7 Entry)

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