16 receipts win NT$10 million in November-December invoice lottery

01/28/2022 06:47 PM
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Taipei, Jan. 28 (CNA) Sixteen receipts issued by stores around Taiwan had the winning serial number for the special prize of NT$10 million (US$357,737) in the November-December uniform invoice lottery, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Friday.

One of the 16 winning receipts -- known formally in Taiwan as uniform invoices -- that won the NT$10 million special prize was a receipt for NT$4 from a FamilyMart convenience store located in the Xinying Service Area highway rest stop in Tainan, according to MOF data.

The purchase included food, snacks, and coffee, but the receipt only amounted to NT$4 after deductions were made to the total price by using FamilyMart bonus points, according to the ministry.

Another 15 receipts had the winning serial number for the grand prize of NT$2 million, including one for NT$1 from e-commerce company Shopee for buying food items, according to MOF data.

Eight other winning receipts for the NT$10 million special prize were also for purchases of NT$100 or less, including one for a snack costing NT$28 at a 7-Eleven store in Taipei's Xinyi District, according to MOF data.

Another of the winning receipts for the NT$2 million grand prize was for a Foodpanda delivery fee of NT$29, according to the ministry.

The winning number for the NT$10 million special prize drawn in the November-December uniform lottery was 31150905, according to the MOF.

The winning number for the NT$2 million grand prize was 28564531, while the three numbers qualifying for the NT$200,000 first prize were 05754219, 52891675 and 45327106, according to the MOF.

(By Wu Chia-jung and William Yen)

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