A Launceston woman and a grandfather are both more than $410,000 richer after they each shared in Saturday night's first division Tattslotto prize pool.
The woman purchased her winning system 7 entry from Prospect Marketplace News and plans on realise her lifelong dream to travel to Paris.
When contacted by Tattersalls, the woman was at work and did not realise she had won more than $410,424.
"I've gone all goose bumpy. I've never won anything in my life - I just can't believe it," the woman said.
"This win also means I can give up work if I like and help out my family."
Meanwhile, the Launceston grandfather who won $416,462, was also at work when he was contacted by a Tatts official.
"My head is spinning. I don't know how I'm going to work for the rest of the day that's for sure," the grandfather said at the time.
He has been playing Tattslotto for more than 40 years.
"This will mean I can retire happy down the track," he said.
The grandfather purchased his ticket, a system 8 entry, from Mowbray Newsagency.
Nationally, 10 winning entries shared in the $4 million division one prize pool at the weekend - including five from Victoria and one from Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.