3 Win with Pick 4




Basseterre, St. Kitts – February 24, 2020: There were not one, or two, but three lucky winners this week in Caribbean Lottery’s Pick 4 in St. Kitts & Nevis. The biggest prize of $27,154.00 went to Margie Williams of St. Kitts, whilst the other two winners from Nevis were John Webbe and T. C. each collecting $8,666.00.

Being a winner in the Caribbean Lottery is nothing new for Ms. Williams, as she pocketed $20,000.00 in 2019 for correctly picking 9999 and before that, in 2018, she won $10,000.00. Although retired, she is still working because she likes her job. Her favourite game is the Pick 4 but she also plays the Pick 3, Lucky Pick “and sometimes the Super Lotto.” She says she plays the Caribbean Lottery games every day and that she has won more than once with the same number, adding: “People call me all the time whenever it plays, that is how well this number is known by me.”

Ms. Williams bought her tickets at Indo Caribe #1 & Indo Caribe #2 on Central Street, St. Kitts and collected her cheque on the day before her son’s birthday. “I will buy him a nice gift and save the rest of my winnings,” she revealed.

John Webbe” and “T. C.” both bought their tickets at RSJ Main and play the Pick 4 “every day”. John Webbe says his grandmother told him that he would win the Caribbean Lottery one day. He chose the winning numbers because he kept seeing them on the license plate of a car that passed him multiple times on the same day. This was John’s biggest win to date, but T. C. has won as much as $30,000 before in the Caribbean Lottery and believes that he “may become a millionaire” one day. He will use some of his winnings to fix his motor vehicle, while Webbe will use some of his “to clear up some bills”.

All three luck winners have one simple advice to others: “You have to be in it to win it!”

Office Manager at the Caribbean Lottery, Sabina Harrinarain expressed her delight: “Congratulations to all three lucky winners and I am happy to know that the games have changed their lives for the better.”


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