$60 Million Lottery Winner Claims Husband Dreamed of Winning Numbers

$60 Million Lottery Winner Claims Husband Dreamed of Winning Numbers$60 Million Lottery Winner Claims Husband Dreamed of Winning Numbers
Editorial Staff
January 25, 2021
A Canadian woman won a $60 million Lotto Max jackpot using the numbers her husband dreamed of 20 years ago. 
Deng Pravatoudom, 57, has been playing the lottery with the same set of numbers for two decades, according to the Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG).
In December, Pravatoudom paid for some bills at the bank while her husband checked their tickets. Pravatoudom’s husband shared the good news of the lottery win once they both returned to their car.
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“I went to the bank to pay some bills and my husband went to check the tickets,” Pravatoudom shared. “When we got into the car, he told me we won the $60 million jackpot. He was serious, not joking, so I knew he was telling the truth. I started to cry. I have always prayed for a blessing that my family would be taken care of!”

Pravatoudom and her 14 siblings moved to Canada from Laos in 1980.

For over four decades, Pravatoudom and her husband struggled to make ends meet: “My husband and I have worked long hours as general labourers for over 40 years, trying to save what we could for our family. Due to the pandemic I was laid off last spring, so this money will certainly help make our lives much easier.”

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With their newfound wealth, Pravatoudom and her husband plan on buying a house, paying off their bills, traveling, and supporting their immediate and extended family, according to OLG.

When presented with the check during OLG’s first virtual Winner’s Celebration, Pravatoudom said, “I am going to buy a house, then if it’s allowed after Covid, I’m going to travel the world… Except for when I came to Canada from Laos, I have never really travelled so I want to see Europe, Texas, Hawaii… I am excited to see the world.” 

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