26 winners share second prize of Dh1,000,000.
Three very lucky winners unlocked golden opportunities by winning 100gm of gold as well as Dhs100,000 each in last week’s Mahzooz Raffle Draw in the UAE. The special gold prize was part of Mahzooz’s first birthday celebrations.
The three winners who are: Nazish, Jagtar, and Shaikh, expressed delight at their special gold and cash prizes. The 53rd draw saw 26 winners share the Dhs1,000,000 second prize, taking home Dhs38,462 each. The top prize of Dhs10,000,000 is still up for grabs in the upcoming Grand Draw on Dec.4, 2021 at 9:00pm UAE time.
Indian expat Shaikh, 46, says: "Saturday’s draw was so special because it marked Mahzooz’s 1st birthday. I didn’t expect to win Dhs100,000. On top of that, the additional gold prize was the icing on the cake for me as it was unexpected. That’s a birthday to remember!”
The Dubai-based digital marketing manager feels like luck conspired to make this season one full of celebrations: "My baby daughter turned one recently and my wife’s birthday is around the corner; now, we have this money to indulge ourselves with. I will break the news on my wife’s birthday and surprise my family.”
The father of three will splurge his money on a staycation for his family, a lavish birthday dinner for his wife and save the remainder. "This prize money is definitely going to make a difference to my savings. It’s a start to the brighter future I’ve been building towards.”
Also off to build a better future with his winnings is Jagtar, a 41-year-old driver from India.
"This gold prize is so lucky and feels like a sign that life is going to get better,” says the father of two. "I’m going to use my Dhs100,000 to safeguard my children’s future and education. It’ll also help me clear some debts. Besides that, I’ll use the rest to sponsor communal meals for the underprivileged in my hometown,”
Jagtar credits Mahzooz as being his inspiration to pay it forward: "Mahzooz’s charitable aspect of donating bottles of water is one of the main reasons I participate in the draw. I’d like to wish Mahzooz a very Happy Birthday and many more to come,” concluded Jagtar.
Nazish too is eager to continue participating in Mahzooz. The 33-year-old Indian quantity survey engineer discovered his windfall while watching the live draw show with his family. "The draws are quite interesting and engaging and I love watching them every week. I especially enjoy watching the CSR reports that show how Mahzooz contributes to the community through charitable initiatives and programmes,” he explained.
While the gold prize doubled his happiness, Nazish plans to use his winnings towards the purchase of a brand-new car. "I’ve been planning to buy a new car and my winnings arrived at the right time. Thank you Mahzooz.”
Entrants can participate in both the Mahzooz Grand Draw and Raffle Draw by registering via www.mahzooz.ae and purchasing a bottle of water for AED 35. Mahzooz is inclusive to all who are eligible.
The 45th weekly live Mahzooz draw has transformed the lives of nine lucky winners who shared the Dhs1m prize. All nine participants matched five out of the six winning numbers (7, 15, 18, 20, 22, 40) and bagged Dhs111,111 each.
The winners say they will use money to clear debts, help loved ones and donate to charity. First-time Mahzooz participant Vidya also wonDhs100,000 in Mahzooz draw. 32 winners shared the Grand Draw’s second prize of Dhs1,000,000
The lucky winners took home Dhs34,483 each after matching four out of the five winning numbers which were (3, 8, 14, 30, 46). Additionally, 1,236 participants matched three out of five numbers and bagged the third prize of Dhs350 each.
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