· 3 other raffle winners cashed 100,000 each
30 November 2022, Dubai, UAE: The 104th Super Saturday Mahzooz Draws changed the lives of 9 second prize lucky winners who received AED 111,000 each after matching 4 out of 5 numbers, collectively landing AED 1 million. Beside those 9 winners, 3 fortunate participants scooped up the Super Saturday raffle draw’s prize of AED 300,000, split equally among the three of them.
While the windfall means different things to different winners, all 12 second prize and raffle winners are grateful and excited about their change in fortune.
The AED 1 million second prize has been historically shared with dozens of winners every week, up to 70 winners at times. However, on Saturday 26 November, the second prize was claimed only by 9 winners, hiking up the individual share to a staggering AED 111,000.
For John Paul, one of the Filipino second prize winners, this unexpected gift adds to the blessings that the UAE has given him since he arrived to the land of opportunities to forge his future 16 years ago. The Sharjah-based document controller confirms that the UAE has slowly helped him achieve his goals and move towards a more fulfilled life.
“I would like to buy a plot of land in my home country, the Philippines so I can one day build my house on it” says the 39-year-old.
As for Saudi Arabia-based Feroz, he plans to buy gold for his wife and invest in a new car. Originally from Pakistan, the 43-year-old who has been in the gulf for more than 23 years said: Since the start of Mahzooz, I have been constantly participating in almost every draw. Up until this last week, most of my repeated wins were the third prize of AED 350. Never have I imagined that the latest 104th draw would be so generous with me” said the marketing specialist.
Farasha, a Mahzooz newbie who has participated in the draws only three times, expresses her gratitude for winning such a huge amount for the first time in her life.
The 34-year-old teacher, originally from India plans to travel with her family to her hometown for vacation and upon returning, she will be considering starting a business in interior and maintenance work.
Entrants can participate in Mahzooz by registering via www.mahzooz.ae and purchasing a bottle of water for AED 35, which enables them to enter multiple draws, the Fantastic Friday Epic Draw and the Super Saturday Draws, by choosing two different set of numbers. The Super Saturday Draws require participants to pick 5 out of 49 numbers for a chance to win the top prize of AED 10,000,000, the second prize of AED 1,000,000, or the third prize of AED 350. Participants will also be automatically entered into the raffle draw in which three guaranteed winners will each receive AED 100,000.
The new Fantastic Friday Epic Draw requires participants to choose 6 numbers out of 39 for a chance to win AED 10,000,000.
Mahzooz means ‘lucky’ in Arabic and is the UAE’s favourite draw that offers participants a life-changing opportunity to win millions every week. Mahzooz is dedicated to making people’s dreams come true and giving back to the community.
EWINGS LLC, the Managing Operator of Mahzooz, is a technology and operations management company headquartered in the UAE. EWINGS delivers tailor-made services, spanning strategy, technology infrastructure, operations, and management with a special focus on the entertainment industry.
Mahzooz offers participants a life-changing opportunity to win millions of dirhams every week through its Fantastic Friday Epic Draw airing at 8pm every week, and its Super Saturday Grand and Raffle Draw airing live at 9pm. Mahzooz is dedicated to making people’s dreams come true and giving back to the community.
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