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US News Cleaner, 56, wins TWO £500,000 Thunderball jackpots in the same draw after accidentally duplicating one of her lines and almost voided one but then decided to leave it because 'it's not like we will win anyway'

20:00  31 october  2019
20:00  31 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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  Cleaner, 56, wins TWO £500,000 Thunderball jackpots in the same draw after accidentally duplicating one of her lines and almost voided one but then decided to leave it because 'it's not like we will win anyway' © Getty

A cleaner has won a £500,000 jackpot twice in the same lottery draw - after almost trying to make one of the Thunderball tickets void.

Gayle Say, 56, from Coventry, bought multiple lines for three tickets for Tuesday's draw but realised she had copied the same numbers out twice.

a person holding a sign: Gayle Say, 65, announced her immediate retirement from her cleaning job after celebrating the £1 million win with her husband Philip (pictured together) - describing it as 'the best mistake I ever made' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gayle Say, 65, announced her immediate retirement from her cleaning job after celebrating the £1 million win with her husband Philip (pictured together) - describing it as 'the best mistake I ever made'

The grandmother was about to ask the shopkeeper if she could cancel one of the tickets but changed her mind, because 'it's not like we will win anyway'.

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But the lines she duplicated matched the five numbers 4, 7, 20, 23, 27 and the Thunderball 8 meaning she won the £500,000 top prize twice over.

a person holding a sign: Their Thunderball wins, matching five numbers and the bonus ball twice in the draw on October 22, mean the couple can put some money towards finishing their extension and buying a new kitchen (the couple are pictured celebrating their win) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Their Thunderball wins, matching five numbers and the bonus ball twice in the draw on October 22, mean the couple can put some money towards finishing their extension and buying a new kitchen (the couple are pictured celebrating their win)

Gayle also matched three numbers and the Thunderball on another line to claim an extra £20.

And in a one-in-a-million chance, she also won an extra £5,000 by matching five numbers and £10 for guessing three numbers on another line.

Gayle, who is married to Philip, 65, quit her job as a cleaner after scooping her mega rollover win.

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She said: 'I always go to the same shop to buy the tickets but after checking them I realised I'd chosen the same combination twice, one on each ticket.

a couple of people that are standing in the grass: Gayle, who is married to Philip, 65, (pictured together) quit her job as a cleaner after scooping her mega rollover win © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gayle, who is married to Philip, 65, (pictured together) quit her job as a cleaner after scooping her mega rollover win

'I thought about trying to get the ticket void but thought 'it doesn't matter, it's not like I will win anyway', and left the shop.'

Gayle realised her mistake had doubled her money later when she checked the Thunderball numbers on her phone.

She said: 'With the tickets in my hand I rushed inside to tell Philip we had won and at the same time I realised another of the ticket's had the same number line.

'I kept shouting "we've won and we've won again!" Philip was scrambling around for his glasses to look at the phone to make sure I was right.

'We were both shaking, my legs were wobbling and we just looked at the phone in shock.'

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a man and a woman walking down a sidewalk: Mr and Mrs Say (pictured together) said they wanted to treat their grandchildren, with Philip adding he wanted to buy a car having never previously owned one © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr and Mrs Say (pictured together) said they wanted to treat their grandchildren, with Philip adding he wanted to buy a car having never previously owned one

She added: 'My eyes popped out when I found out. I felt like jelly. I thought "I've got to get this right, it might not be" I am still trying to get over it now. It's beginning to sink in.

'We haven't made a new purchase yet, but it will mostly be going to family and a new car. We've had lots of ideas but nothing as of yet.

'We couldn't believe it. We can make a few more mistakes like that.

'My last shift this morning was great. I won't have to get up in the cold dark mornings anymore. I have to leave the house by 6.40am and I do weekends so I only have one day off.

a house with trees in front of a brick building: The home of Phillip and Gayle Say from Coventry. They hope their money can be put towards finishing their extension and buying a new kitchen © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The home of Phillip and Gayle Say from Coventry. They hope their money can be put towards finishing their extension and buying a new kitchen

'I can lie in on Saturday and Sunday now. It's amazing I haven't done that for 28 years. I will find something to do though.

'We will sort one thing out at a time. We will be staying in Coventry though.

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'We have used those numbers since it started. I've been playing the lottery since it started. I have done HotPicks and the EuroMillions, but I just do Thunderball now.

'I would usually just win little bits, but now I've got a big bit!'  

Mr and Mrs Say said they wanted to treat their grandchildren, with Philip adding he wanted to buy a car having never previously owned one.

Mrs Say said she had played the lottery since its inception and only had a few £10 winnings over 25 years - adding 'this is definitely the biggest'. 

The couple said the numbers were made up of family birthdays so they instantly knew they had won.

Krsto Papic et al. that are standing in the grass: The couple (pictured together) said the numbers were made up of family birthdays so they instantly knew they had won © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The couple (pictured together) said the numbers were made up of family birthdays so they instantly knew they had won

Retired builder Philip said: 'I immediately started to text the family with the news but no one believed me.

'I then saw a sight I will never forget, my wife dancing around the living room singing Frank Sinatra's Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.'

He added: 'After we found out we had two lots of numbers the same, she then said she has got a line with five numbers but without the bonus ball.

'If we had the bonus number, it would have been another £500,000. But a million is enough at the moment.

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'I cycle everywhere, so I don't have a car. But it will be something for the kids. It's £1million for our family, not for us.

'We want to get a family car because we have grandchildren. I look after them on a Monday and a Tuesday.

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'We won't change, we will be the same. It's just you have some money to be the same with.

'We still have our numbers for tonight's draw. I just hope we win that one.'

The couple, who have four grown-up children and seven grandchildren, also plan to put deposits on houses for their family and help them with their rent.

Gayle added: 'As well as helping out the family, all I want is for Philip to finish off the extension he is working on, and now with the winnings I can have a new kitchen.

'I resigned last week after we found out about the win, worked my week's notice and as of today I am officially retired. It feels great.'

The couple bought their Thunderball tickets from Nina's Convenience Store in Coventry.

Every Tuesday they buy multiple lines on three tickets based on door numbers, anniversaries and family birthdays.

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