Lotto has shot up to a staggering $21 million jackpot on Saturday. It's a small fortune - enough to live a life of luxury.
So just in case you decide to splurge, Newshub has come up with some ideas you can buy on Trade Me.
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For sale on Trade Me for a $1,825,000, this 2019 McLaren Senna will set hearts racing on and off the road.
It's one of just 500 examples worldwide, and one of only a handful of Senna's allocated for New Zealand.
The Senna truly is the ultimate road-legal track car and pays homage to one of the greatest drivers of all time," McLaren Auckland says.
Bang on the money for $21 million, this 32-metre Azimut yacht is currently the most expensive for sale on Trade Me.
"The idea was for [the 32 Metri] to be something unexpected - we wanted to find a brilliant way to provide features not usually found on a 32-metre boat," Federico Lantero, Azimut Yachts brand manager, told Boat International.
The yacht feature exteriors by Stefano Righini and interiors by Achille Salvagni.
"All of our clients want a boat that's a joy to see from the outside, that's recognisable on the horizon, but then is sophisticated and relaxing inside," Lantero adds.
Painting of Jesus
With over $20 million sitting in your bank account, it's time to start an art collection. And if you only want the best, then you'll want this.
This artwork is described as "perhaps the best painting of Jesus ever painted".
"Photo realistic image of Jesus from the shroud," the seller says.
It's reportedly been painted by one of the best portrait artists in the world and is 'highly esteemed for it's spiritual and moral quality".
"What price would you put on that?" the seller asks.
The buy-now is $5,800,000.
A house in Queenstown
Escape to Queenstown with this stunning property for just $19,500,000.
It comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, over 65,000 square metres of land and incredible views.
"Located amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world this private outpost is less than 40 minutes' drive from New Zealand's most famous resort, Queenstown," the real estate agents say.
"With views of the Greenstone and Dart Rivers and a panoramic outlook over Lake Wakatipu and majestic Humboldt mountain ranges, you will not find a more powerful backdrop.
"Sweeping lawns with a private Heli pad, a cantilevered spa pool and a sauna enhance the experience."
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