(one's) lucky day

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(one's) lucky day

A particular day or moment in one's life when one experiences extremely good luck, fortune, or favor. Wow, that's the third hand of poker I've won in a row—it must be my lucky day! Sir, today is your lucky day: you've been selected for an all-expenses-paid trip to the Bahamas!
See also: lucky
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Insp Dave Morrison said: "People may think if they find cash left behind at a till that it's their lucky day and they can pocket it.
It is their lucky day if it is left insecure and they can get easy access to the premises.
For the first 100 people through the doors of Miss Sixty and Energie, Friday the 13th was their lucky day.
Across the nation, couples have staked their lucky day with seven-course receptions, seven kinds of flowers, seven-seven cocktails and No.
He said: "They were sold off to various people who must have thought it was their lucky day.
The Ukrainian soccer team, which recently lost a match 2-0 against England, might be forgiven for thinking it was not their lucky day on 1 June when the two aircraft they travelled to Britain on were detained by British airport authorities.
Dario Gradi's men, facing Charlton in the League for the first time, must have thought it was their lucky day when home keeper Petterson twice blundered to let Street and Smith scored unlikely goals.
In a survey that asked consumers their view of Porsche 911 drivers, only 27% of respondents declared them to be "cool"; but in sharp contrast, 89% agreed it would be their lucky day if they were given an unexpected chance to drive that car.