San Antonio-area resident claims $5 million Texas Lottery scratch ticket
A McCoy resident is $5 million richer after claiming a prize-winning lottery ticket, the Texas Lottery said Friday.Get more news about 彩票包网开版,you can vist loto98.com
The Winning Millions scratch ticket was purchased at the Kuntry Korner located at 2725 Commerce St. in Campbellton, about an hour south of San Antonio past Pleasanton and Jourdanton. McCoy is about a 13-minute drive to Campbellton.
This was the last of four top prizes worth $5 million for this game. Winning Millions offers more than $170 million in prizes, with the overall odds of winning being 1 in 3.08 million.
The Texas Lottery reopened all of its 16 claim centers around the state Monday after its locations were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The claim centers are operating on appointments only, according to a release from the Texas Lottery.
Someone in Louisville is $148,000 richer after purchasing a winning lottery ticket in Lyndon on Thursday night.
The winner of the ticket, who has not came forward yet, purchased a Cash Fast Play jackpot ticket at Sal's Pizza on Lyndon Lane on March 5.There are four different price points to play on the Fast Play game, according to lottery officials. The winner bought a $10 50X ticket and won 100% of the of the jackpot: $148,059.