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Friday the 13th turns out be lucky for Ohio lottery player

Friday the 13th turns out be lucky for Ohio lottery player

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Mega Millions:

Friday 13th, the day of bad luck has come out to be the day of winning an estimated $200 million for one lucky unidentified player! For the first time in 2 years, a winning Mega Millions tickets been purchased in Ohio. All six numbers of 17, 18, 31, 35, 59, mega ball number 9 and megaplier 5 were matched using auto pick, meaning they’ve won the top prize worth $121 million in cash value.

Alongside this, the lottery retailer will also receive a retailer’s bonus of $100,000 just for selling the ticket, which was bought in Westerville, roughly 16 miles north of Columbia. It seems to have been an especially lucky Friday in Ohio, with another Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million also claimed by someone from the state.

The next jackpot on Tuesday drops to $15 million, enter in for a chance to win!

$1.5 Million Mega Millions Ticket purchased in San Jose!

For one lucky lottery player from the Bay Area it’s a particularly good veterans day, successfully having matched five of the six numbers in the Mega Millions draw. They have now won an estimated $1,593,144 with the numbers 8, 45, 17, 71 and 20 missing only the number 4.

The ticket was purchased in San Jose in the Santa Clara County, and the retailer who sold the ticket will also be looking to receive $7,965 from the Lottery!

Due to the fact that nobody matched all 6 numbers in the draw, the next draw will soar to an estimated $200 million. The lottery urges this winner to immediately sign their ticket as soon as possible, otherwise after 180 days the money will be transferred to aid California public schools! Happy Playing


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