$1 Million Lottery Scratch-Off Ticket Sold In Beaver County – CBS Pittsburgh

MONACA (KDKA) — A scratch-off lottery ticket with $1 million was recently sold in Beaver County.

The winning ticket was a $20 PA Millionaire’s Club scratch-off that was sold at the Walmart on Brodhead Road in Monaca.

The $1 million winning prize is the top prize offered for that game.

The store will receive a $50,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

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Winning lottery ticket sold at Greensburg Shop ‘n Save | TribLIVE.com

A Westmoreland County grocery store sold one of three winning Pennsylvania Lottery tickets drawn over the weekend, according to lottery officials.

The Treasure Hunt ticket with a jackpot totaling about $190,000 was sold at Shop ‘n Save along East Pittsburgh Street in Greensburg. The winner, who was not identified, will split the jackpot with two other people who purchased winning tickets in Delaware and Philadelphia counties. Each person will receive more than $63,330, officials said.

More than 53,300 people won prizes from Treasure Hunt tickets in the drawing. Treasure Hunt debuted in 2007 and requires players to select five numbers between one and 30. To win, all five numbers must match those drawn. Prizes are also given for matching two, three or four numbers.

The jackpot winners matched the numbers 09-15-17-22-30.

Source: Winning lottery ticket sold at Greensburg Shop ‘n Save | TribLIVE.com