The Pennsylvania Lottery is back with another bang and this time, the announcement is for a huge amount. Like many times, the PA Lottery is looking for the rightful winners of the huge prizes to turn up but still, there are no signs of them.
Therefore, the lottery officials have resorted to one of their common practices and are revealing the available information around the winning tickets so the players can be identified easily.
In today’s announcement, the PA Lottery has provided details of two different lottery winners from two different lottery games powered by the PA Lottery.
The name of the first game powered by the PA Lottery is the “PA Millionaire’s Club” while the name of the other game is the “Cash 5” lottery game.
The PA Lottery has revealed that the PA Millionaire’s Club ticket has been sold in Bradford County. The lucky ticket was sold at the Dandy Mini Mart at 244 Spring Street, Sayre. The ticket will be making its owner one of the luckiest winners in Bradford County as well as a new millionaire. The store will also be receiving a bonus commission of $5,000 for selling the lucky ticket.
The winner of the million-dollar prize has a time period of a year to claim the prize money and the final date of claiming the prize is provided at palottery.com. If you are the lucky winner, then you must contact the PA Lottery immediately at 1-800-692-7481 to book an appointment.
On the other hand, the Cash 5 Lottery ticket has been sold in Philadelphia. The ticket sold was for the draw held back on January 26, 2021. The numbers that were drawn from the particular draw were 17-43-42-25-21. The lucky ticket was fortunate to have matched all five lucky numbers and thus, winning the top prize of $250,000.
The $250,000 prize-winning ticket has been sold at the Jumbo Laundry and Dry Cleaning. The location of the shop is 2395 Welsh Road, Philadelphia. The store will be receiving a bonus commission of $500 for selling the lucky ticket.
Similar to the PA Millionaire Club game, the winner of the Cash 5 Lottery has a time period of a year to turn up and claim the prize.
The PA Lottery officials have congratulated both the winners for being lucky and winning huge prizes. However, it has been requested of the players to turn up at the earliest to claim their prizes before they expire.
The lottery officials have also requested the particular stores and the lottery players from around those areas to ask around and check if one of the players in their community is the winner.