The Florida Lottery is here to reveal the winning details of two lucky players from Florida State. The lottery executives have publicized that both players are regular players of the scratch-off games offered by the Florida lottery.
The lottery team has confirmed that the name of the first winner is Roger Smith, who is a 56-year-old resident from Seminole. The lucky player had participated in the 200X The Cash game that resulted in winning the player $1 million in the process.
According to Roger Smith, he had not seen the win coming and was hoping he would win small prize money playing 200X The Cash game. The officials have publicized that Seminole is popular for producing many millionaires playing the Florida lottery.
Almost every month, more than one players end up winning a million or more than a million-dollar prize playing the Florida lottery. The officials have publicized that after winning the million-dollar prize, Smith had secured his lucky ticket at the Tallahassee headquarters for the Florida lottery.
The winner had the option of going with a single-time payment of $890,000 or go with an annuity plan. Just like the majority of the winners, Smith decided to go with the one-time lump sum and took home $890,000.
The officials have confirmed that Roger Smith had purchased his $1,000,000 prize-winning ticket from Sadid Food Mart. The particular mart is located at 7790 Ridge Road, Seminole, and is set to receive $2,000 bonus commission for selling the lucky 200X The Cash ticket.
The other winner is Elizabeth Solomon who is a 63-year-old winner from Micanopy. Elizabeth had reportedly opted for The Fastest Road to Million game, which also belongs to the scratch-off category.
It is the top trending and widely played scratch-off game in Florida offered by the Florida lottery. Elizabeth was also fortunate enough to have won $1,000,000 prize playing the particular game. She secured the prize-winning ticket for the million dollars at Gainesville District Office for the Florida lottery.
Elizabeth also had the option of going for the annuity plan or go with $790,000 lump sum amount. Elizabeth opted for the latter and took home the mentioned amount.
The lottery team has confirmed that Elizabeth Solomon had purchased her million-dollar prize-winning ticket from Publix. The particular Publix store is located at 5200 Southwest 34th Street, Gainesville. As always, the stores selling the lucky tickets also find themselves entitled to get a bonus commission.
According to the lottery executives, the stores deserve the bonus commission for their efforts and for selling tickets to the customers. This time, the Publix store is set to receive $2,000 in the form of bonus commission for selling the lucky ticket.