A Dexter man didn't know whether to laugh or cry after winning $1 million playing Mega Million. John Rehm, 76, matched the five white balls drawn in Tuesday's drawing to win a $1 million prize. Rehm quickly tucked the winning ticket into his money clip and went home to tell his wife of 48 years, Tina, the good news. The Lake County woman's ticket matched the first five numbers, but did not match the Mega Ball number, which typically carries a prize of $1 million. A Topeka, Kansas resident has claimed a "mega" cash prize in the December 18 Mega Millions drawing. The lucky winner, who always picks her own winning numbers, has been playing Mega Millions for several years and has won $5,000 a couple of times. A Howell man is ready to help his family after winning $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery's Mega Millions game. Kopczyk visited Lottery headquarters with his wife and two of his three children on Monday to claim his prize. In addition to a $1 million winner, Kopczyk's ticket also included a $1 winner for matching the Mega Ball - 15 - drawn on Dec. If Kopczyk had matched the five white balls and Mega Ball on the same line, he would have won the $57 million Mega Millions jackpot. With his winnings, the retired Kopczyk plans to pay off his home and bills, supplement his retirement income, travel, and help his family. A Detroit man promised his wife "the best Christmas of her life," but didn't tell her it's because he won $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery's Mega Millions game. Michael Williams, 60, won $1 million after matching the five white balls drawn in Friday night's Mega Millions drawing: 14-20-43-54-69.
Williams kept the news about his big win quiet, wanting to surprise his wife with the check he got on Monday. A group of seven coworkers has won $1 million playing Mega Millions from the Nebraska Lottery.
For the past four years, lottery players at Baldwin Filters in Kearney have pooled their money to buy Nebraska Lottery Mega Millions tickets. A lucky Kent County man is busy counting cash after winning $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery's Mega Millions game. Michael Hicks, of Comstock Park, won $1 million in Friday's Mega Millions drawing after matching the five white balls drawn: 05-11-31-50-67.
The 34 year-old Hicks found out a couple of days later that his unplanned Lottery purchase turned out to be very lucky. Hicks put his ticket in a safe until he came to Lottery headquarters in Lansing on Wednesday to collect his big prize. Ahumada, who works at a chicken processing plant, said he and his wife, Rosa, plan to "try to find a nice mountain home and stay there." He also plans to go back to Mexico to visit his family and his mom's grave. Blue Island residents John Williams and Neal Logue are sharing the second-largest prize in Illinois Lottery history. The day after the drawing, Logue called the Illinois Lottery hotline to hear the winning numbers. The Blue Island store that sold the $262 million winning Mega Millions ticket is Supermercado Imelda, 13036 South Western Avenue.
Steven Peloquin, of Mechanicsville, Virginia, claimed a $91.8 million Mega Millions jackpot from the July 21, 2015, drawing. Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko today presented a ceremonial check for $91,781,644.00 to Mr. The winning ticket correctly matched all five white balls, 20-30-62-65-74, plus the Megaball, 01.
He then took a photo of the ticket and shared it with several close relatives, who confirmed that his ticket matched the winning numbers.


Peloquin said the jackpot win will enable him and his wife to retire early and spend more time with their family.
This afternoon, Peloquin presented the Mega Millions ticket for validation at Lottery headquarters in Middletown, Dauphin County. About two weeks ago, Jay Cranney of Sandy, Utah was competing in a fishing tournament in southeastern Idaho, near Clifton. Cranney, who selects his own numbers, matched the first five numbers but not the Mega Ball and won $1,000,000 in last Friday night's Mega Millions draw. With his winnings, Cranney plans to pay off some outstanding debts, buy himself a new bass fishing boat, and then invest his remain amount. Asked where he was headed when he left Boise with his winnings, Cranney replied, "Going fishing. A Mableton man has cracked the code on winning a $1M prize using locker combinations from his freshman and sophomore years of high school from over four decades ago. Henry "Calvin" Nash, a 1972 Pebblebrook High School graduate, won $1 million from matching the first five winning numbers from the June 2 Mega Millions drawing. Nash got the peachy surprise when he checked the results of the June 2 drawing on his computer the following day. The winning numbers from the June 2 Mega Millions drawing were: 02-09-11-22-23 and the Mega Ball was 12.
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From Scratchers games vending machines to draw games terminals, learn about more ways to purchase Lottery tickets. There was some very “weird stuff going on” the day before and the day of the August 22 Mega Millions draw – and nobody is more superstitious than 53-year-old Rick Knudsen.
The now retired RWC Building Products Branch Manager from Calimesa said he knew then it was time to buy a ticket for the $180 million jackpot, even though he only plays the lottery maybe five times a year. This is a truly unbelievable story of some very strange coincidences related to purchases Knudsen made leading up to – and even after – his decision to buy five Mega Millions Quick Picks®. Get this: Knudsen recalls the very next morning (the day of the draw), “I bought something else and it came out to even money again!
The next morning Knudsen got a call from his sister informing him that someone from Calimesa had won the $180 million jackpot. The very first line of Knudsen’s five Quick Picks matched the winning numbers 5-31-34-41-74 and Mega Number 3.
Knudsen has decided to take the cash option lump sum amount of $107 million (even!) before federal taxes. Lucky Retailers are those locations that paid out large amounts of prizes to players in the last calendar year. You may want to update your browser to the most current version to insure that you can enjoy all the features on this site.
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He bought his winning ticket at the L&F Mini Mart, located at 9801 Linwood Street in Detroit.
In the November 24 drawing, they purchased a quick pick ticket at Thirsty's, 3004 West Highway 30 in Kearney. They indicated that they were "stunned" and "amazed" to learn they had won after checking the winning numbers with the Nebraska Lottery mobile app. Hicks bought his winning ticket at the D&W Quick Stop, located at 1810 Breton Road Southeast in Grand Rapids. After occasionally buying lottery tickets together for the past twelve years, the two friends hit the jackpot when the first row of numbers on their $5 Mega Millions ticket matched all six numbers to win $262 million in the Tuesday, June 2nd drawing.
The ticket had an annuity value of $153 million or a cash value of $91.8 million, less 25 percent federal withholding.
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The premonition Knudsen had that he just might win a fortune began the day before the draw at a convenience store. Every single thing that Knudsen had purchased over a 48-hour period totaled even dollars – absolutely no change involved! Knudsen, who had no idea his winning Mega Millions numbers had already been drawn, met his children at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino.
The 7-Eleven where he ended up buying his lucky ticket (301 County Line Road in Calimesa) is a winner too.
Before he claimed his winning ticket yesterday, Knudsen said he decided to go on a previously-planned Alaskan fishing trip adventure with some co-worker friends, including his boss.
The long time Riverside County resident says he will be helping his church with some things, including a new roof.
We suggest you use one of the supported browsers listed below to enjoy all the features on this site. He bought his winning ticket at the VG's gas station, located at 2392 West Grand River Avenue in Howell.
One play on the five-play ticket matched all five of the winning white ball numbers (02, 19, 30, 38, 70) for $1 million. When asked about their plans, members mentioned paying bills using their share of the winnings. He let the computer select the number combination on his winning ticket for the July 31 drawing. This was the only ticket - among the many Mega Millions tickets purchased in 44 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. The plaza, a Lottery retailer since September 2010, earns a $100,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. I said, ‘I did!’ When she said it was the Calimesa 7-Eleven, I looked up the numbers and said, ‘Oh my God.’ I looked at the numbers three different times and I just about fainted! I played on seven different machines (ironically lucky seven – the same number of even-money purchases he had made!) and I won on every single one of them.
And I felt lucky.” Knudsen has enough money now to tell merchants, “Keep the change!” no matter how the total works out in the future. It wasn't until he took his ticket to the Lottery's Springfield office that he discovered he actually won $25 million.



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