Lottery ticket worth $1 million sold at Pennsylvania store

Kristen Walters

Someone who purchased a lottery ticket in Pennsylvania this week is about to become a millionaire. Read on to learn more about where the winning ticket was sold, as well as three additional winning tickets that were recently sold throughout the state.
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On March 22, 2023, the Pennsylvania Lottery announced that a winning ticket worth $1 million was sold at a store in western Pennsylvania.

The winning scratch-off ticket was sold at the AccuServe Pharmacy on Route 30 in North Huntington for the game Millionaire Maker.

If you recently purchased a scratch-off lottery ticket in Pennsylvania, you may want to double-check your numbers.

If you happen to be a winning ticket holder for this game or any other game in the future, the Pennsylvania Lottery recommends that you sign the back of your ticket and contact the lottery office as soon as possible to claim your prize.

A winning $3 Million Snow Bank ticket was also recently sold at the Sheetz on 2100 Mosside Drive in Monroeville, and another winning Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $250,000 was recently sold at the U.S. Gas and Food Mart located at 2 Noth Walnut Street in Wilkes-Barre.

To top off this week's winnings, the Pennsylvania Lottery also reported that another Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $300,000 was recently sold at Three Tree's Grocery located at 1414 South 6th Street in Philadelphia.

So, at least a few people in Pennsylvania are having a good week.

Good luck, everyone!

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