South Carolina Woman Wins Lottery Using Ages Of Grandkids

Matt Lillywhite

This is an extremely heartwarming story. A grandmother from South Carolina recently won $300,000 in the lottery by using the ages of her grandchildren, according to the South Carolina Education Lottery. She reportedly bought the winning ticket from a local Circle K store and used the numbers 2, 4, 13, 16 and 21.

She scanned the ticket at a store a few weeks later, and the message stated "Claim at Lottery." The reward was worth several hundred times more than the $500 the merchant could provide her, but she didn't realise it until she handed in the ticket.

"The odds of winning $300,000 from a Palmetto Cash 5 ticket are 1 in 1,405,438," according to an article published by the South Carolina Education Lottery.

In related news, a man from the midlands of South Carolina recently won several hundred thousand dollars. He was reportedly on his way to a home improvement store when he decided to play the lottery and won $300,000. He took the winning scratch-off from the Sunoco on Broad St. in Sumter straight home to show his wife. According to the South Carolina Education Lottery, she screamed in excitement when she saw her husband's winning ticket. The couple intends to save a portion of their winnings and donate the remainder to the church.

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