TOP SCRATCH PRIZE SOLD IN VICTORIA:

As you know, I am always showcasing those big top prize Texas Lottery scratch jackpots and it is always out of town. Well, not this time! A $100,000 Top Prize lottery scratch-off was sold in Victoria this morning and shortly after, was redeemed at the local Lottery claim center. The claimant chose to remain anonymous.  

A $100,000 WIN ON A $5 TICKET

The winning ticket was the $5 Rose Gold Riches and was bought at the Snax Max at the corner of Mockingbird and Navarro. The ticket did not match any of the numbers, it was an auto-win money pot symbol! Imagine seeing this when you scratch for your prize.  This is the actual photo from the ticket. A big thanks to the cashier for snapping this picture. She knows I follow and am always searching for big Lottery winners. The odds for the top prize in this ticket were 1 in 1,400,000.00.  The winning ticket number was the 73rd ticket on the roll. There are 75 tickets in a full book of $5 rolls. Sometimes you don't even need to match any numbers to win. What a great way to basically start out a new year. Don't forget to play Texas Lottery responsibly.

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THIS STORE SOLD A JACKPOT WINNER LAST YEAR:

Side note: This same-store sold another winning jackpot ticket just last year. A Top Prize of $250,000 on a $10 scratch-off.  It was the newest $10 ticket, at the time, Cool Riches. Read that story by clicking here. Might this be the luckiest store in Victoria?

Here are my two big wins from last year! A $500.00 and a $1,000 winner!

 

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