Lottery Ticket With 5 Numbers Sold In San Diego’s South Bay
The SuperLotto Plus numbers were drawn Wednesday evening.
By Kristina Houck , Patch Staff
Oct 15, 2020 7:23 a m PT
CHULA VISTA, CA — A SuperLotto Plus ticket with five numbers — but missing the Mega number — was sold at a convenience store in San Diego’s South Bay, the California Lottery announced.
The ticket worth $31,825 was sold at the 7-Eleven store at 899 Third Ave. in Chula Vista.
The numbers drawn Wednesday night were 4, 13, 25, 34, 46 and the Mega Ball number was 15. The jackpot was $17 million.
There were no tickets sold with all six numbers.
The drawing was the 11th since the last time a ticket with all six numbers was sold. The estimated jackpot for Saturday’s drawing will grow to $18 million, the California Lottery announced.
The odds of matching all five numbers and the Mega number is 1 in 41,416,353, according to the California Lottery.
Lottery Ticket With 5 Numbers Sold In San Diego's South Bay – San Diego, CA – The SuperLotto Plus numbers were drawn Wednesday evening.
$28M lottery ticket sold in National City
Posted: May 18, 2020 / 03:48 PM PDT / Updated: May 19, 2020 / 12:00 AM PDT
NATIONAL CITY, Calif. — A lottery player who purchased a ticket in National City has won $28 million, California Lottery announced Monday.
The SuperLotto Plus ticket was bought at a 7-Eleven in the 1600 block of East 18th Street. The ticket matched all six winning numbers from Saturday night’s draw: 03-09-23-27-35, Mega number 16.
The winner had not yet claimed their prize.
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“I’m happy for the person,” customer Brian McGary told FOX 5. “It’ll change their lives.”
The store’s franchisee, Paul Morrow, will earn $140,000 from selling the winning ticket. He says he still isn’t sure what he’ll do with his bonus.
“Selling Lottery products absolutely helps business, no doubt about it,” he told California Lottery.
A California Lottery spokesperson said during the first month of the state’s stay-at-home order, ticket sales dropped an estimated 25 to 30%. But in the past several weeks, sales have significantly climbed.
A lottery player who purchased a ticket in National City has won $28 million, California Lottery announced Monday.