Mass State Lottery winner: $100K ticket sold at Springfield Stop & Shop

A big boom winning $100,000 lottery ticket was soldout from a Stop & Shop in the Bay State and demanded on Thursday, April 27, the Massachusetts State Lottery said.

The $100,000 Jackpot awards was won during the daily “Mass Cash” graphics on Thursday. This is a handsome amount to be win.

It was soldout from the Stop & Shop grocery store on Cooley Street in Springfield.every one is invested in the earnings and people are finding this thing interesting that why they are coming in the lottery game.

“Mass Cash” lottery graphics occur every day at 9 p.m., and Jackpot passes to play are $1. A participants must pick five digits between 1 and 35, and there are three available awards to win.

If all five digits paired the digits graph, the “Mass Cash” participants wins $100,000. If they pair four digits s, the awards is $250, and if they paired three, the awards is $10.

Overall, there were nearly 636 lottery passes value at least $600 won or demanded in Massachusetts on Thursday, including 15 in Springfield and 20 in Worcester.

The Massachusetts State Jackpot declared a full list of all the winning lottery passes every day. The list only includes winning lottery passes value more than $600.

The two biggest Jackpot awards won in the state of Massachusetts so far in 2023 were $33 million and $31 million Mega Millions jackpot passes .

The Jackpot passes were each soldout a week apart, with the $33 million passes for the Tuesday, Jan. 24 graphics buys from a Stop & Shop in Belchertown. The champions came forward to demand the award on March 1 through the Skylark Group Trust.

The $31 million Mega Millions jackpot passes was won on Jan. 31. The big blast winning Jackpot passes was buys in Woburn from a Gibbs gas station, and the digit demanded the awards on March 8 through S & L Trust.

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