NJ Lottery’s Pick-6 Welcomes Two New Millionaires

June 28th, 2014   ·   Add Your Comment Now...

Players of the New Jersey took a long time before one of them managed to win their Pick 6 game.  The prize had snowballed to $20.1 million in the 53 draws since Dec. 12, 2013 before someone finally made the 6 number match.  But just a week later, and before the June 16th sinner could claim his winnings, another player managed to match all six numbers to win the Pick 6 jackpot.  This time however, the jackpot on the June 23rd draw was “only” $2.1 million.  The jackpot for the next draw has since been reset to $2 million.

Lottery officials are looking forward to awarding he prizes to two new New Jersey millionaires after a long drought.  The winning ticket for last Monday’s draw was purchased at White Oak Liquors on Union Avenue.  The store won a commission of $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

Read more in http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2014/06/nj_lotterys_pick-6_has_2_winners_after_6-month_drought.html

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