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March 14th, 2017   ·   Read 3 Comments...

Lottery Stories Of The Week

This week a florist’s life suddenly turned rosy after a £247,463 lottery prize and four members of the Atchison family impulsively played the lottery together to win a million dollar prize.

In the UK, a bar manager who does not drink very much celebrated a million pound win with a glass of water and a student in the US managed to wipe away all of his debts with a $300,000 instant ticket win.

Florists Bag £247,463 Lottery Prize
A florist has won almost a quarter million pounds in the  lottery. Con Smith says this is the latest in a series of blessings his family has received recently.

Atchison Family Takes Home $1 Million Lottery Prize
Four people impulsively formed a lottery syndicate of sorts (what is a lottery syndicate?). Now they walk away with a million dollar Powerball second prize.

Bar Manager Celebrates £1M Win With Glass Of Water
A bar manager, who says he isn’t much of a drinker, celebrated a EuroMillions Mega Week draw win with a glass of water. Kevin Piper had won £1 million on UK Millionaire Maker and chose the cash option instead of a Hawaiian Adventure package for another £93,000! He later popped a bottle of champagne as he received his cheque at Ramside Hall in Durham.

Scratch Off Ticket Makes Man Debt-Free In An Instant
Christopher Gerasimopoulos is a person who knows how it is to live with all kinds of debts. He’s had car loans, student loans and other debts to pay.But after buying a scratch off lottery ticket on impulse, and the kind of ticket he does not even normally buy, he’s now debt free.

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  • Mike

    Love the stories.

  • Rajendra Kulkarni

    Respected sir,
    Can I request while you are giving the news of lottery winners please mention the draw; result ; date of purchasing time and birthdate of the winners with full name for my personal research regarding with numerology.
    Thanks in advance

    • Lottery Blog

      I don’t think winners are going to freely hand out sensitive personal information like their date of birth 🙂

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