A man in suburban Detroit was given the wrong lottery ticket. But there was no mistake about the result: a $2 million winner.Get more news
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The Michigan Lottery said the man stopped at a gas station in Eastpointe, Michigan, to put air in a tire. He needed change for the air
machine and also asked for a $10 Lucky 7's scratch-off ticket.
"The clerk handed me the $20 ticket by mistake. He offered to exchange it for me but something told me to keep it. I am sure glad I
did!” the man said in a statement released Tuesday by the Lottery.
The name of the 57-year-old man wasn’t released. He decided to take a lump sum of about $1.3 million instead of $2 million spread over many
years, the Lottery said.A $1.4 million winning Lotto+ ticket was sold at
a liquor store south of Colorado Springs, according to the Colorado
A $1.4 million winning Lotto+ ticket was sold at a liquor store south of Colorado Springs, according to the Colorado Lottery.The ticket
was for Saturday night’s drawing. It was sold at the Liquor Stop at
Fontaine Boulevard and Fountain Mesa Road.