Lottery Tickets Worth Over $500,000 Sold at Illinois Gas Stations


Illinois lottery players have a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving holiday.

According to the Illinois Lottery, someone won a Lucky Day Lotto ticket worth $550,000 at a Bloomington gas station.

According to the lottery, the winning tickets were sold at Freedom Oil located at 1801 S. Veterans Pkwy. I matched all five of his numbers in the November 20th draw and won the jackpot. The winning number was 9-12-16-33-44.

In a statement, Daniel Franks, manager of Freedom Oil in Bloomington, said in a statement: “Overwhelmed with excitement and curiosity, I went through the store’s recorded video to find out who had purchased the winning ticket.” Even after watching the tape, I honestly don’t know, but I am very happy that tickets were bought at our store, whether they were local customers or out-of-town customers.”

The gas station will get a bonus of $5,500, or 1% of the winnings, for the winning ticket sale.

“The retail bonus couldn’t have been more perfectly timed,” said Michael Owens, owner and president of Freedom Oil Company, in a statement. , this year we plan to add a lottery bonus to our annual Christmas bonus, which will make this holiday season a little bit more fun.”

This ticket won the 28th prize of over $500,000 at this year’s Lucky Day Lotto in Illinois.

In total, more than 18,500 winning tickets were sold, with nearly $600,000 in prizes won in the Lucky Day Lotto drawing on the evening of November 20, reports the Illinois Lottery.

Winners will be entitled to receive their prizes for a period of one (1) year from the date of the drawing.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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