A lucky lottery player in Massachusetts is now $100,000 richer.
The $100,000 award, the third-largest prize in the “Millions” scratch-off lottery game, was won Friday. The winning ticket was bought at the Convenience Station in Haverhill.
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Besides the $100,000 win Friday, there were multiple other notable prizes won this week, including two $100,000 awards won from the same store in Haverhill on Thursday. On Wednesday, the last day of the month, there were three $100,000 lottery winners, who bought their winning tickets in Marlborough, Quincy and Springfield.
Also, last week, Medi Pulaha won the top $4 million prize in the “$4,000,000,000 Spectacular” scratch ticket game. He purchased his ticket at a Shaw’s supermarket location in Norwood and plans to use some of his winnings to pay for his grandchildren’s education, the Massachusetts State Lottery said.
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Overall, there were more than 560 winning lottery tickets worth at least $600 claimed or sold in the commonwealth on Friday, including 13 in Springfield, 16 in Worcester and 61 in Boston. Every day, the state lottery releases a list of all the winning tickets worth more than $600.
The largest lottery prize won in Massachusetts this year was worth $16.35 million, which was part of the game “Megabucks Doubler” game. The winning ticket was purchased at a Cumberland Farms in Ware. There were also three $15 million prizes won in the commonwealth this year.