Massachusetts State Lottery winner: $1 million prize won, 5 $100,000 prizes won Monday

Another large prize was won at Ted’s Stateline Mobil in Methuen Monday.

The prize was worth $100,000 and was for the game “Massachusetts Millionaires’ Club.” It comes after the gas station has sold three $1 million winning tickets and a $25,000 per year “Lucky for Life” ticket in the past two months.

There were also four other $100,000 prizes won in Massachusetts Monday.

Two other $100,000 “Massachusetts Millionaires’ Club” prize were won Monday. One was sold at Somerset Country Store in Somerset and the other was sold at Big Y in Kingston. And two $100,000 prizes were won off of the game “$15 million Money Maker.” They were sold at Macy’s Liquors in West Roxbury and Cumberland Farms in Attleboro.

But they weren’t the biggest prizes of the day.

A $1 million prize was won off the game “Diamonds 50X.” It was sold at Everett Square Convenience in Everett.

Overall, there were more than 850 winning lottery tickets worth at least $600 claimed or sold Monday, including 26 in Springfield and 32 in Worcester.

The Massachusetts State Lottery releases a full list of all the winning tickets each day. The list only includes winning tickets worth more than $600.

The largest Massachusetts State Lottery prize won so far this year was for $15 million.

It was claimed by the P.M. Investment Trust of Fall River, which was represented by trustee Joseph H. Silvia. Silvia was then presented with a check for $6,922,500.

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