A $2 million jackpot prize was won in Worcester off of scratch-off ticket.
The prize was won off of the game $2,000,000 50x Cashword. It was sold at Gulf Gas Station, which is located at 590 Southbridge St.
It was the final ticket worth $2 million for the game. There is, however, still one ticket worth $1 million that hasn’t been claimed.
There were also three $100,000 winners Tuesday, which were all won off of the game “Millions.”
One of the tickets was sold at a Quick Stop in Methuen. Another was sold at 7-Eleven in Adams. And the final $100,000 winning ticket claimed Tuesday was sold at 114 Liquors in Lawrence.
Overall, there were more than 550 winning lottery tickets worth at least $600 claimed or sold in Massachusetts on Tuesday, including 18 in Worcester and 14 in Springfield.
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 lottery prizes won in Massachusetts this year were two $15 million prizes. Both lottery prizes were claimed by trusts.