Four lottery prizes worth $100,000 were won in Massachusetts on Friday, with two of the winning tickets sold at the same store.
One of the $100,000 prizes was won from a “$15,000,000 Money Maker” scratch sold at a Cumberland Farms location in Blackstone, while the other three six-digit awards were scored from the “Mass Cash” drawing Friday night.
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Two of the winning Mass Cash tickets were sold at the same location, Hilltop Stop Convenience Store in Plainville. Another was bought at Adams Variety in Quincy.
Mass Cash is a numbers lottery game, where players can choose five numbers ranging from 1 to 35 for their ticket. Drawings are daily at 9 p.m., and players must match all five numbers on their ticket to win $100,000.
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The four winners of the $100,000 prizers Friday were not the only lucky lottery players this week. On Wednesday, a $2 million scratch ticket won along with seven other $100,000 prizes were won.
The $2 million prize was won from a “$2,000,000 50X Cashword” scratch ticket, marking the highest prize that can be won possible from playing the game. The winner purchased their ticket in Sterling from Appleton Market.
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Overall, there were nearly 550 winning lottery tickets worth at least $600 claimed or sold in Massachusetts on Friday, including five in Springfield, 12 in Worcester and 46 in Boston.
Every day, the Massachusetts State Lottery releases a list of all the winning tickets that are worth more than $600.