3 Pennsylvania Lottery Treasure Hunt Tickets Split $133,000.50 Jackpot

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PENNSYLVANIA — The Pennsylvania Lottery has announced three winning tickets from September 11’s Treasure Hunt drawing will split a jackpot prize of $133,000.50.

So far, no one has come forward to claim the prize, so it’s still up for grabs! If you bought a ticket for that drawing, be sure to check it carefully – you might just be holding a winning ticket!

The winning tickets were sold in Bucks, Lancaster, and Lycoming counties. Each ticket matched all five numbers drawn – 17-18-24-25-26 – to win an individual prize of $44,333.50.

If you’re lucky enough to have one of the winning tickets, you can claim your prize at any Pennsylvania Lottery office. The winning tickets were sold by:

  • Smoker’s Express, in Morrisville, Bucks County;
  • Turkey Hill, in Quarryville, Lancaster County; and
  • Cogan Station Market, in Cogan Station, Lycoming County.

More than 39,200 other Treasure Hunt tickets won prizes in the drawing, so even if you didn’t win the jackpot there’s still a chance you took home a prize.

The Pennsylvania Lottery encourages all players to check their tickets carefully, every time. You never know – you might just be a winner!

So if you bought a ticket in Bucks, Lancaster, or Lycoming counties for the September 11 Treasure Hunt drawing, be sure to check it carefully – you could be one of the three big winners! And even if you didn’t win the jackpot, there’s still a chance you took home a prize. Good luck!

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