Pennsylvania Lottery Retailers Strike Gold with Big Wins Across the State

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MIDDLETOWN, PA — A stroke of luck hit Delaware County as a local Pennsylvania Lottery retailer sold a $1 million-winning $1 Million Moneybag Crossword Scratch-Off ticket. The winning ticket was purchased at Wawa, located at 1073 Baltimore Pike in Media. For facilitating this life-changing win, Wawa will receive a $5,000 bonus. The $1 Million Moneybag Crossword is a $20 game offering top prizes of $1 million.

Meanwhile, in Lackawanna County, another lucky win took place this week. A Powerball® with Double Play® ticket worth $500,000 was sold for the Monday, May 20 drawing. The ticket matched five of the five Double Play® balls drawn, securing a hefty prize. Tobacco King, situated at 1150 Northern Boulevard in South Abington Township, will earn a $500 bonus for selling the winning ticket. The Double Play® feature was introduced in August 2021, enhancing the excitement with an additional weekly drawing on Mondays.

Adding to the streak of wins, an online prize worth $515,990.90 was recently awarded to a player from Cumberland County. The fortunate individual won this impressive amount on the online game Round Table Riches. This connect-style game offers various features such as auto-win symbols, free games, and bonus game activations, contributing to the Adventure Jackpot.

The luck continued with a jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 with Quick Cash ticket sold for the Saturday, May 18 drawing. The ticket matched all five balls drawn, netting a prize of $469,431.50. Coen, located at 2399 Duss Avenue in Ambridge, will receive a $500 bonus for selling the winning ticket. Over 12,000 other Cash 5 with Quick Cash tickets also won prizes in this drawing.

Players are reminded to check their tickets regularly and claim any lower-tier prizes at a Lottery retailer. The Pennsylvania Lottery continues to bring excitement and significant winnings to eager participants across the state.

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