Pick-6 Lottery Ticket Worth $6.7M Sold at NJ Convenience Store
One lucky person is about to become a multi-millionaire just in time for Christmas thanks to a winning Pick-6 Lottery ticket.
The winning Pick-6 ticket matched all six numbers for the Monday, December 21st drawing according to the NJ Lottery website. The winning ticket is worth $6.7 million and the cash value is over $5.7 million.
The winning ticket was sold at a convenience store on Bridge Street in Lambertville located in Hunterdon County. The lucky winning numbers for the Monday, December 21st jackpot were: 08, 13, 24, 26, 28 and 33. The XTRA Multiplier was 02.
A recent lucky Powerball ticket from South Jersey worth $50,000 was sold at County Farms located on 283 Egg Harbor Road in Sewell in Gloucester County. A second winning ticket was sold at a grocery and meat market in Hudson County, in North Jersey.
Someone in South Jersey scored a winning Jersey Cash 5 lottery ticket worth over $930,000 dollars. The lucky winning ticket was sold at Wrightstown Wine & Liquor located on East Main St. in Wrightstown in Burlington County.
The Mega Millions jackpot for Tuesday, December 22nd climbs to $330 million with a cash option of $252.8 million.The Powerball Jackpot for Wednesday, December 23rd climbs to $331 million with a $247 million cash option.
Who wouldn't want a little extra green to put in their pockets during the holiday shopping season!
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