Massachusetts lottery was worth $250,000, and two winners of $1M in August

One man in Massachusetts was awarded $1 million through the instant ticket contest after he pulled over because of a traffic jam.

Bernard Fox became the seventh $1 million prize winner of The Massachusetts State Lottery’s “Billion Dollar Extravaganza” after he used his $50 to buy the instantaneous game.

Fox told Massachusetts Lottery that he needed to stop by Express Mart situated on 395 High Plain St. in Walpole, Massachusetts, owing to the snarling traffic on his return.

He decided to receive his prize in a lump amount of 650,000 dollars (pre-tax). Additionally, the shop that sold the ticket receives a bonus of $10,000.

$25 million and one million-dollar winners will join Fox

Massachusetts lottery was worth $250,000, and two winners of $1M in August.

People in Massachusetts have been raking in big prizes throughout August. The lottery in the state was announced on Monday that someone had won $25 million from in the “Billion Dollar Extravaganza” game at the Speedway located in Somerville.

The biggest winner is Glen Asaro of Glouchester, who won $1 million when his friend suggested playing the instant game.

“Billion Dollar Extravaganza “Billion Dollar Extravaganza” game is the largest ever instant-win prize of $25 million. The game also boasts the highest payout percentage among all lotteries in the state at 82 percent, lottery officials claimed.

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