Lucky Weekend in Illinois: Three Prizes Won!
$1,000,000 Mega Millions Prize Won in Bedford Park
$100,000 Lucky Day Lotto Prize Won in Hinsdale
$150,000 Lucky Day Lotto Prize Won in Chicago
|For Immediate Release||Contact: Jason Schaumburg (312) 793-3034|
CHICAGO, IL — July 23, 2018 — If you recently purchased a Lucky Day Lotto ticket or a Mega Millions ticket, you may want to check it right away! A gas station in Bedford Park sold a $1,000,000 winning Mega Millions ticket in the Friday, July 20, drawing. A $100,000 winning Lucky Day Lotto ticket was also sold at a gas station in Hinsdale in the Friday, July 20, evening drawing, and a liquor store in Chicago sold a $150,000 winning Lucky Day Lotto ticket in the Saturday, July 21, evening drawing.
The winning Quick Pick Mega Millions ticket was purchased at Speedway, 6800 S. Archer Road, in Bedford Park, and matched all five numbers – 01 - 14 - 30 - 44 - 62 – to win a $1,000,000 prize. The retailer will receive a bonus of $10,000, or one percent of the prize amount, for selling the winning ticket.
The winning Quick Pick Lucky Day Lotto ticket from the Friday, July 20, evening drawing was purchased at Mobil, 8 W. Chicago Ave., in Hinsdale, and matched all five numbers – 05 - 09 - 18 - 39 - 41 – to win the $100,000 jackpot. The retailer will receive a bonus of $1,000, or one percent of the prize amount, for selling the winning ticket.
The winning Lucky Day Lotto ticket from the Saturday, July 21, evening drawing was purchased at Prime Time Food & Liquor, 1650 E. 79th St., in Chicago, and matched all five numbers – 04 - 06 - 27 - 36 - 40 – to win the $150,000 jackpot. The retailer will receive a bonus of $1,500, or one percent of the prize amount, for selling the winning ticket.
The Illinois Lottery urges the lucky winners to sign the back of the ticket and keep it in a safe place until they visit one of the Lottery’s five Prize Centers in Chicago, Des Plaines, Rockford, Springfield or Fairview Heights. Winners have one year from the original drawing date to claim their prize. For more information or to subscribe online, please visit www.illinoislottery.com.
Founded in 1974, the Illinois Lottery has contributed over $20 billion (since 1985) to the state’s Common School Fund to assist K-12 public schools, as well as hundreds of millions of dollars to the Capital Projects Fund and to special causes like Illinois Veterans services, the fight against breast cancer, MS research, Special Olympics and assistance for people living with HIV/AIDS. In addition to playing in-store, the Illinois Lottery offers online and mobile play for all draw-based Illinois Lottery games at illinoislottery.com. Players must be at least 18 years old