Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Check your numbers, as you could be the lucky winner of $100,000
You could be the winner and not even realize it! A lottery ticket purchased in the Upstate is worth $100,000. The player purchased the Palmetto Cash 5 ticket from Piedmont Petro Corner Mart No. 38 located at 2705 White Horse Road in Greenville for Monday's drawing. Here's the Palmetto Cash 5 winning number for Monday, January 21: 12, 15, 18, 23, and 28 Power-Up: 2 Check your tickets. The winner has 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim the $100,000 prize. For complete information on claiming prizes, visit the lottery website.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Check your numbers South Carolina
Are you a winner? Three lucky people in the state could be holding lottery tickets worth $10,000, but you need to hurry and claim your prize. The S.C. Education Lottery announced Wednesday that the three Mega Millions tickets sold as part of the record-setting $656 million jackpot March 30 are still unclaimed. Here are the winning numbers: Mega Millions® – Friday, March 30 2 - 4 - 23 - 38 - 46 Megaball®: 23 Megaplier®: 3 The tickets must be claimed by 4:45 p.m. Sept. 26. Lottery officials said the tickets were sold in Charleston, Gaffney and Sumter, according to lottery officials. If you bought tickets at Northbridge Exxon, 1140 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., Charleston, Kangaroo Express #3406, 100 Shelby Highway, Gaffney, and Citgo, 4650 Broad St…
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
A Palmetto Cash lottery ticket drawn Monday was purchased at Hickory Point 153 #11, 3600 Highway 153.
Check your tickets, you could be $100,000 richer. According to the S.C. Education Lottery, a Palmetto Cash 5 ticket was purchased from Hickory Point No. 11, 3600 Highway 153, Greenville, for Monday night's drawing. The ticket matched all five numbers drawn. Here are the numbers: 4, 13, 28, 30, and 35, and the Power-Up: 2 Check your tickets. Players have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim prizes.
Monday, May 7, 2012
A security guard who stopped to buy a ticket on his way to work said he guarded the ticket all night.
A Greenville security guard said that becoming a millionaire won't change him. “I’m still the same old me,” he told officials at the S.C. Education Lottery. The security guardy stopped to purchase a $10 Diamond Millionaire 10th Anniversary $1 MILLION ticket on his way to work. He said his friends couldn't be happier for him. But what will he do with the money? He has been hugged a lot. The millionaire’s family and friends couldn’t be happier for him. He wants to do something special for his mom for Mother’s Day and take care of his girlfriend’s car payment. When asked if he would share the wealth? The man said that he tells them where they can buy their own lottery ticket. The man said he plans to continue to work. Harry’s Quick Stop #2 on…
Monday, April 30, 2012
Central woman bought a ticket when her son did and came up a winner.
Monday, April 30, 2012
A Central woman’s son bought a lottery ticket, so she decided to get one too. He won $15. She won $100,000. The winner admitted she doesn't play often and was confushed by what she saw printed on her Money Maker scratch-off ticket. She said her son convinced her that she was the winner of $100,000, but she wasn't so sure. It was not until lottery officials confirmed the win that she started smiling. “Oh, I’m smiling now,” she said mentioning the new washer, dryer, and living room furniture she is planning to buy. When asked if she was going to share her winnings with her son, “I’ll give him another $15,” she laughed. “That’s all he needs.” Pilot Travel Center in Clinton will receive $1,000 for selling the ticket.
Friday, September 16, 2011
Thirteen co-workers at a Spartanburg manufacturing facility are splitting $250,000.
A winning lottery ticket worth $250,000 has been claimed by a group of 13 from a local manufacturing plant in Spartanburg, the S.C. Education Lottery confirmed Friday. The lottery commission did not release the name of the company or the names of the winners, according to the story at GoUpstate.com The ticket was bought at the Corner Stop in Boiling Springs, and matched Tuesday's drawn numbers.