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Sep 06, 2018
Roanoke woman wins $777,777 in “Blazing Hot 7s” game

Spfia ChunSofia Chun was driving back home to Roanoke after visiting family in Richmond.

She stopped for a break at Oilville BP Pit Stop on Broad Street in Oilville. While she was there, she picked up a Blazing Hot 7s ticket from the Virginia Lottery.

When she later scratched the ticket in the car, she realized she’d won the game’s top prize of $777,777.

“It’s a miracle!” she said as she claimed her prize.

Blazing Hot 7s is one of dozens of games available from the Virginia Lottery. It features prizes ranging from $10 to $777,777. She’s the third person to claim the top prize, which means one top prize remains unclaimed in this game.

Ms. Chun said she has no immediate plans for her winnings.

The chances of winning the top prize are 1 in 734,400. The chances of winning any prize in this game are 1 in 3.32.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  Ms. Chun lives in Roanoke City, which received more than $16.5 million in lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of lottery funds to Virginia school districts, click here.

The Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 11, 2019
Ashburn woman wins a new Ford Expedition® and $100,000 cash

Carrie WallsShe drives off with top prize in Ford Expedition® Plus $100K Promotion

Carrie Walls was already planning to take her family to Disneyworld, and now she has a great new set of wheels in which to do it. She won the top prize in the Virginia Lottery’s Ford Expedition® Plus $100K Promotion.

The Ashburn woman’s ticket was drawn out of more than 554,000 entries in the Dec. 4 drawing to win the top prize of an Expedition® plus $100,000. On Jan. 11, she was at Koons Sterling Ford in Sterling to receive the keys and her check from the Virginia Lottery.

“I cried. I couldn’t believe it,” she said about the moment she discovered she’d won the drawing.

She said the $100,000 portion of the prize is especially timely because her husband is a federal worker who is currently furloughed in the federal government shutdown.

Ms. Walls, who spent more than 13 years in the U. S. Air Force, entered her non-winning Ford Expedition® Plus $100K tickets in the promotion.

Ford Expedition® Plus $100K features prizes ranging from $5 up to that top prize. In addition to Ms. Walls, two people have won an Expedition® and $100,000 with winning Scratcher tickets. That means one more top prize remains unclaimed.  The odds of scratching to win the top prize in Ford Expedition® Plus $100K are 1 in 1,387,200. The odds of winning any prize in this game are 1 in 4.16.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  Ms. Walls lives in Loudoun County, which received more than $13.3 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 11, 2019
Suffolk man wins $1 million Powerball prize

Wesley Odom“We didn’t sleep at all last night!”

That’s how Wesley Odom reacted to discovering he’d won $1 million playing Powerball. The Suffolk man matched the first five numbers in the Dec. 29 drawing; he only missed the Powerball number.

He bought the winning ticket at College Drive Exxon located at 339 North College Drive in Franklin. The store receives a $10,000 bonus from the Virginia Lottery for selling the winning ticket.

The winning numbers in that drawing were 12-42-51-53-62, and the Powerball number was 25. He used Easy Pick and allowed the computer to randomly select the numbers on his ticket.

The retiree said he has no immediate plans for his winnings.

Powerball drawings are held at 10:59 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. They are broadcast on TV stations across Virginia and live on www.valottery.com.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game. Mr. Odom lives in Suffolk, which received more than $9.2 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 09, 2019
Woodbridge Engineer Wins Virginia Lottery’s “Made in Virginia” Award

George PrestonGeorge Preston was honored this week as one of four winners in the Virginia Lottery’s inaugural “Made in Virginia” program. As a winner, Preston was able to gift $9,000 in prizes to the school he graduated from, Woodbridge Senior High School, and will be featured in a Virginia Lottery “Made in Virginia” commercial set to air in January 2019.

Launched for the first time this year, the goal of “Made in Virginia” is to recognize exceptional individuals who got their start in Virginia public schools. Four graduates who have created noteworthy success in their career, overcome remarkable adversity or demonstrated a relentless passion for service to their community, were selected from among hundreds of statewide nominees. 

After working his way through school and graduating from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Preston started at SAI Engineering, a local Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Design (MEP) firm. He has since become the firm’s Co-Owner and Principal Mechanical Engineer. Preston was nominated for his commitment to volunteerism, wherein he has mentored students in Prince William County Public Schools and coached a youth basketball league.

“The winners of the ‘Made in Virginia’ award exemplify not only the inspiring graduates we have here in the Commonwealth, but also demonstrate the instrumental role our K-12 public schools play in a student’s ultimate life success,” said Virginia Lottery Executive Director Kevin Hall. “Honoring these tremendous graduates feels like the perfect way to celebrate our 30-year mission to benefit Virginia’s K-12 public schools.”

The four “Made in Virginia” winners – one each from the northern, southern, eastern and western parts of the state – get to award $9,000 in prizes, including $5,000 from the Virginia Lottery and $4,000 in school supplies from The Supply Room, to the Virginia K-12 public school of their choice. Those schools may use those winnings to address their unique needs.

“The education that students receive in our public schools creates a lasting impact – and ultimately shapes the inspirational advocates, innovators and leaders of the future,” said Virginia Secretary of Education Atif Qarni. “There are endless success stories that originate in Virginia’s classrooms, and it’s time we recognize those community members.”

Stephanie Saylor, a fellow employee at SAI Engineering who nominated Preston, said, “He has always reached for the stars in his thoughts and actions, while honoring that inclination by encouraging children in his community to do so as well.”

The launch of “Made in Virginia” coincided with the Lottery’s 30th birthday in 2018. The first Lottery ticket was sold on September 20, 1988, and since 1999, a combined $9 billion in Virginia Lottery profits have benefited K-12 public schools.

To learn more about all four Made in Virginia winners, visit the Virginia Lottery Media Center.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 08, 2019
Halifax man wins $100,000 playing Cash 5

Randy CageIt was just a regular day when Randy Cage chose to play the Virginia Lottery’s Cash 5 game. While watching the Dec. 8 draw show on the Virginia Lottery website, the Halifax native realized he matched all five numbers to win the top prize of $100,000.

Cage purchased his winning ticket at the Apple Market at 4035 B Halifax Road in South Boston. He used Easy Pick and allowed the computer to randomly select the numbers for his ticket.

He said he doesn't feel “any different” and is happy about winning.

Cash 5 drawings are held daily at 1:59 p.m. and 11 p.m. The chances of winning the top prize in this game are 1 in 278,256.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  The winning ticket was bought in Halifax County, which received more than $3.28 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 08, 2019
‘Best Christmas present I ever got!’ -- Maryland man wins $1 million prize in Virginia Lottery’s Extreme Millions

Steven WivellSteven Wivell won $1 million on Christmas Day.

The Thurmont, Md., man had been doing some work in Virginia a few days earlier when he stopped at the GasMart at 12709 James Monroe Highway in Leesburg and cashed in some winning tickets. He used his winnings to buy an Extreme Millions ticket.

He tossed the ticket on the passenger seat of his vehicle.

“Something just told me it was a big winner,” he said.

When he scratched the ticket on Christmas morning, he discovered he’d been right all along: It was a big winner.

“Best Christmas present I ever got!” he said.

He had the choice of taking the full $1 million prize over 30 years or a one-time cash option of $657,030 before taxes. He chose the cash option. The store that sold the winning ticket receives a $10,000 bonus from the Virginia Lottery.

Extreme Millions (game #18410) features prizes ranging from $30 to $10 million. The $1 million prize he won is the game’s second prize. This is the fifth $1,000,000 prize claimed in this game, which means seven more remain unclaimed.

In addition, two $10 million top prizes are unclaimed. The odds of winning the top prize are 1 in 2,937,600. The odds of winning any prize in this game are 1 in 2.97.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  Mr. Wivell bought the ticket in Loudoun County, which received more than $13.3 million in lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 08, 2019
A rainy day spells luck for Virginia Beach woman who wins $150,000

Linda BarnesLinda Barnes was 99.9% sure she had won big playing the Virginia Lottery’s new game Royal Riches.

“This can’t be,” she thought as she scratched to reveal the top prize of $150,000.

It all started with a cold and rainy day when her granddaughter wanted tacos for dinner. The Virginia Beach native didn’t have all the ingredients, so she braved the weather for groceries. While running her errand, Ms. Barnes noticed the new Royal Riches Scratcher and figured she would give it a try.

As it turns out, tacos were the lucky meal! Ms. Barnes won the first top prize in Royal Riches. The winning ticket was purchased at the Food Lion at 3960 Salem Lakes Blvd. in Virginia Beach.

The chances of winning the top prize in this game are 1 in 1,040,400. The chances of winning any prize in this game are 1 in 4.29.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  The winning ticket was bought in Virginia Beach, which received more than $32.7 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 08, 2019
Chesapeake woman claims $300,000 in Instant Jackpot game

Elizabeth EargleElizabeth Eargle was home with her husband when she scratched an Instant Jackpot ticket from the Virginia Lottery and discovered she’d won the game’s $300,000 top prize.

“It’s a good feeling,” she said as the couple claimed the prize. “I try to feel good every day.”

Her husband bought the ticket at Portsmouth Manor Market located at 5701 Portsmouth Blvd. in Portsmouth.

Instant Jackpot (game #1911) is one of dozens of Scratchers available from the Virginia Lottery. It features prizes ranging from $5 to $300,000. Ms. Eargle is the second person to claim the top prize in this game, which means two $300,000 prizes remain unclaimed.

The odds of winning that top prize are 1 in 1,836,000. The odds of winning any prize in this game are 1 in 4.07.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  Ms. Eargle lives in Chesapeake, which received more than $21.1 million in lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 08, 2019
Springfield man uses Power Play® to double his prize to $100,000 in Powerball

Cresencio HernandezCresencio Hernandez was driving home from dinner with his daughter when he happened to drive past a 7-Eleven and thought about playing Powerball.

“What the heck,” he recalled thinking to himself.

The Springfield man stopped at the store at 8319 Old Keene Mill Road in Springfield and bought a ticket for the Dec. 26 drawing.

That ticket ended up winning $100,000.

Mr. Hernandez matched four of the first five numbers plus the Powerball number. Normally, that would win $50,000. However, he spent an extra dollar for Power Play® when he bought his ticket. The Power Play® in that drawing was 2X, which doubled his prize to $100,000.

“It’s a very pleasant surprise, to say the least,” the retiree said as he claimed his prize.

The winning numbers were 5-25-38-52-67, and the Powerball number was 24.

Powerball drawings are held at 10:59 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. The odds of matching all six numbers to win the jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million. The overall odds of winning any Powerball prize are 1 in 25. For more information on Powerball, visit the game’s site.  

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game.  Mr. Hernandez lives in Fairfax County, which received nearly $31.2 million in lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 08, 2019
Henrico woman wins $100,000 in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle

Rachel LaulaWhen Rachel Laula checked the winning numbers in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle, she saw something she never expected: Her ticket was one of five $100,000 winners.

“I grabbed it off the fridge, and I ran upstairs screaming,” she said as she claimed her prize. “My husband thought something terrible had happened!”

The Henrico woman bought the ticket when she stopped for gas at Hari Sai Exxon located on Ridgefield Parkway in Henrico.

Her winning ticket, #077974, is one of five $100,000 winners announced in the Jan. 1 drawing. The other four were bought in Crozet, Winchester, Blacksburg and Manassas. Three tickets each won the top prize of $1 million. Those tickets were bought in Arlington, Richmond and Chantilly. An additional 500 tickets each won $500. 

Ms. Laula said she has no immediate plans for her winnings.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game. Ms. Laula lives in Henrico County, which received more than $21.5 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 04, 2019
Chesterfield man wins $1 million prize in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle

Rob OeurRob Oeur was texting with a coworker. The coworker had mentioned that a $1 million winning ticket had been sold at a store that she knew he often visited: Sheetz at 20 South Providence Road in Chesterfield. She asked: “Did you win?”

The coworker asked: “Did you win?”

At first, Mr. Oeur said no, but then the Chesterfield man replied that he had indeed won. His coworker thought he was joking.

It was no joke. Mr. Oeur had won the $1 million prize in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle.

His ticket, #298640, was one of three $1 million winners in the Jan. 1 drawing.

The other two top prize-winning tickets were bought in Chantilly and Arlington. Five additional tickets won $100,000 each. Those tickets were bought in Crozet, Henrico, Winchester, Blacksburg and Manassas. An additional 500 tickets each won $500.

Mr. Oeur works in the commercial-banking industry. He said the prize is not only a great way to begin the year but also an early birthday present. His birthday is Jan. 7.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game. Mr. Oeur lives in Chesterfield County, which received more than $20.4 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 03, 2019
A hunch turns into a $1 million win for Arlington man

Khalid AhmedKhalid Ahmed had a hunch. The Arlington man said something nudged him to buy a ticket for Virginias’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle.

That turned into a $1 million hunch when his ticket was drawn as one of three top-prize winners in the Jan. 1 drawing.

He bought his ticket, #163551, at Four Mile Run Shell located at 4060 South Four Mile Run Drive in Arlington. The store receives $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

The other two top prize-winning tickets were bought in Chantilly and Richmond. Five additional tickets won $100,000 each. Those tickets were bought in Crozet, Henrico, Winchester, Blacksburg and Manassas. An additional 500 tickets each won $500.

Mr. Ahmed said he discovered he’d won a few hours after the drawing when he checked the winning raffle numbers on his mobile device.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game. Mr. Ahmed lives in Arlington, which received more than $4.1 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 03, 2019
Chantilly man wins $1 million in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle

Eung Kim“Wait a minute! That number looks familiar!”

That’s how Eung Kim recalled the moment he discovered he’d won the $1 million top prize in Virginias’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle.

The Chantilly man bought one – just one – ticket for the Jan. 1 drawing. That ticket, #260608, was one of three $1 million winning tickets drawn. He bought it at the 7-Eleven at 14533 Lee Road in Chantilly. The store receives $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

Mr. Kim, who works in information technology, said he went online and checked the winning numbers late on Jan. 1.

“It was a shock,” he said. “I’ve never won before.”

He said he has no immediate plans for his winnings except to pay bills.

The other two top prize-winning tickets were bought in Arlington and Richmond. Five additional tickets won $100,000 each. Those tickets were bought in Crozet, Henrico, Winchester, Blacksburg and Manassas. An additional 500 tickets each won $500.

When it comes to education, the Virginia Lottery is game. Mr. Kim lives in the Loudoun County portion of Chantilly.  Loudoun County received nearly $13.4 million in Lottery funds for K-12 education last fiscal year. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Playing Matters page.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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Jan 01, 2019
Winning numbers drawn in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle

Virginia's New Year's Millionaire RaffleThe winning numbers have been drawn in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle. The question now is: Who has those three $1 million winning tickets?

The $1 million winners are:
Ticket #163551 (bought at Four Mile Run Shell, 4060 South Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington)
Ticket #260608 (bought at 7-Eleven, 14533 Lee Road, Chantilly)
Ticket #298640 (bought at Sheetz, 20 South Providence Road, Richmond)

Five additional tickets each won $100,000. Those winning tickets are:
Ticket #014979 (bought at Fas Mart, 1248 Crozet Avenue, Crozet)
Ticket #077974 (bought at Hari Sai Exxon, 10400 Ridgefield Parkway, Henrico)
Ticket #091470 (bought at Handy Mart, 1611 Senseny Road, Winchester)
Ticket #192129 (bought at 7-Eleven, 100 Draper Road, Blacksburg)
Ticket #325214 (bought at 7-Eleven, 13639 Dumfries Road, Manassas)

Another 500 tickets each win $500.  Those numbers are posted at the Virginia Lottery’s website: www.valottery.com.

Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.6 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated more than $600 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2018. In addition, more than $14 million in unclaimed Virginia Lottery prizes went to Virginia’s Literary Fund in FY18 to benefit education. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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