Match 6-winning ticket worth $1.16 million sold in Westmoreland |

Match 6-winning ticket worth $1.16 million sold in Westmoreland

Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review

A jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Match 6 ticket worth more than $1.1 million for the June 28 drawing was sold at Peterson’s Sunoco at 623 Oak St. in Irwin.

The ticket correctly matched all six winning numbers, 03-08-24-25-38-47, to win the $1.16 million jackpot prize, less withholding. The retailer earns a $10,000 selling bonus.

Winners are unknown until prizes are claimed and tickets validated. Match 6 winners have one year from the drawing date to claim prizes. The holder of a jackpot-winning Match 6 ticket should sign the ticket and contact the nearest Lottery office.

More than 42,000 other Match 6 Lotto tickets also won prizes in the drawing. Players are reminded to check every ticket, every time. Lower-tier prizes may be claimed at Lottery retailers.

This was Westmoreland County’s second big Match 6 win this year.

A Match 6 Lotto ticket worth $1.3 million was sold at Giant Eagle at 6024 Route 30, Hempfield Township, for the Feb. 6 drawing.

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