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Seller’s Mistake Leads to Huge Michigan Lottery Jackpot

Seller’s Mistake Leads to Huge Michigan Lottery Jackpot

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The winner said she plans to use her prize money to travel and increase her savings.

An Illinois man says a store clerk’s mistake led him to win a $25,000-a-year-for-life prize. This was reported by UPI.

Specifically, 60-year-old Michael Sopeistal told Michigan Lottery officials that he wanted to buy Lucky for Life tickets every time he visited Michigan. He bought his lucky ticket at a gas station.

“I go to Michigan every few weeks to eat at my favorite restaurant, and I always buy 10 or 20 Lucky for Life tickets while I’m here,” he said.

At this time, the man asked the seller for a ticket for ten different drawings, but he accidentally printed a ticket with ten lines for one drawing, but Michael told him that he still wants to have it.

Sopeistal’s ticket from the GoLo gas station matched all five white balls in the September 17 draw: 11-15-17-24-48.

“One day I looked at my ticket and saw that I had won $25,000 a year for life. I immediately started thinking about what I could do with the money and whether I wanted to take a lump sum or an annuity. It was a amazing feeling.” – he said.

A man recently visited the lottery headquarters to claim his prize. He chose to take his winnings as a lump sum payment of $390,000 rather than as annuity payments of $25,000 per year for 20 years or for life.

It was previously reported that a woman from North Carolina won a $100,000 lottery prize.

In China, a man lost a jackpot of 5 million yuan

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Source: korrespondent

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