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$3M winning scratch-off ticket sold at Rite Aid in Montgomery County

LANSDALE, Pa. – A Montgomery County resident is $3 million richer after hitting the jackpot prize on a Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off ticket.

The lucky winner purchased their ticket at Rite Aid Pharmacy on West Main Street in Lansdale, according to lottery officials. The pharmacy will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

The scratch-off was part of the $3M Limited game, which is $30 to play.

Lottery officials are reminding players that scratch-off tickets expire one year after the game’s end-sale date. More information can be found at palottery.com.

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The lucky winner purchased their ticket at Rite Aid Pharmacy on West Main Street in Lansdale, according to lottery officials.

Scratch-off lottery ticket worth $3M sold at Rite Aid in Lansdale, Pa.

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LANSDALE, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — A scratch-off lottery ticket worth $3-million was sold at a Rite Aid in Montgomery County.

The “$3 Million Limited” ticket was sold at the West Main Street store in Lansdale, the Pennsylvania Lottery said Friday.

The Rite Aid will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

“$3 Million Limited” is a $30 game that offers top prizes of $3 million.

This is the latest instant millionaire in the Philadelphia area this year.

In February, a “$3 Million Cash Game” scratch-off ticket worth $3-milllion was sold at the Wawa at 8220 W. Bartram Avenue.

A scratch-off lottery ticket worth $3-million was sold at a Rite Aid in Lansdale, Montgomery County. ]]>