Unclaimed $100,000 CT Lottery Ticket Set To Expire Thursday
The clock is ticking on a CT Lottery ticket worth $100,000.
Chris Dehnel , Patch Staff
Posted Wed, Aug 12, 2020 at 12:35 p m ET
CONNECTICUT — The clock is ticking on a CT Lottery ticket worth $100,000.
Lottery officials said a player purchased a Cash5 ticket with a five-number match worth $100,000 for the Feb. 15 drawing and has yet to claim it. The winning ticket, sold at Alltown Market, 504 Middlebury Road in Middlebury, will expire on August 13 — Thursday — unless it is claimed.
The winning Cash5 numbers drawn on February 15, were 7 – 14 – 22 – 25 – 27.
CT Lottery officials said to claim the prize, the winner can go to any CT Lottery retailer to have the ticket validated through a registered terminal, or call 860-713-2680 to schedule an appointment to come directly to CT Lottery Headquarters at 777 Brook Street in Rocky Hill.
All draw game tickets expire 180-calendar days from the draw date.
Unclaimed $100,000 CT Lottery Ticket Set To Expire Thursday – Across Connecticut, CT – The clock is ticking on a CT Lottery ticket worth $100,000.
$2.2 Million Connecticut Lottery Ticket Still Unclaimed
Someone, somewhere is still holding a Connecticut Lottery Ticket that’s worth $2.2 million. Could it be you?
Back in April, someone bought a Connecticut Lottery Ticket that has a winning combination of numbers that are worth $2.2 million.
The ticket, which was part of the April 24 Connecticut Lottery drawing, was sold at Hamden Shell, located at 1994 Whitney Ave. The ticket has not yet been claimed, and the person only has until October 21 to claim their millions.
According to newstimes.com, the winning number combination was 2 – 7 – 8 – 12 – 17 – 24.
If you have a ticket that matches the numbers drawn, you’ll need to timely claim the prize, on or before Oct. 21. Here’s what you have to do, just go to any CT Lottery retailer to have your ticket validated through their terminal, or call 860-713-2680 to schedule an appointment to come directly to CT Lottery Headquarters at 777 Brook St. in Rocky Hill.
Lottery officials are concerned that on April 24, Connecticut was at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic, and Governor Ned Lamont was reporting 821 new COVID-19 cases and 125 deaths in the state, so a spokesperson from the lottery did say there is a chance that the lottery numbers could have been missed due to people having a lot on their mind.
According to Connecticut State Lottery rules, all draw game tickets expire 180 calendar days from the date the numbers were drawn.
Someone, somewhere is still holding a Connecticut Lottery Ticket that's worth 2.2 million dollars. Could it be you?