Mega Millions lottery ticket hits for $1M+ at Primm lotto store
NEVADA (KTNV) — A Mega Millions ticket purchased at The Lotto Store at Primm hit five of six numbers for a payday of more than $1 million in Tuesday’s drawing.
The ticket was purchased at the lotto store located at the California-Nevada border next to Interstate 15 in Nipton, according to the California Lottery.
The winning ticket had the first five numbers in the drawing but failed to match the Mega Ball. Still, the correct five produced a winning ticket of $1,118,426.
Tuesday’s Mega Million jackpot of $152 million remains after numbers 23, 45, 53, 58, 62 with Mega Ball 13 were not on anyone’s ticket.
The next Mega Millions drawing will be Friday.
A Mega Millions ticket purchased at The Lotto Store at Primm hit five of six numbers for a payday of more than $1 million in Tuesday's drawing.
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How can the website referring to Primm not have a listing related to the world’s busiest lottery store? The store, 50 feet across the California state line (according to my GPS), at the south end of the outlet mall, sells more lottery tickets than any other location in the world! At last count they had 9 lottery machines and a line to match! The national news always photographs the crowd snaking around the store when the jackpots get big; this just shows that Nevada is loosing a lot of business to CA and should sell Powerball and Mega Millions tickets within it’s borders! One tip, if you have read this far–if you want to buy CA lottery tickets, pass up Primm and go to the second exit in CA on I-15, Nipton. The Nipton General Store has a lottery machine and no lines! I can’t figure out why people wait in a four hour line when they could drive to Nipton (about 20-30 minutes) and buy their tickets! You would be back in Primm with three hours to spare!
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I also always thought it was strange that Nevada didn’t participate in the lotto.
Immaterial, as I bought the winning ticket in AZ.
I read that they would have to amend the NV constitution to have a lottery in the state–seems to me that they would have to work out something with the big casino companies to get it changed!
Funny, I bought the other winning ticket here in FL. By the way, even with all the tickets purchased for tonight’s Mega Millions drawing ABC News stated that one forth of the combinations are not covered, so it could roll over again. Meanwhile, you will have another shot tomorrow night with Powerball!
Is this location permently closed ? If this location sells the most as stated, why is it still closed ?
Answer 1 of 5: How can the website referring to Primm not have a listing related to the world's busiest lottery store? The store, 50 feet across the California state line (according to my GPS), at the south end of the outlet mall, sells more lottery tickets…