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Oklahoma Lottery searching for two lucky winners who became millionaires overnight

Good news for two Oklahoma Lottery players!

Two winning lotto tickets this week made two lucky winners millionaires overnight. They will now go down in history as the 65th and 66th Oklahoma Lottery millionaire winners.

The first Lucky for Life™ top prize-winning ticket was purchased at Coop’s Stop N Shop in Bristow, Oklahoma on December, 3rd. The jackpot winner can choose to receive $1,000 a day for life for a minimum of 20 years, or walk away with the cash option of $5.75 million dollars.

Just 48 hours later, Oklahoma’s first Lotto America™ jackpot-winning ticket was drawn. THe ticket was purchased Saturday, at Love’s Travel Stops in Woodward, Okla. That winner will receive a windfall of $3,500,000 or the cash option of $2.66 million.

“This is our first Lotto America™ jackpot winner and our first Lucky for Life top prize winner,” said Jay Finks, Executive Director of Oklahoma Lottery.

However, the winners have not come forward to claim their windfall yet.

If you played the lottery in Bristow or Woodward this week, go to the Oklahoma Lottery website to see if you are now Oklahoma’s 65th or 66th lottery millionaire winners.

This could be your lucky day!

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Good news for two Oklahoma Lottery players! Two winning lotto tickets this week made two lucky winners millionaires overnight.

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Oklahoma City, OK – Okla family wins $250,000 on lottery ticket

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A Tulsa family is $250,000 richer, thanks to a winning lottery ticket.

According to the Oklahoma Lottery Commission, Edward Main and his sons Edward Main Jr. and Ronald Main are splitting the Mega Millions prize.

The family purchased the ticket at a Quik Trip convenience store on South Harvard that had all five numbers but not the Mega Ball.

Net proceeds of all lottery games go to education in Oklahoma. Officials say more than $380 million has been contributed to education since November 2005.

Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma family wins $250,000 on lottery ticket