A recently retired man from Passaic County is now richer for $ 1 million and two other Garden State residents each have won a $ 100,000 prize in a special draw at the New Jersey Lottery. , Friday.
Twelve other New Jersey lottery players have won prizes ranging from $ 10,000 to $ 50,000 in the "Million Dollar Replay" draw, also known as "second chance gaming," officials said of the lottery .
The drawing gives lottery players a second chance to win big prizes. To enter the draw, people must enter their scratch lottery ticket.
"I'm still waiting for the dream to stop," said Sal Farino of Clifton at The Asbury Park Press, after learning that he had won the first prize of $ 1 million. . The 65-year-old lottery winner retired from Avis Budget earlier this year, according to app.com.
The next quarterly raffle of New Jersey Lottery second chance lots is scheduled for April 1st and the next Grand Prize draw, scheduled for March 6th, 2020, is scheduled for March 6th, 2020.
Meanwhile, the Powerball jackpot for the Saturday night lottery draw reached $ 414 million after an 18th straight draw on Wednesday night without anyone matching all the numbers.
The cash option for the jackpot at the Saturday night draw is estimated at $ 247.9 million.
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