Prizes Claimed Under $1,000,000

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Prizes Claimed Under $1,000,000

Last updated September 17, 2017

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Game
Prize Amount
Claimed
Total
Creepy Cash
$250,000
0
5
24K Madness
$100,000
0
10
5X Champions
$200,000
0
7
Triple play
$100,000
2
10
20X
$100,000
4
10
Bingo Boxes
$50,000
0
10
100,000 PAYDAY
$100,000
3
10
Corvette Cash
$250,000
1
5
$100,000 Bonus Cash
$100,000
5
10
4 Leaf Clover
$100,000
3
4
Power 7's
$100,000
5
10
Spooky Cash 2016
$250,000
4
5
$100,000 Triple Diamonds 2016
$100,000
3
10
Red Hot 100s
$100,000
4
10
Electric 5s
$50,000
16
25
Golden Spin
$50,000
15
25
Bingo Star Tripler
$50,000
31
40
2012 Boston Celtics
$50,000
12
15
HIT $200 2016
$100,000
6
10
Ultimate Millions 2016
$50,000
32
60
$100,000 Double Match 2016
$100,000
9
10
PowerPlay CASHWORD
$50,000
39
60
20X CASHWORD 2016
$500,000
10
16
$100,000 Taxes Paid 2016
$100,000
8
10
Monster Cash 2015
$250,000
6
8
Break the Bank 2015
$100,000
7
10
Money Money Money 2015
$100,000
7
10
Supreme Millions 2015
$50,000
40
60
$100,000 Payout
$100,000
6
10
Ultimate Garden Party
$250,000
3
4
20X The Cash 2015
$50,000
23
25
Magic Eight Ball 2015
$50,000
20
25
Boston Bruins 2014
$50,000
6
10
$100 Frenzy 2014
$50,000
23
25
New England Patriots
$250,000
6
7
Wild 10's 2014
$50,000
21
25
Boston Red Sox 2014
$50,000
14
15
Silver 7's 2014
$50,000
22
25
Super Cashword 2012
$500,000
38
39
Aces and 8's 2012
$50,000
22
25
Harley Davidson
$100,000
9
10
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Did You Know?

In May 1974, Massachusetts became the first state to sell instant lottery tickets as an alternative to the weekly jackpot game. “The Instant Game” was the first instant ticket, with a top instant prize of $10,000.