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‘Big Money’ $1 million winner in West Springfield
     

David Duquette of West Springfield has claimed the third $1 million prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$10,000,000 Big Money” instant game.

Duquette selected the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on putting some of his winnings toward his upcoming wedding.

Duquette’s winning ticket was purchased at Ezee Mart, 50 Morgan Rd. in West Springfield. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

The “$10,000,000 Big Money” instant game offers over $400 million in cash prizes. There are four $10 million prizes and 12 additional $1 million prizes remaining in this $20 game.

Final “$5,000 a Week for Life” grand prize claimed
     

Frank DeBiccari of Boston is the tenth and final grand prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$5,000 a Week for Life” $10 instant game.

DeBiccari elected to receive his prize in payments of $5,000, less taxes, every week for the rest of his life. There is a minimum 20-year guarantee on the prize. He plans on using some of his winnings to help pay for his mother’s medical expenses.

DeBiccari’s winning ticket was purchased at 7-Eleven, 342 Hanover St. in Boston’s North End. The store will receive a $50,000 bonus for its sale.

Final $1 million prize claimed in ‘Lucky Numbers’ instant game
     

Bruce Morrill of Weymouth has claimed the sixth and final $1 million prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$1,000,000 Lucky Numbers” $5 instant game.

Morrill opted to receive his prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on putting some of his winnings toward home renovations, while using the rest to help his family and save for his retirement.

Morrill’s lucky ticket was purchased at Donut King, 411 Middle St. in East Weymouth. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

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Date
Winner
City
Agent
Quic Pic
1/8/2016 Francisco Galego Fall River Sunset Variety - Fall River N
1/8/2016 Paul Barry(2) Watertown Handy Variety - Watertown N
1/8/2016 Christina Saade Lincoln, RI Conveniene Food - Norwood N
1/14/2016 Sagarkumar Patel Billerica Boston Post Mobil - Andover N
1/17/2016 Chein Nguyen Andover Stop & Shop - Andover Y
1/17/2016 Tracy Teel Dorchester Tedeschi's Food Shop - Dorchester Y
1/18/2016 Gilbert Lavalley Chicopee Corner Store - Chicopee Y
1/18/2016 Roland Fortin Dennisport 7-Eleven - West Dennis N



Lawrence resident wins ‘Supreme’ $1 million Second Chance prize
     

Mai Gee Fung of Lawrence is the second of two $1 million prize winners in the first Second Chance Drawing in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s $30 “Supreme Millions” instant game. Her winning entry was randomly selected from over 1,000,000 tickets that were entered in the drawing, which was held September 2, 2015.

Fung, who claimed her prize at the Mass. Lottery’s Braintree headquarters on Monday, December 28, chose to receive her prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). She plans to put her winnings toward college tuitions and to donate some to charity.

To enter this Second Chance Drawing, players submitted non-winning “Supreme Millions” tickets through the Mass. Lottery website. In addition to the two $1 million prize winners, there were 10 winners of $10,000, 100 winners of $1,000, and 1,000 winners of $100. There will be four more Second Chance Drawings throughout the life of the “Supreme Millions” ticket, each with two $1 million top prizes and the same number of $10,000, $1,000 and $100 prizes. The dates of the remaining drawings will be determined based on sales of the ticket.

“Supreme Millions,” the Mass. Lottery’s second $30 instant ticket, offers players the chance to win $15 million, equaling the highest instant prize in Mass. Lottery history. The game went on sale April 28, 2015.

Third ‘Ultimate’ second chance prize is claimed
     

Dean Kimball of Shrewsbury, MA has claimed the top prize in the third of four Second Chance Drawings in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “Ultimate Garden Party” instant “scratch” ticket game.

The unique $5 game gives players the opportunity to win $30.7 million in instant cash and second chance prizes. Grand prize winners in this game’s Second Chance Drawings have the choice of receiving either an unprecedented All Access Garden Party Pass for an entire year or a cash prize option of $250,000 (before tax withholdings). The All Access Garden Party Pass includes two premium seats to each ticketed event held at the TD Garden for one full year (all regular season and postseason professional and amateur sporting events, concerts, circus and family shows and more), one premium parking space for each event and $25,000 in cash.

Kimball chose to receive the cash prize. He is considering putting his winnings toward purchasing a home.

To enter this Second Chance Drawing, which took place Thursday, January 14, players submitted non-winning “Ultimate Garden Party” tickets either through the Mass. Lottery website or by mail. Kimball’s winning entry was randomly selected from over 153,000 tickets that were entered. Additional Second Chance prize packages include premium seats at a selection of TD Garden events, behind-the-scenes tours of the TD Garden and cash.

There fourth and final Second Chance Drawing in the “Ultimate Garden Party” will take place after the official end of the game. For more information of the game, visit  Massachusetts State Lottery.

‘World Class’ $1 million prize sold in Malden
     

Janis Zhang of Malden is the thirty-third $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s award-winning “World Class Millions” $30 instant game.

Zhang chose the cash option on her prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). She plans on using her winnings to buy a house and to donate a portion to charity.

Zhang purchased her winning ticket at 7-Eleven, 169 Salem St. in Malden while walking home from a bus stop on her commute home from work. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

One $15 million prize and three $1 million instant prizes remain in the “World Class Millions” instant game.

West Springfield man wins a ‘Fortune’
     

David Salter, Jr. of West Springfield is the sixth $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$10,000,000 Mega Fortune” instant game.

Salter chose to receive his prize in annual payments of $50,000 (before tax withholdings) over 20 years. He plans on investing his winnings.

He purchased his winning ticket at Pride Station & Store, 234 East Main St. in Westfield. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

Three of five $10 million prizes and nine additional $1 million prizes remain in the “$10,000,000 Mega Fortune” $20 instant game.

Douglas resident wins “$2,500 a Week for Life” grand prize
     

Thomas Lucier of Douglas is the sixth grand prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$2,500 a Week for Life” instant game.

Lucier chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $2,000,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to buy a new car, establish a college fund for his grandchildren and invest.

Lucier’s winning ticket was purchased at Family Convenience Center, 63 Main St. in Douglas. The store will receive a $26,000 bonus for its sale.

One more $2.5 million prize and three $1 million prizes are still available in the “$2,500,000 Holiday Bonus” $10 instant game.

Dorchester resident claims $1 million prize
     

Gregory Burgess of Dorchester is the second $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$1,000,000 Players Club” instant game.

Burgess chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to help his family.

Burgess purchased his winning ticket at Market Basket, 2 Water St. in Haverhill. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

Four additional $1 million prizes remain in the “$1,000,000 Players Club” $5 instant game.

Methuen man claims $2.5 million ‘Holiday’ prize
     

Michael Costa of Methuen is the second $2.5 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$2,500,000 Holiday Bonus” instant game.

Costa chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $1,625,000 (before tax withholdings). He is still determining what he will do with his winnings.

His winning ticket was purchased at Gigante Meat Market, 139 Park St. in Lawrence. The store will receive a $25,000 bonus for its sale.

One more $2.5 million prize and three $1 million prizes are still available in the “$2,500,000 Holiday Bonus” $10 instant game.

Westfield man finds the “Riches”
     

Timothy Collins of Westfield is the first $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s new “Road to Riches” instant game that went on sale January 5.

Collins elected to claim his prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to buy a house and a car.

Collins purchased his winning ticket at Feeding Hills Variety, 344 North Westfield St. in the Feeding Hills section of Agawam. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

There are five additional $1 million prizes available in the $5 “Road to Riches” instant game.

Hampden resident claims ‘Supreme’ prize
     

Claude Chabot of Hampden is the twenty-third $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s $30 “Supreme Millions” instant game.

Chabot chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to buy a new car for his sister and to invest the remainder.

His winning ticket was purchased at Rite Aid, 381 Cooley St. in Springfield. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

There are three $15 million prizes and forty-three $1 million prizes remaining in the “Supreme Millions” instant game.

‘World Class’ $1 million prize sold in Gloucester
     

David Meuse of Gloucester is the latest $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s award-winning “World Class Millions” $30 instant game.

Meuse chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on sharing his winnings with his good friend Brian MacArthur, with whom he has been playing both the “World Class Millions” and “Supreme Millions” instant games.

The winning ticket was purchased at Liquor Locker, 287-297 Main St. in Gloucester. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

One $15 million prize and four $1 million instant prizes remain in the “World Class Millions” instant game.

Quincy man goes ‘Platinum’
     

Amidst the recent Powerball excitement, Kin Foo Lee of Quincy decided to try his luck at a $1 million instant prize and, in doing so, became the twenty-fifth such prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “Platinum Millions” instant game.

Lee chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to buy a house.

He purchased his winning ticket at Red Apple Food Shop, 48 Billings Rd. in North Quincy. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

There are two $10 million prizes and 10 additional $1 million prizes remaining in the $20 “Platinum Millions” instant game.

‘Supreme’ win for Worcester resident
     

Michael McCormick of Worcester is the twenty-second $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s $30“Supreme Millions” instant game.

McCormick chose to claim his prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to pay off the mortgage on his home and put the remainder into savings.

His winning ticket was purchased at Colony Farms, 1127 Main St. in Worcester. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

There are three $15 million prizes and forty-four $1 million prizes remaining in the “Supreme Millions” instant game.

First $2.5 million prize claimed in “$2,500,000 Holiday Bonus”
     

Terry Drost of Amesbury is the first $2.5 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$2,500,000 Holiday Bonus” instant game.

Drost chose the annuity option on his prize and received the first of twenty annual payments of $125,000 (before tax withholdings) at the Lottery’s Braintree headquarters. He plans on putting his winnings toward retirement.

His winning ticket was purchased at Roche Bros., 34 Cambridge St. in Burlington. The store will receive a $25,000 bonus for its sale.

Two more $2.5 million prizes and three $1 million prizes are still available in the “$2,500,000 Holiday Bonus” $10 instant game.

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Date
Winner
City
Agent
Quic Pic
12/14/2015 Arthur Suckney Peabody M & M Liquors - Malden Y
12/24/2015 Edward Strong Everett Harvard Market - Malden N
12/25/2015 David Ouillette Whitinsville 1 Quick Stop Convenience - Whittinsville N
12/31/2015 Bonnie Rivers Boston 7-Eleven - Marshfield N
12/31/2015 AngelaTsimikas Warren, RI Swansea Mart - Swansea N
1/3/2016 Roberta Ibbitson(10) Whitman Central Avenue Sunoco - Abington N
1/4/2016 Luis Rodriguez Lynn Stop & Shop - Lynn Y
1/7/2016 Karen Corrado Norwood Stop & Shop - Norwood N



$1 million Powerball prize claimed by East Bridgewater resident
     

Robert Dole of East Bridgewater has claimed the second of two $1 million Powerball prizes sold in Massachusetts in the multi-state game’s record-setting $1.586 billion jackpot drawing held Wednesday, January 13.

Dole was joined by his wife Susan at the Massachusetts State Lottery’s Braintree headquarters on Thursday, January 14 to claim his prize.  He used a combination of birthdays and anniversaries to select his winning numbers, which matched the first five numbers in Wednesday’s drawing to win his $1,000,000 prize (before tax withholdings).  Bob and Susan are interested in buying a newer house with their winnings and they also plan to travel someplace warm so that they can relax and discuss what to do with the balance of the prize.

Dole bought his winning ticket at Tedeschi Food Shops, 52 Bedford St. in East Bridgewater.  The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

The other $1 million prize in Massachusetts in Wednesday’s drawing was claimed by Keith Bauer of Boston, who purchased his ticket at 777 Convenience Store, 269 Main St. in Charlestown.

Boston resident claims $1 million Powerball prize
     

Keith Bauer of Boston has claimed one of the two $1 million Powerball prizes sold in Massachusetts in the multi-state game’s record-setting $1.586 billion jackpot drawing held Wednesday, January 13.

Bauer, who was joined by his wife Sara at the Massachusetts State Lottery’s Braintree headquarters to claim his prize, matched the first five winning numbers on one of his Quic Pic tickets to win his $1,000,000 (before tax withholdings).  He plans on using his winnings to pay off his and his wife’s student loans and help out their parents.

Bauer purchased his lucky ticket at 777 Convenience Store, 269 Main St. in Charlestown.  The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

The second $1 million prize sold in Massachusetts in Wednesday’s drawing has yet to be claimed.  That ticket was sold at Tedeschi Food Shops, 52 Bedford St. in East Bridgewater.

$1 million Powerball prize from January 6 drawing is claimed
     

The Five Only Nominee Trust of Quincy has claimed a $1 million Powerball prize after matching the first five winning numbers in the multi-state game’s drawing held Wednesday, January 6, 2016, when the jackpot was $528.5 million.

The trust, represented by David Spillane, claimed its $1 million prize (before taxes) at the Massachusetts State Lottery’s Braintree headquarters on Tuesday, January 12.

The winning ticket was purchased at Express Mart, 367 Court St. in Plymouth. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

‘Mega’ $20 million prize winner
     

The Estate of Brian E. Spitzer has claimed a $20,000,000 prize won in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “Mega Cash” 2009 Instant Ticket’s end of game Mega Bonus Drawing.

The estate, represented by Kate Sullivan Feeney, elected the annuity option on the prize and will receive 20 annual payments of $1 million (before tax withholdings).

Instant prize winners of $1,000, $10,000 and $50,000 in the “Mega Cash” instant game were entered into the “Mega Bonus Drawing.”

‘Big Money’ winning ticket sold in Brockton
     

The Quincy Nominee Trust of Quincy has claimed the second $1 million prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$10,000,000 Big Money” instant game.

The trust, which was represented by trustee Andrew Reardon, selected the cash option on the prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings).

The winning ticket was purchased at Brennan’s Smoke Shop, 909 North Main St. in Brockton. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

The “$10,000,000 Big Money” instant game offers over $400 million in cash prizes. There are four $10 million prizes and thirteen $1 million prizes remaining in the game.

‘Winfall’ for Lynn resident
     

James Toomey of Lynn is the sixth $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$4,000,000 Winfall” instant ticket game.

Toomey chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). He is sharing his winnings with his sister and will be putting his portion into savings.

His winning ticket was purchased at Richdale Convenience, 573 Chestnut St. in Lynn. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

There are four $4 million prizes and nine additional $1 million prizes still available in the “$4,000,000 Winfall” $10 instant game.

Lynn woman claims second $1 million prize in 7 months
     

Jane Hoyt of Lynn has claimed her second $1 million instant ticket prize in seven months, becoming the first grand prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$1,000,000 Holiday Bonus” instant game.

Hoyt, who on June 10, 2015 claimed a $1 million prize in the $30 “World Class Millions” instant game, once again chose the cash option on her prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000 (before tax withholdings). She plans on putting her winnings toward her recent retirement.

Her latest winning ticket was purchased at Debro Liquors, 649 Eastern Ave. in Lynn. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale. Her first $1 million winner was bought at Shaw’s, 210 Andover St. in Peabody.

Two additional $1 million prizes remain in the “$1,000,000 Holiday Bonus” instant game.

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Date
Winner
City
Agent
Quic Pic
11/7/2015 Marilda Mendonca Lowell Tedeschi Food Shop - Lowell Y
12/1/2015 Michele Vietro Woburn 7-Eleven - Woburn N
12/10/2015 Judi Devine North Attleboro Attleboro Convenience - Attleboro N
12/12/2015 Maark Pasiczniak Uxbridge Honey Farms - Uxburdge N
12/16/2015 Martine Pierre Mattapan Camilo's Liquors - Mattapan Y
12/21/2015 Julie Falconer Hampden Sunny's Mart - East Longmeadow Y
12/22/2015 James Young Natick Hurrican Energy - Framingham Y
12/23/2015 Joseph Dulcette Revere Vine & Barley - East Boston Y



Leominster man claims $365,416 ‘Jackpot Poker’ prize
     

Daniel Ciccone of Leominster has become the second Progressive Jackpot winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery's “Jackpot Poker” monitor game.

Ciccone claimed his $365,416 prize (before tax withholdings) at the Lottery’s Braintree headquarters on Monday, January 4 after being dealt his winning hand on Saturday, December 26, 2015 at Baker’s Whalom Variety, 423 Electric Avenue in Lunenburg.  The store will receive a bonus of $3,654 for its sale.

Ciccone plans to use his winnings to make some home improvements.

The “Jackpot Poker” monitor game was launched in June of 2013.

Northampton man claims “$10,000 A Week For Life” prize
     

Douglas Woodworth of Northampton has claimed the fourth of six Grand Prizes in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$10,000 A Week For Life” instant game.

Woodworth chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $8,000,000 (before tax withholdings). He plans on using his winnings to pay some bills and invest.

Woodworth’s winning ticket was purchased at Liquors 44, located at 238 King St. in Northampton. The store will receive a $50,000 bonus for its sale.

There are two Grand Prizes remaining in the “$10,000 A Week For Life” $20 instant game.

‘Supreme’ New Year for Mattapan man
     

Kenneth Bynoe of Mattapan rang in his New Year by becoming the twenty-first $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s $30 “Supreme Millions” instant game.

Bynoe chose to claim his prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (before taxes). He plans on using his winnings to build a house in Barbados for him and his family.

His winning ticket was purchased at Washington Mini Market, 1125 Washington St. in Norwood. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for its sale.

There are three $15 million prizes and forty-five $1 million prizes remaining in the “Supreme Millions” instant game.

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