(WTAJ) — More than $197 million in winnings were claimed from Pennsylvania lottery scratch-offs in February, the Pennsylvania Lottery announced.
Of the $197,018,544 prize pool, the top prize was $5 million, claimed by a Monroe County player. In Wayne County, he was also charged with a top prize of $1 million.
Wythe Markets (933 North 9th St., Stroudsburg, Monroe County) Earns $10,000 Bonus After Selling $5 Million Winning Tickets, Tri-State Tobacco (46 Wellwood Avenue, Hawley, Wayne County) will then get a $5,000 bonus. We will be selling winning scratch-off tickets worth $1,000,000.
Across Pennsylvania, other big prizes February Included:
- 7 prizes of $500,000.
- Three prizes of $250,000.
- 7 prizes of $200,000.and
- 12 prizes of $100,000.
The list of monthly winners is winner A section of palottery.com. Not included in that list are his many Scratch-Off players who have won less than $1,000.
Scratch-offs are randomly distributed. That means the Pennsylvania lottery and its retailers have no idea where winning tickets will be sold. The lottery learns where winning tickets are sold only after the prize has been claimed.
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