Monday, May 25, 2015

1 ticket wins $24 million in N.J.

Inquirer staff writer Peter Mucha reports:

1 ticket wins $24 million in N.J.

Inquirer staff writer Peter Mucha reports:

Someone finally hit New Jersey's Pick Six Lotto. It kept rolling over all year, reaching $24.25 million for last night's drawing.

That's right, no one had won since Dec. 29.

But last night, a single ticket, purchased in Morris County, hit all half-dozen numbers: 7, 21, 25, 26, 30 and 46.

It was purchased at Alejo’s Deli & Catering in Denville, northeast of New York City.

On Monday, Pick Six will start over again -- at $2 million.

As for other jackpots:

-- Mega Millions is worth $17 million tonight in New Jersey and 11 other states.

-- Pennsylvania's Super 7 has $1.3 million on the line tonight.

-- Powerball has a top prize of $34 million tomorrow night in Pennsylvania, Delaware and 28 other states.

For more lottery information, go to www.philly.com/philly/news/lottery.

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