Sunday, August 2, 2015

Ticket wins $700,000 in Philly suburbs, Match 6 has record jackpot

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The jackpot is a record $7 million for the Sept. 30, 2013, drawing of the Pennsylvania Lottery´s Match 6 game.
The jackpot is a record $7 million for the Sept. 30, 2013, drawing of the Pennsylvania Lottery's Match 6 game.

A Pennsylvania Cash 5 ticket sold in Delaware County has won $700,000, while the state's Match 6 jackpot is up to a record $7 million.

The Cash 5 winning numbers drawn Tuesday evening were 4, 5, 12, 25 and 34, and the winner was purchased at Printz Beverage, 200 Powhattan Ave., in Essington.

This evening's Cash 5 jackpot is worth $325,000.

The Match 6 jackpot, which has been growing since May 13, eclipsed the $6.9 million record set in 2007.  No one matched all of Wednesday evening's numbers: 9, 25, 26, 38, 45 and 46.

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