Batavia 7-Eleven Sold Winning Lotto Ticket Worth $3 Million

This location has never sold such a big prize before, according to media reports.

Someone got lucky at a Batavia 7-Eleven this week.

The sold a winning lottery ticket worth $3 million, according to the Illinois Lottery website.

The ticket sold in Batavia matched all six numbers in Saturday’s regular Lotto game drawing.

The winner has not stepped forward as of Sunday afternoon, Fabyan franchise owner Amyn Katarawala told the Kane County Chronicle.

These were the winning numbers:

01 03 05 12 17 18

Players with winning tickets of a $1 million prize or more have to call the lottery’s claim office at 217-524-5147 to redeem their prizes. Also, don’t forget to sign the back of your ticket!

Illinois schools get almost $623 million every year in Lottery revenue, according to the Illinois Lottery website. That amount is about 9.6 percent of the state’s annual contribution to public K-12 schools.

Jessica March 19, 2012 at 11:46 AM
Lottery gives school money? Ha,ha,ha. Still waiting to see that. They claim they give schools money, but we never see it!


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