Montgomery County may be on the verge of winning the lottery after selling its second million-dollar winning ticket.
Unlike the previous ticket, which had only one winner, the winner of the October 4 draw by Quick Cash will split the $1.08 million jackpot.
The two winning tickets match the five balls drawn – 412193341 – and each will receive less than $541,349 withholding, according to a press release.
Learn more about the $3 Million Cash 5 Winner Check Your Tickets! Record $3 million lottery tickets sold in Montgomery County Winning tickets sold at Hatfield Market, 304 Union St., Hatfield and ACME Markets, 8200 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia. Each retailer will receive a $5,000 bonus.
In August, the Souderton Food Market sold a record $3.07 million winning lottery ticket, the largest ever for the Cash 5 with Quick Cash game. A lottery spokeswoman confirmed the record-winning ticket was claimed, unlike another six-figure winning ticket from 2021 sold in Montgomery County.
The $100,000 Powerball with Power Play ticket excluding taxes expires September 20, marking one year of the draw. Tickets went on sale at a Wawa in section 1000 of DeKalb Pike in Whitpain Township.
Learn About Expired $100,000 Winning Ticket Did you buy a lottery ticket in Montgomery County last year? Better test. Newest Winner of County Lottery Bucks Fine Wine & Spirits Store in County $1.3 Million PA Lottery Ticket Sale. up to one year from the date of the draw to claim the prize. Unclaimed and expired prizes remain in the Lottery Fund, which is used to support programs that benefit older Pennsylvanians.
Montgomery County still has ways to catch up with Bucks County, where 13 winning lottery tickets worth at least six numbers have been sold since 2021, including seven worth at least $1 million each. The most recent winning ticket for the September 1 Match 6 draw was sold at the Fine Wine & Good Spirits store at 306 Easton Road in Warrington. A Lottery spokesperson confirmed the $1.3 million prize.