Two lottery scratch tickets sold in Massachusetts each reveal $1 million

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Two lottery players in Massachusetts each won $1 million on Monday when they claimed two winning scratch tickets.

One of the two $1 million prizes was sold in Townsend from a shop called the Wine Nook, and was from the lottery’s scratch ticket game called “777.”

The other $1 million prize was from the lottery’s scratch ticket game called “$10,000,000 Lucky Bucks.” That winning ticket was sold in Dorchester from a store called Las Americas Market.

Overall, there were at least 685 lottery prizes worth $600 or more won or claimed in Massachusetts on Monday, including 19 in Springfield and 22 in Worcester.

The Massachusetts State Lottery releases a full list of all the winning tickets each day. The list only includes winning tickets worth more than $600.

The two largest lottery prizes won in the state of Massachusetts so far in 2023 were $33 million and $31 million Mega Millions jackpot prizes. The tickets were each sold a week apart.

The $33 million ticket for the Tuesday, Jan. 24 drawing was purchased from a Stop & Shop in Belchertown. The winner came forward to claim the prize on March 1 through the Skylark Group Trust.

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