Massachusetts Lottery A Woman’s Dream To Win Lottery Comes True With $25,000 Win

In Massachusetts Lottery A Woman Dreams of Win Come True With $25K Prize

A Massachusetts woman’s premonition has become a reality most incredibly! Patricia Harris of Holliston recently won a life-changing prize of $25,000 a year for life on a “Lucky for Life” ticket. This win holds a special significance for Harris. She revealed to lottery officials that she dreamed of winning the lottery six months before her lucky purchase. It undoubtedly foreshadowed the financial security that awaited her.

The winning ticket was purchased at Country Farm on Washington Street in Holliston. The store itself received a $5,000 bonus for selling the life-changing ticket. Harris, upon claiming her prize at the state lottery headquarters, opted for the cash option (a one-time lump sum of $390,000 (before taxes). Her plans for the winning dollars involve a combination of smart investing and “doing some nice things for her family.”

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However, another unclaimed “Lucky for Life” prize in Massachusetts highlights the importance of checking your tickets! A winning ticket purchased in Natick remains unclaimed, with the deadline approaching in May. So, residents of Massachusetts, dust off your old lottery tickets – you never know what hidden fortune might be waiting to be discovered!

Here’s a quick recap of the “Lucky for Life” game:

  • Players match five numbers out of 48 to win $25,000 a year for life.
  • Matching one Lucky Ball number (out of 18) wins $7,000 a week for life (or $364,000 a year before taxes).
  • The odds of matching at least one ball are a relatively good 1 in 7.8.

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