$1 million PA Lottery tickets sold in Erie, Bucks, York, Montgomery counties
A new year brings the hope of good fortune, and 2021 has delivered just that in its first few days to Pennsylvania Lottery ticket buyers across the state.
Four winning tickets for Saturday’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle drawing were sold in Erie, Bucks, Montgomery and York counties, and four winning tickets worth $100,000 apiece were sold in Allegheny, Mercer and York counties.
The winning $1 million tickets, in no particular order, are 00185442, 00237745, 00351937 and 00469412. The tickets were sold at GetGo, 6400 Peach St., Erie; Pantry 1 Food Mart, 123 Woodbourne Road, Langhorne; Royal Farms, 1780 Sumneytown Pike, Kulpsville; and Rutter’s, 1520 Pennsylvania Ave., York.
The four selling locations will each receive a $5,000 selling bonus.
The four $100,000 winning ticket numbers are 00110823, 00355147, 00448001 and 00492556. They were sold at Choice Cigarette Discount Outlet, 448 Pittsburgh St., Springdale, and Giant Eagle, 1717 Cochran Road, Pittsburgh, both in Allegheny County; Sheetz, 1650 N. Hermitage Road, Hermitage; and Rutter’s, 725 Arsenal Road, York. Each location will earn a $500 selling bonus.
Saturday’s drawing also awarded 100 prizes of $1,000 and 5,892 prizes of $100, for a total of $5,089,200 in prizes. A total of 6,000 winning numbers were randomly selected from a range of 500,000 tickets that were sold for $20 each between Nov. 3 and Jan. 2.
Millionaire Raffle winners have one year from the drawing date to claim their prizes. Players should immediately sign their winning tickets.
Each $1 million top prize must be claimed by presenting a winning ticket at any Pennsylvania Lottery Area Office. The PA Lottery Headquarters in Middletown remains closed, however. Claims for the four $100,000 prizes can be filed at any Lottery Area Office or at a Pennsylvania Lottery retailer. Millionaire Raffle tickets worth $1,000 and $100 can be claimed at Lottery retailers.A total of 6,000 winning numbers were randomly selected from a range of 500,000 tickets that were sold for $20 each between Nov. 3 and Jan. 2. ]]>