$1.35 Million Lottery Ticket Sold In Allegheny County

By Jason Hall

August 30, 2021

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A lucky lottery player in Allegheny County won $1.35 million during a Cash 5 with Quick Cash drawing over the weekend.

WPXI reports the jackpot winner matched all five balls drawn on Sunday (August 29), which were 1-4-18-29-31.

The winning ticket was purchased at the Giant Eagle on McKnight Road in McCandless, which will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the ticket.

The winner must claim their Quick Cash game prize within the deadline of one year after the date of when the winning ticket was purchased.

All Quick Cash winners can contact their nearest PA Lottery office to receive more information.

WPXI reports more than 29,500 players won additional prizes during Sunday's Cash 5 with Quick Cash drawing.

Nationally, the Mega Millions and Powerball games are offering combined jackpots worth more than $638 million.

Mega Millions' next estimated jackpot will be worth $306 million, with a cash option of $221.0 million, during Tuesday (August 31) night's drawing after zero players matched all six numbers during the $288 million drawing on Friday (August 27).

Powerball's next estimated jackpot will be worth $332 million, with a cash option of $240.0 million, during Monday (August 30) night's drawing after zero players matched all six numbers during the $322 million drawing on Saturday (August 28).

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