US Two winning $1M Mega Millions tickets bought in NYC and L.I.

15:52  03 august  2017
15:52  03 august  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

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One of the unidentified Mega Millions winners bought the lottery ticket at a Sweet 14 Candy & Grocery on 14th St. in Manhattan - Susan Watts/New York Daily News © Provided by New York Daily News One of the unidentified Mega Millions winners bought the lottery ticket at a Sweet 14 Candy & Grocery on 14th St. in Manhattan - Susan Watts/New York Daily News Two new millionaires-to-be struck gold with winning lottery tickets bought at convenience stores, lottery officials announced Wednesday.

The lucky winners — who have not been identified — bought the $1 million winning Mega Millions ducats at a 7-Eleven on Stewart Ave. in Hicksville in Nassau County and at a Sweet 14 Candy & Grocery on 14th St. in Manhattan

“I've been checking my ticket all day today, it wasn't me. If it was me I wouldn't be here," said Hami Ahmed, 22, who works at the store by Stuyvesant Town.

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Two new millionaires-to-be struck gold with winning lottery tickets bought at convenience stores, lottery officials announced Wednesday. The lucky winners — who have not been identified — bought the $ 1 million winning Mega Millions ducats at a 7-Eleven on Stewart Ave. in Hicksville in Nassau

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The winning tickets matched the first five numbers selected in Tuesday night's drawing, lottery officials said.

Those numbers were: 20, 22, 52, 57, 73 and Mega Ball 07.

Another lottery winner — who also has not been identified — bought a ticket at a 7-Eleven on Stewart Ave. in Hicksville on Long island. - Susan Watts/New York Daily News © Provided by New York Daily News Another lottery winner — who also has not been identified — bought a ticket at a 7-Eleven on Stewart Ave. in Hicksville on Long island. - Susan Watts/New York Daily News

The estimated Mega Millions jackpot is now $323 because no one matched all six numbers on Tuesday. The next drawing is scheduled for Friday.

The current Powerball jackpot is $261 million.

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