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Another Winning Million-Dollar Lottery Ticket Sold at Rutter's

The $1 million Pennsylvania lottery ticket was purchased at a Wrightsville location.
June 29, 2011

YORK, Pa. - Pennsylvania Lottery Million Dollar Cash Fever has struck again at Rutter��s in York County.

A winning million-dollar ticket was sold at Rutter��s store #4 in Wrightsville, Pa. The winner claimed the prize for the ticket, which was purchased in early June, at the Pennsylvania Lottery headquarters.

News of the million dollar winner comes just two months after a set of two $250,000 winning Mega Millions tickets were claimed by Rutter��s customers at two different Rutter��s locations in York County.

Unlike the Mega Millions tickets, which require participants to choose numbers, June��s winning ticket was a $20 instant scratch-off ticket for the Million Dollar Cash Fever game. The game features three top prizes of $1 million and more than $44 million in total cash prizes.

Since Jan. 1, 2006, there have been 25 tickets worth $100,000 or more sold at Rutter��s stores. These 25 tickets alone add up to more than $8.6 million in winnings for Rutter��s customers.

In 2004, Rutter��s sold a winning ticket to what was at the time, the largest Powerball jackpot in history totaling $221.5 million dollars. The prize was split with a second winner from South Carolina.

Rutter��s offers all Pennsylvania Lottery terminal-based daily number games as well as a variety of instant lottery games to hundreds of thousands of customers who visit its 56 convenience stores throughout Central Pennsylvania each week.