Saskatchewan lottery winner nets 2nd-largest windfall in province’s history
Sask Lotteries says a $55 million lottery ticket has been claimed.
Matthew Poppel bought three tickets at Pinnacle Fuel & Meals – Faithfull, positioned at 209A – 2750 Faithfull Ave. in Saskatoon and checked them following a Lotto Max draw final week.
“The primary one didn’t win something, the second received a free play and the final one stated 55 adopted by a bunch of zeroes,” he stated in a press launch on Wednesday.
“I didn’t assume for a second that I had truly received $55 million.”
“I didn’t count on that to be one thing that occurred to me.”
Poppel stated he is aware of his household can be arrange financially however added he’s going to take a while deciding what to do along with his winnings.
“I used to be considering — and joking — that I can purchase a luxurious car simply because I can,” he laughed.
“However now I feel it’s a good suggestion. I should purchase it, so why not?”
The successful ticket precisely matched the seven most important draw numbers on the Oct. 19 draw: 12, 26, 28, 32, 41, 43 and 50.
Sask Lotteries stated that is the second-largest jackpot received within the province’s historical past after a $60-million Lotto Max prize going to a Neville resident in August 2016.
That is Saskatchewan’s third win at or over $1 million thus far this yr.
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