Harlingen resident claims $20 million scratch ticket prize
A Harlingen resident claimed the $20 million prize-winning ticket in the Texas Lottery that was sold in La Feria last week, according to a news release.
The ticket was purchased at Breaktime #2, located at 204 E. Highway 83, in La Feria.
The resident elected to remain anonymous, according to a news release.
“The winner told the Texas Lottery that they were shaking from the excitement of such a large win, and it took them a couple of nights to sleep a full night,” the news release stated.
With the recent prize winnings, the claimant told the Texas Lottery that they plan to take care of their family and will look to invest the remainder of the prize.
This was the first of four top prizes worth $20 million to be claimed in the scratch ticket game $20 Million Supreme. Overall odds of winning a prize of $150 or more in the game are one in 3.49, the news release stated.
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