October was a big month for Pennsylvania lottery players.
The Pennsylvania Lottery announced that scratch-off players claimed $212,283,966 in prizes during the month, including two top prizes of $3 million. Those were claimed in Montgomery and Butler counties. Three other $1 million prizes were claimed, as well.
Pennsylvania Lottery players also claimed one prize of $500,000, nine prizes of $300,000, five of $250,000, and nine of $100,000. You can find a list of winners of prizes of more than $1,000 in the winners section of palottery.com. And, if you’re curious what big prizes are left on select scratch-off games, the lottery lists them on their website, as well.
The $3 million prizes awarded in the $3 Million Limited and $3,000,000 Money Millionaire games. Two $1 million prizes were awarded in the $1,000,000 Extreme Cash game and one in the PA Millionaire’s Club game.
Retailers earned a $10,000 bonus for selling the $3 million prize and $5,000 for the $1 million prizes.
Here’s where the major cash prizes were sold
Top prizes were sold in five different Pennsylvania counties:
- 7-Eleven, 95 Warrendale Bayne Road, Warrendale, Allegheny County ($10,000);
- Rite Aid, 10 W. Main St., Lansdale, Montgomery County ($10,000);
- Sunoco, 115 E. High St., Ebensburg, Cambria County ($5,000);
- GIANT Food Stores, 1465 W. Broad St., Quakertown, Bucks County ($5,000)
- Sheetz, 2604 W. State St., New Castle, Lawrence County ($5,000).
What you can win in Pennsylvania Lottery Scratch-Offs
The Pennsylvania Lottery offers a range of prizes, from a free scratch-off ticket to the grand prize of $3 million. To see a full list of prizes, in addition to all the games that are offered and odds of winning, visit the palottery.com website.
Prizes expire one year from a game’s end-sale date, which are also posted on the website.
The Pennsylvania Lottery is the only lottery in the country that directs all proceeds to programs that help older residents. Since 1972, lottery organizers say $31 billion has been given to fund property tax and rebates, transportation, care services, prescription assistance and other services for seniors.
Pennsylvania Lottery offers online games
If you are looking to play the PA Lottery online, you are in luck. Players can purchase draw tickets like Powerball online. The PA iLottery also gives players a chance to strike it big online with dozens of instant games available, in addition to other games such as keno.
Users can create an account today by going to the PA iLottery website or on the app by securely submitting proof of identity and age. To purchase lottery tickets, accounts need to be prefunded.
For first-time players, there is a bonus of 100% up to $500 available. Make sure to use bonus code DEP500 (codes are case sensitive) to receive your first deposit bonus.
Bonuses must be played through 10 times before the money is converted to cash.