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ARE YOU THE NEXT KANSAS MILLIONAIRE$

KSCB News - December 31, 2011 8:16 am

The wait is finally over. The Kansas Lottery’s Holiday Millionaire Raffle drawing was held Friday, and one ticket is a $1 million winner!

The grand prize winning ticket number is 125501. The ticket was sold in south central Kansas.

Five other ticket numbers are each worth $10,000. Those winning ticket numbers are:

1. 024907

2. 029274

3. 030872

4. 037688

5. 133139

In addition, 10 ticket numbers are each worth $5,000. Those winning ticket numbers are:

1. 017218

2. 028354

3. 052059

4. 055218

5. 064947

6. 068167

7. 068733

8. 086165

9. 104827

10. 141020

The Lottery also drew 500 raffle numbers worth $500 each, and 500 raffle numbers worth $100 each. For a complete list of winning numbers, visit Holiday Millionaire.

In addition to the prizes drawn today, there are four Holiday Millionaire Raffle Early Bird winning tickets worth $10,000 each still unclaimed. The winning raffle numbers were: 023816, 031432, 032597 and 071999.

Raffle tickets may be checked at any Kansas Lottery retail location, including a Check-A-Ticket. Players must present their original tickets to claim a prize. The $1 million grand prize, five $10,000 prizes, and ten $5,000 prizes must be claimed at a Lottery office in Topeka or Great Bend, either in person or by mail. Players have 365 days from the date of the drawing to claim winning tickets.

The Kansas Lottery would like to remind players to sign the back of their tickets and to keep them in a safe place until they are checked or claimed. For questions regarding the Holiday Millionaire Raffle drawing, call the Kansas Lottery headquarters office in Topeka at 785-296-5700.


 

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