Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off winners claimed more than $211 million in November

PENNSYLVANIA — Some Pennsylvanians walked away big winners in November.

According to the Pennsylvania Lottery, scratch-off winners claimed $211,762,935 in prizes last month.

The Pennsylvania Lottery said a top prize of $5 million was sold in Allegheny County, and three top prizes of $3 million were sold in Allegheny, Philadelphia and Delaware counties.

Allegheny County, along with Dauphin, York and Clearfield counties, also saw top prizes of $1 million sold.

The stores that sold the top prize winning tickets earned a bonus as a result:

  • Giant Eagle, 5550 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County ($10,000 bonus).
  • L & P Express, 5520 Whitaker Avenue, Philadelphia ($10,000).
  • Sheetz, 2401 Washington Road, Canonsburg, Washington County ($10,000).
  • Davis’ Trading Post, 1 West Winona Avenue, Norwood, Delaware County ($10,000).
  • Walmart, 100 Supercenter Drive, Clearfield, Clearfield County ($5,000).
  • Bajwa Convenience Store, 2620 Brookwood Street, Harrisburg, Dauphin County ($5,000).
  • Big Mouth on the Run Pizza, 1308 North George Street, North York Borough, York County ($5,000).
  • Mulligan’s Sports Bar & Grill, 1013 Lebanon Road, West Mifflin, Allegheny County ($5,000).

The retailers that sold the $5 million and $3 million tickets received $10,000 and the retailers that sold the $1 million tickets earned $5,000.

Scratch-off games currently offer prizes ranging from a free ticket to $5 million, the Pennsylvania Lottery said.

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