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Local Resident Wins $1 Million Scratch Ticket Prize

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Man scratches a scratch-off lottery ticket. | Image by Daniel Krason, Shutterstock

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A North Richland Hills resident recently claimed a scratch-off ticket prize worth $1 million. The Texas Lottery Commission announced on Thursday the top prize-winning ticket was claimed in the Texas Lottery game Ultimate 7s.

The winner, who has decided to remain anonymous, purchased the ticket at a Kroger store located at 9135 Grapevine Highway in North Richland Hills.

This was the third of four $1 million prizes to be claimed in Ultimate 7s, which offers more than $119.1 million in total prizes. The odds of winning any prize in the game are 1 in 3.5, according to the Texas Lottery Commission.

The commission announced Tuesday that another North Texas resident won $1 million from a “Texas Two Step” lottery ticket.

The ticket was purchased at a RaceTrac convenience store located at 1110 North Highway 77 in Waxahachie. This winner has also elected to remain anonymous.

Last Thursday, the Texas Lottery announced that a Fort Worth resident won a $3 million drawing — the second-tier prize for the Mega Millions drawing on August 30.

The ticket was purchased at Terry’s Food, located at 5221 Camp Bowie Boulevard in Fort Worth.

This claimant has also chosen to remain anonymous.          

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