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.