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Second $15 MIL Prize Claimed in “Supreme Millions” Instant Game

image003BRAINTREE, MA (April 19, 2016) – Christine Bunszel of Marshfield has claimed the second $15 million grand prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s $30 “Supreme Millions” instant game.  It is the largest instant “scratch and win” prize offered on a Mass. Lottery instant ticket.

Bunszel selected the cash option on her prize and received a one-time payment of $9,750,000 (before tax withholdings).  A mother of three, Bunszel plans on using her windfall to buy a house, a new car and provide for her family.

She purchased her lucky ticket at 7-Eleven, 585 North St. in East Weymouth.  The store will receive a $50,000 bonus for selling the $15 million winning ticket.  It is the highest retailer bonus paid by the Mass. Lottery.

Two $15 million prizes remain in the “Supreme Millions” game, the Mass. Lottery’s second $30 instant ticket.  Twenty-nine of the game’s sixty-six $1 million instant prizes have been claimed to date.  Additionally, four $1 million prizes have been awarded through the game’s Second Chance Drawings, which allow players to enter non-winning tickets online for opportunities to win substantial cash prizes.  Two $1 million prize winners are selected in each of the five Second Chance Drawings in this game.  There are three drawings remaining.

“Supreme Millions” is the Lottery’s second $30 instant ticket, joining “World Class Millions,” which launched in April of 2014 and has produced three $15 million winners to date.

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One Response to Second $15 MIL Prize Claimed in “Supreme Millions” Instant Game

  1. Whistle Blower Reply

    April 17, 2018 at 5:59 AM

    Christine bought 30.00 worth of food with her EBT card then the clerk allowed her to return the food for cash for which she used to buy the ticket that she won. Fact!!

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