CLEVELAND (WJW) — Some Northeast Ohioans’ pockets just got deeper after playing scratch-off games.
A man from Seville tested his luck with the April 25 Powerball drawing and won $100,000. He plans to use his winnings to re-invest in his construction and remodeling business.
A Kettering man won Wild Cash Multiplier’s top prize of $100,000. He purchased his winning ticket at Dot’s Supermarket, located at 2274 Patterson Rd in Kettering.
After mandatory state and federal tax totaling 28 percent, both winners will receive $72,000 each.
A man from New Bremen won $50,000 playing the Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off, MONOPOLY 200X with a ticket purchased at the S & G #66 at 54 S Main St in Minster.
With a ticket purchased at Circle K #5697 at 4021 Parkman Rd NW, a Warren man won $50,000 playing the Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off, Slots of Fun.
The Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off, 40th Anniversary Millions had a $50,000 winner on Friday. The Galloway resident bought their winning ticket at The Kroger Co. #623 at 5800 W Broad Street.
A man from Brunswick won $50,000 on the Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off, $1,000,000 Cashword after purchasing a winning ticket at Cenco at 3769 Center Rd in Brunswick.
Several others won $20,000 in scratch-offs including an Akron man who purchased his $10 ticket at the Circle K #5259 at 10916 US RT 250 N in Milan.
Slots of Fun is a $10 scratch-off with a top prize of $500,000. There are four top prizes remaining in the game.
There are eight top prizes remaining in the MONOPOLY 200X. Tickets are $30 each with a top prize of $200,000.
Only one top prize of $100,000 remains in the Wild Cash Multiplier. Tickets are $5.
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