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St Mary winner hits $277-m Lotto jackpot

Monday, October 14, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The largest lotto jackpot in two years of $277 million was won on Saturday, October 12.

The winning numbers are 03, 11, 18, 21, 29, 32, along with the bonus ball 37.

The lucky ticket was purchased at Snoopy's Wholesale and Gaming in Belfield, St Mary.

Supreme Ventures Group Vice President, Marketing, Communication & Sponsorship, Gail Abrahams said the Group is ecstatic that a player has won.

"We are beyond pleased that someone has captured such a huge Lotto jackpot! This is the third time in Lotto history that the jackpot is over $200 million. This is a life changing win and we are ready to welcome them into the Millionaire's Club as soon as they come forward with their ticket," Abrahams said.

The winner, who is also the first lotto winner since this year, will have 90 days to come forward with the winning ticket in order to begin the process to claim their multimillion dollar jackpot.


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