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Lucky Day Lotto Prize Worth $1.2 Million Still Unclaimed — Lotto Officials Urge Players To Always Check Their Tickets

Lucky Day Lotto prize worth $1.2 million remains unclaimed (Photo: Chicago Tribune)

Lotto officials are once again urging lottery players to always check their purchased lotto tickets as a Lucky Day Lotto prize worth $1.2 million is still unclaimed.

Jewel Food Chicago, Illinois (Photo: stream)

Lucky Day Lotto Prize Worth $1.2 Million Remains Unclaimed

SOURCE– Lotto officials are reminding lottery players to always check their lotto tickets as the winner of the $1.2 million prize in Lucky Day Lotto remains unclaimed. The million-jackpot lucky day lotto ticket was purchased at a supermarket.

The player who won the $1.2 million prize is encouraged to claim their Lucky Day lotto prize immediately. The lucky day lotto ticket was purchased in Chicago, Illinois, at Jewel Food Store in North Ashland.

The lottery ticket was purchased on October 27, 2023. Even though lottery winners are given a year from the date of purchase to claim their prize, and the lucky day lotto winner still has a lot of time to claim the $1.2 million before it expires, it is still recommended to claim the prize as soon as possible.

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Lucky Day Lotto Is An Illinois-Only Lotto Game

Unlike other lottery games, Lucky Day Lotto is a lotto game exclusive only to Illinois. You can purchase tickets for the lunchtime draw, the evening draw, or both. The jackpot for the lucky day lotto starts at $100,000.

The Daily Nation Today reminds players that if they are experiencing signs of gambling addiction, call the National Gambling Hotline at 1-800-522-4700 or visit their website.

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