I have long said that big jackpot scratch wins are mostly sold at inconspicuous-looking stores. Which I believe is still true! However, everyone once in a while, a jackpot-winning scratch ticket is sold at a well-known retailer.  Here is an example. Earlier this month a winning scratch ticket was sold at an H-E-B in San Antonio.

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The winning ticket was the $50.00 Millionaire Club ticket as was the last jackpot ticket in that series of tickets.  There were 4 jackpot prize tickets at the start of the game with the overall odds of winning a prize of $75 being 1 in 3.51.

BACK TO MY THEORY:

A $20 One Million Lotteria ticket was sold at Hakeem's Mini Mart in San Antonio. Take a look at the store that sold the winning ticket. The winner wanted to remain anonymous. Take a look at the store that sold the winning tickets and take a look at some of the other big jackpot wins in the past year that continue to support my theory.

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Back in December, another Texas Lottery Jackpot prize sold at another at inconspicuous-looking convenience stores. It would seem that these types of stores are the best places to buy your scratch tickets. Check out where this $3 million dollar jackpot ticket was sold in San Antonio...

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In November, also in San Antonio a top prize-winning ticket worth $1 million in the Texas
Lottery scratch ticket game Millionaire Club($50 ticket). Here is where that winning ticket was sold...

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Back in October, a Lotto Texas ticket worth an estimated annuitized $20.75 million was sold in Houston Officials say the ticket for the October 2 drawing was purchased at BFM Food Mart.

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In September, an Austin resident did and won a $5 Million Dollar Jackpot on the $50 $5 Million Dollar Fortune ticket. Here is a look at that store...
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