A newlywed couple in Michigan, USA, won a scratch-off lottery prize of US$1 million the day after their wedding. The picture shows a scratch-off lottery ticket in California and has nothing to do with this article. (Shutterstock)
[The Epoch Times, November 14, 2023](Epoch Times reporter Chen Juncun reported) A newlywed couple in Michigan, USA bought scratch-off lottery tickets the day after their wedding. Unexpectedly, they won a prize of US$1 million. It was a double happiness.
A 57-year-old man in Livingston County, Michigan, told the Michigan Lottery that he bought Diamonds & Pearls at a convenience store the day after his wedding. ) scratch-off lottery tickets.
This lottery ticket sells for $10. If you win, you have a chance to win a prize of $100,000 to $1 million.
The man said: “I bought a lottery ticket for my wife to scratch the day after my wedding. When she learned that she had won 1 million yuan, we couldn’t believe it. We read the instructions again and again to make sure that we really won. .We were excited for days.”
The newlyweds had gone to the lottery company’s headquarters to claim their winnings, all at once. After taxes, they took home $693,000. They plan to invest the money.
Also in Virginia, a woman recently won a $150,000 prize by buying scratch-off lottery tickets after doing good deeds.
The woman, Briana Mills, who lives in Petersburg, told the Virginia Lottery that she was shopping at a convenience store when she saw a customer in front of her who couldn’t pay. money, so he paid for the other party.
When it was her turn to pay, she decided to try her luck by buying a Strike It Rich scratch-off ticket at the counter, and unexpectedly won a $150,000 prize.
Mills said she saw a rainbow in the sky after learning she won, so she took a photo with her ticket in front of it.
She did not say how she planned to use the winnings.
This kind of case of winning a lottery after doing good deeds has happened before in Oregon.
The Epoch Times previously reported that a woman named Ann Charkowicz helped a child who broke into a busy street out of trouble in 2020 and then sent the child home.
Afterwards, Czakovic had a premonition that he would have good luck, so he went to buy Lotto, and he really won the first prize of US$1 million.
“I had a feeling I was going to win, and it happened. It’s karma,” she said.
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