The Pick lottery ticket sold in Chandler hits $3.2 million jackpot
PHOENIX – Check those numbers if you bought a ticket for Wednesday night’s The Pick lottery drawing at a Chandler convenience store.
Arizona Lottery officials said a ticket sold at the Circle K on Chandler Boulevard and 56th Street matched all six numbers — 4, 5, 27, 32, 35 and 36 — for the $3.2 million jackpot.
The Pick tickets cost $1 each and pay out for matching at least three numbers.
Seven tickets matched five numbers Wednesday and are good for $2,000 each. There were also 368 $50 winners for four numbers and 6,346 $3 winners for three matches.
Prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the drawing.
It was the game’s first jackpot since April 4, when a $1 million prize was bagged.
The Pick’s top prize resets to $1 million for Saturday’s drawing.
Last month, a Mega Millions player who chose to remain anonymous bought a ticket good for a $410 million jackpot in Glendale, the biggest lottery prize in Arizona history.