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$1.5M Triple Twist lottery ticket sold at QuikTrip in Phoenix

Dec 17, 2020, 10:30 AM | Updated: 12:57 pm
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PHOENIX — The holiday spending budget for one lucky lottery player in Phoenix will be getting a lot bigger.

Arizona Lottery officials in an email Wednesday said a $1.5 million Triple Twist ticket was sold at a QuikTrip located near the intersection of 99th Avenue and Camelback Road in Phoenix for Tuesday’s drawing.

The ticket sold at the QuikTrip reportedly matched all six numbers.

Triple Twist tickets cost $2 and pays out for matching three or more numbers in a single row.

The prize can be claimed up to 180 days.

Other big wins in 2020 include a $3.2 million jackpot for The Pick in July and a Mega Millions player that took home a $410 million jackpot in June, which is the largest lottery prize in Arizona history.

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$1.5M Triple Twist lottery ticket sold at QuikTrip in Phoenix