Triple Twist jackpot ticket worth over $2M sold at Goodyear gas station
PHOENIX – Somebody who bought a Triple Twist lottery ticket at a West Valley gas station over the weekend is having a very happy new year.
A ticket that hit the $2.15 million jackpot in Saturday’s game was sold at the QuikTrip on Estrella Parkway just north of Van Buren Street in Goodyear.
It’s the second-largest Triple Twist payout ever, behind a $3.77 million prize won in April 2020.
Triple Twist is an Arizona Lottery nightly draw game that costs $2 per entry. Odds to win the jackpot are 1 in 5,245,786.
Each entry has three rows of six numbers. Matching all six numbers in a single row wins the jackpot, which starts at $200,000 and grows each day without a winner.
Saturday’s winning numbers were 7, 17, 28, 32, 34 and 39. It was the first Triple Twist jackpot since somebody won a $645,000 prize on July 21, 2021.
The ticket for Saturday’s game was unclaimed as of Wednesday afternoon. Arizona Lottery drawing winners have 180 days to claim their bounty.
The Arizona Lottery website shows one previous seven-figure jackpot that hasn’t been claimed, a $1 million entry purchased in Tucson for the Dec. 22 Powerball drawing.