Woman’s Son Told Her to Buy a Lottery Scratch-Off Because She Had a Gut, and She Ends Up Winning $300K


This jackpot has only a one in a million chance of winning.

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A family from the city of Columbia, South Carolina, had a day of enormous lottery winnings thanks to the son told his mother he had a feeling she should buy a scratch-off lottery ticket. The mother listened to him and bought a $10 dollar ticket, which had a $300,000 jackpot..

South Carolina Education Lottery officials say the winning ticket was purchased at 38 Pitt Stop on Longs Pond Road in Lexington County.

The mother said her son suggested she buy a lottery ticket because of a feeling she had. When they scratched off the ticket the next day, the lucky woman said she and her son were speechless, then thrilled, realizing their instincts were right..

“It was an absolute godsend,” the mother said.

The ticket for the Money Mania Extra Play game featured the $300,000 jackpot, a one-in-a-million chance of winning jackpot.

The store that sold the ticket is also likely to be very grateful to the woman’s son, as he will receive a $3,000 commission for selling the Scratch-Off.

The South Carolina Education Lottery reported Thursday that five $300,000 prizes remain in this scratch-off game..

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Source-eldiariony.com