Brewster, New York, Sold a $5 Million Lottery Ticket.

The scratch-off ticket held the top prize of $5 million until it was the last one still in circulation.

Brewster, New York, Sold a $5 Million Lottery Ticket.

One Westchester County man has had an extraordinary start to the new year after winning one of the largest jackpot rewards available on a New York Lottery scratch-off ticket.

Winner of the $5 million scratch-off
Fox 5 reports that North Salem, New York resident Richard Bossi cashed in his winning scratch-off and formally won the top prize of $5 million.

Bossi accepted the $3,255,000 lump sum payment after deducting the necessary withholdings. The winning ticket was from the $5,000,000 Mega Multiplier scratch-off game from the New York Lottery.

Brewster, New York Sells a Million Dollar Scratch-Off

The Route 22 Convenience Store at 876 Route 22 in Brewster is where the winning ticket was purchased. With the sale of winning tickets, the Route 22 Convenience Store has now joined a limited group of Hudson Valley lottery retailers.

Hudson Valley stores that sell lottery tickets

A few businesses in the Hudson Valley have had significant gains in recent months, including the Smokes 4 Less outlets in Fishkill and Newburgh (59 North Plank Road).

Just this week, a $3 million Mega Millions winner was announced at the Newburgh Smokes 4 Less.

The final of the five prizes was won by Bossi on the $5,000,000 Mega Multiplier scratch-off game.

According to Fox 5, Bossi’s victory on the $5,000,000 Mega Multiplier scratch-off game was the final of the lottery’s five top prizes, but tickets are still available.

There are still three $50,000 winning tickets that haven’t been claimed as of today, according to the New York Lottery, and winners can still cash in lower-tier rewards through November 1, 2023.

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