Southern California Lottery Player Wins $82 Million SuperLotto Plus Jackpot

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — A fortunate lottery player from Southern California has struck luck with Saturday’s SuperLotto Plus jackpot-winning ticket, which is valued at a whopping $82 million.

The ticket successfully matched all six numbers drawn: 17-19-23-31-33, along with the Mega number 14. The ticket was purchased at Spring Valley Market located at 13295 Spring Valley Pkwy in Victorville.

Southern California seems to be experiencing a fortunate streak when it comes to lottery wins. Recently, a lucky individual from Los Angeles bagged an astonishing $1.08 billion from the Powerball on July 19.

In 2022, an Altadena resident hit the jackpot with an all-time record-setting win of $2.04 billion in Powerball. Not to be outdone, a winner in Torrance scooped $1.4 million from the Mega Millions drawing on June 6.

Adding to the celebrations, two customers who bought lottery tickets in Murtieta this month won $30,417 in SuperLotto Plus winnings.

In the same Saturday’s SuperLotto Plus drawing, there were five tickets sold in Southern California, each matching five winning numbers but missing the Mega number.

These tickets are still worth a substantial $13,324 million, according to the California Lottery. The winning tickets were sold at the following locations in Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside counties:

  1. Party Pantry Liquor, 16145 Parthemia Avenue, North Hills
  2. Arco AM/PM, 9454 Corbin Avenue, Northridge
  3. Chevron, 11529 Carson Street, Lakewood
  4. Chevron, 1240 Bison Avenue, Newport Beach
  5. Arco AM/PM, Arlington Avenue, Riverside

In total, there were 185,759 winning tickets in this draw, ranging from winnings as low as $1 to over $1,000.

It’s noteworthy that this particular drawing was the 76th one since the last time a ticket with all six numbers was sold.

As for the next drawing on Wednesday, it is anticipated to be worth $7 million.

The odds of matching all five numbers and the Mega number are 1 in 41,416,353, as stated by the California Lottery.

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