Winning $1 Million Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Sold at New Jersey Pub
Thanks to a winning Mega Millions ticket, someone in New Jersey will now have a lot of extra cash to put into their pocket or bank account to start the big 4th of July weekend.
One New Jersey Mega Millions lottery ticket matched five of the five white balls which is good for a one million dollar jackpot! The million-dollar winning ticket was sold at Phil Bert's Pub in Warren County according to the New Jersey Lottery website.
There were two big South Jersey winners whose winning tickets matched four of the five white balls and the gold ball good for a third prize of $10,000 each. The winning tickets were sold at Country Farm Food Store on West Whithoirse Pike in Pomana and the 7-Eleven on Rt. 73 in Voorhees.
The winning numbers for the Friday, June 25th jackpot were: 17, 20, 42, 45, and 65. The Gold Mega Ball was 12 and the Megaplier Multiplier was 04.
Recently, one lucky Jersey Cash 5 ticket from South Jersey matched all 5 numbers and was good for $265,000. The winning ticket was sold in early June at the 7-Eleven on Atlantic Avenue in Atlantic City.
You can add another South Jersey lottery winner to the list thanks to a $50,000 winning Powerball ticket sold at Masonville News & Food Store on Masonville Road in MT. Laurel, Burlington County, and a Jersey Cash 5 ticket worth $100 grand was sold at Cork N Bottle located on 529 High Street in Mount Holly in Burlington County.
See Inside Kelly Clarkson's Nashville Estate
See Inside Kelly Clarkson's California Mansion: