Your old or expired lottery tickets could be worth a lot more than you realize

Your old or expired lottery tickets could be worth a lot more than you realize

Rick Kenny was $100,000 richer after purchasing a losing scratch-off ticket.

Do you keep your old lottery tickets, or throw them away? My recommendation is to ditch them if they are lottery tickets, but keep them if they are scratch-offs. There doesn't seem to be any use for old lottery tickets after 6 months.

But do this only after you have checked these points:

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Scratch lotto winner wins TWICE at the same store getting a $10 Million prize within minutes

Rodney Meadows is a lucky man - lucky twice. His double win was a rare event, but the size of one of the prizes was the reason he got so much publicity from his win in 2017. The first scratch-off gave him $1,000 - no small change. Then within minutes the Modesto, CA man bought again - and struck $10 million. Watch to find out how the story unfolded.

Author Reveals The 8 Ways That Rich People And Lottery Winners Think Differently

Author Reveals The 8 Ways That Rich People And Lottery Winners Think Differently

Winners could buy all this if they wanted. Daily Mail

Author Steve Siebold wrote a book on the rich, entitled "How Rich People Think." They think quite differently, he has found. And according to his theories, there's 8 ways that the rich and lottery winners are different to the rest:

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Could You Get A Heart Attack From Winning The Lottery?

Could You Get A Heart Attack From Winning The Lottery?

Australian Bill Morgan died from a heart attack, came back to life, then won the lottery twice! Watch the video below.

Stress can cause a heart attack, but what many people don't know is that good news is also stress related and can also cause a problem.

So we wondered - has anyone suffered a heart attack from the excitement of a lottery win?

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This Scratch-Off King Happily Spends $1,000 A Month - So How Much Does He Actually Win?

Can you believe it? This casually-dressed local man spent $1,000 a month back in 2008 on scratch-off lottery tickets. He admitted winning $5,200 in his first game and this was the reason he got really interested playing larger amounts. He also said he gets paid for losing. Watch to see how he explains that theory.

Watch The Fascinating 2-Minute TimeLapse Of An Oklahoma Lottery Billboard

Nobody has hours to spend gazing at the construction of a new ad on a lottery billboard any longer. So imagine our delight when we saw this sped-up video version showing the morning’s work in just 2 minutes. The workers added a money extension and the spangle effect should look great at night. Take a look…