“We’d each been buying tickets but hadn’t won much, so we decided to put our money together and split the winnings,” That’s friendship for you, and it paid off!Read More
It may take some time… a lotto store serves customers in Italy where a winner spent 11 years trying to claim a ticket.
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The New York Lottery headquarters building.
Here's where some of the world's largest lotteries are housed.
Some of them are impressive. Others are simply a building from the outside, with no hint of the excitement that greets winners every week.
What is it about the Arizona building that is unique? And wait until you feast your eyes on the stunning California Lottery building!
Winner Donald Lawson on Facebook with two friends. Photo
Last month's USA Powerball winner is hoping his money will finally bring him love.
The 44 year-old self-confessed hillbilly wants to "please a woman any way she wants," but she may have to share his hobbies. They include video games, bowling, camping, fishing and hunting.
Will the retired railway engineer from Michigan get the woman of his dreams... one who wants to dine out with him at McDoanald's and share the simple life? He sure hopes so.
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When Australian actor Hugh Jackman was filming Real Steel in Michigan, USA last year, he started a tradition. He bought 500 lottery tickets for every member of the film crew, every week.
He explained, "It’s my way of paying taxes. The very first film I did in America, I was embarrassed to say two months in that I didn’t know half of the crew’s names."