GARLAND, Texas — A Garland resident has claimed a $1 million scratch ticket prize, a top prizewinning ticket, in the Texas Lottery's Million Dollar Loteria, the Texas Lottery announced today.
The ticket was sold was purchased at AJ's Quick Trip located at 202 South Ballard Avenue in Wylie, Texas.
The claimant wished to remain anonymous.
The $1 million prizewinning ticket is the second of five top prizes to be claimed in the Million Dollar Loteria which offers more than $91.8 million in total prizes. Overall odds of winning any prize in the game are one in 3.31, including break-even prizes, according to the Texas Lottery.
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