A $20 investment in a Price Is Right–themed lottery ticket has paid off handsomely to its Sellersville buyer. He or she is walking away with a million dollars, as reported by John Misinco at The Morning Call.
The seller was Jashan Convenience on North Main Street, also in Sellersville. Its owner will receive $5,000 just for vending the winning card.
The game, inspired by the long-running CBS game show, presents players with 20 chances per card to match one of seven predetermined numbers. A pair of duplicates yields the scratch-off prize revealed.
Bucks County and its surrounding communities has been on something of a lottery streak lately. Recent big winners have included:
- A $5 million Million Money Maker scratch-off in Bensalem
- A $2 million Powerball ticket in Warrington
- A $250,000 Powerball ticket in Warminster
- A $128,000 Treasure Hunt ticket in Whitehall Township
More on this story is at The Morning Call.