One Month Later and MEGA Millions® Ticket Sold in Suisun City Worth $173,000 Still Unclaimed
SACRAMENTO – It’s been one month since someone bought a MEGA Millions ticket in Suisun City that is worth $173,830, but no one has come forward to claim the prize yet. The ticket was for the Lottery draw held on September 28th.
The retailer who sold the winning ticket is Super Serv Chevron, which is located at 4490 Central Way in Suisun City (Solano County). The ticket successfully matched the numbers 6, 8, 14, 43 and 56, missing only the Mega number of 28.
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