No Tickets Sold With All Six SuperLotto Plus Lottery Numbers

Still in Christmas credit card debt? The jackpot is now $8M, get your tickets in Dana Point or Laguna Niguel before Saturday's drawing.

There were no tickets sold with all six numbers in Wednesday's SuperLotto Plus drawing and the jackpot for Saturday's drawing will increase to $8 million.

Two tickets with five numbers, but missing the Mega number, were sold
and are each worth $24,354, a California Lottery official announced.

The numbers drawn tonight were 2, 9, 24, 33, 37 and the Mega number was
1. The jackpot was $7 million.

The drawing was the first since the last time a ticket with all six
numbers was sold.

The odds of matching all five numbers and the Mega number is 1 in
41,416,353, according to the SuperLotto Plus web site.

You can buy tickets at local liquor/party stores, gas stations and grocery stores. 

--City News Service

Charles December 28, 2012 at 02:18 AM
I like when people play the lottery. The more they play, the more I benefit. The less I play, the more I don't lose. According to Wired magazine: "While approximately half of Americans buy at least one lottery ticket at some point, the vast majority of tickets are purchased by about 20 percent of the population. These high-frequency players tend to be poor and uneducated, which is why critics refer to lotteries as a regressive tax. (In a 2006 survey, 30 percent of people without a high school degree said that playing the lottery was a wealth-building strategy.) On average, households that make less than $12,400 a year spend 5 percent of their income on lotteries -- a source of hope for just a few bucks a throw."


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