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San Antonian becomes millionaire in Texas Lottery prize

The San Antonian has chosen to remain anonymous.

SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio resident has won $1 million dollars from a Texas Lottery scratch ticket 500x, according to a press release. 

The release says the ticket was purchased at a Pik and Pack Food Mart located at 1801 West Avenue. 

The San Antonian has chosen to remain anonymous and was the first of four prizes to win a million dollars in the game, according to their release. 

Odds of winning any prize in the game are one in 3.45, including break-even prices, according to their website

The 500x scratch ticket cost $20 to purchase and comes in a pack size of 25.



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