Lottery Ticket Worth $220,000 Sold in Pleasanton

Only two tickets sold won the $220,000. Is your ticket the big winner?

A winning lottery ticket was sold at on September 11.

Only two of all tickets sold won the $220,000.

The winning numbers are: 20, 5, 33, 36, 11 with a mega number 11.

Ngoc Le, an employee at Cole's Market, says no one has come in to claim the prize yet.

There was one lucky jackpot winner in California, bringing home $120,000,000

Are you the lucky winner?

Do you play the lottery? Tell us in the comments section.

Californicated1 September 13, 2012 at 08:30 PM
Your "Poor Tax" dollars at work. At least I did not put any money in to give some Pleasanton resident a $200,000 windfall.
Nancy September 17, 2012 at 11:39 PM
Oh come one now Californicated1 - Be happy for the person! I say Congrats to whoever the person is - wish more people could win like this! Including myself! I am sure the person is still stunned by their winfall.
Darwinian Justice September 18, 2012 at 12:12 AM
Poor tax? PLEASE. Where do you think the money probably came from? Welfare payments, which the "rich" paid for.
Voter with an ID September 18, 2012 at 03:47 AM
Cali is a typical Obama supporter, who feels the poor are being preyed upon, are too stupid to make it without govt assistance and are easily duped into spending their taxpayer funded handouts. Cali is way too cheap to pay for lottery tickets to help fund our schools, he'd rather spend his welfare check on Mickeys Big Mouth. Congrats to the lottery winners and the schools that profit from the ticket sales.
Californicated1 September 18, 2012 at 04:32 AM
No, I will not be happy for anybody who either plays the Lottery or even wins it. The only time that I will be happy about the Lottery is when it is outlawed and abolished. The ones that sponsor lotteries are doing nothing more than enabling gambling and allowing the people who play to risk their money, sometimes at the expense of other things in their lives, like perhaps their children's educations and their family's welfare. And when the state gets involved in the people's vices such as gambling, then there is an ethical dilemma at work here, where part of the state's purpose to ensure that the people in its jurisdiction are not exploited by their neighbors, but at the same time, they are exploiting those people when they play a state-sponsored scheme like the Lottery. Sorry, but I will not "be happy" for those that won their ill-gotten gain by having the right numbers on their ticket. People who earn their $200,000 get a lot more of my respect than either those who inherit theirs or win theirs.


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