YORK, Pa. ? A jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Match 6 Lotto ticket worth nearly $1.2 million from the Sept. 13 drawing was sold at Rutter?s store on 35 N. Main St. in Jacobus, York County.
This is the second $1million winning ticket sold at Rutter?s this year. The first, a Powerball ticket, was sold in Waynesboro in mid-April.
From April 2007 through September 2012, 27 tickets worth $100,000 or more have been sold at Rutter?s stores. These tickets bring the lottery winnings for Rutter?s customers to nearly $9.5 million.
The Sept. 13 winning ticket matched all six winning numbers, 10-14-16-33-34-48, to win the jackpot, which has been growing since the August 2 drawing, the last time one ticket matched all six numbers.
In 2004, Rutter?s sold a winning ticket to what was, at the time, the largest Powerball jackpot in history totaling $221.5 million dollars. The prize was split with a second winner from South Carolina.
York-based Rutter?s offers all Pennsylvania Lottery terminal-based games, as well as a variety of instant lottery games to hundreds of thousands of customers who visit its 56 convenience stores each week.