Michigan player wins ‘Lucky For Life’ lottery jackpot and will now receive $25,000 a year for life

Lucky For Life draws take place seven days a week at 10.38pm.

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A Michigan Lottery player will receive $25,000 a year for life thanks to a winner in the ‘Lucky For Life’ lottery.

His ticket matched the five white balls drawn, which were: 13, 26, 34, 37 and 48. This won him this big prize.

The winning ticket was purchased at the Sunoco gas station, located at 45471 Ryan Road, in Shelby Township. This is the fifth time this year that a Michigan player has won lifetime prize money by playing ‘Lucky For Life’.

The lucky winner has two options to claim their prize:

You can request annual payments of $25,000 for a minimum of 20 years or for life, whichever is longer.

– You can also claim a single lump sum cash payment, which would be $390,000.

Winner must contact the Michigan Lottery Player Relations Department at 844-887-6836, option 2, to schedule an appointment to claim the grand prize.

Prize must be claimed at Lottery headquarters in the city of Lansing. ‘Lucky For Life’ tickets are valid for one year from the date of the draw. After this time they are cancelled.

The ticket is only $2 dollars each. ‘Lucky For Life’ Gives Lottery Players Chance To Win Prizes Ranging From $3 To Lifetime Cash Prize.

To win the game’s top prize, which is to receive $1,000 a day for life, players must match all five winning numbers from 1 to 48, plus a lucky ball from 1 to 18.

Players who match all five winning numbers but not the lucky ball will win $25,000 a year for life.

Draws take place at 22:38, seven days a week.

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