1 of 2 Million-Dollar-Raffle Tickets Sold in Ely: MN Lottery

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Updated: January 01, 2019 04:11 PM

Two lucky Minnesota Millionaire Raffle players are waking up this morning to discover that their tickets are worth $1 million.

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Minnesota’s newest millionaires purchased their winning tickets at the following locations:

  • Superpumper Inc., located at 1749 University Ave. in Crookston
  • Voyageur Short Stop, located at 1815 E. Sheridan St. in Ely

$1 million prize winning numbers, in ascending order:

  • 091593
  • 442917

More than 12,000 winning numbers were also announced this morning, including five $100,000 cash prizes. The $100,000 winning tickets were sold at the following locations:

  • Cub Foods, located at 9655 Colorado Lane N. in Brooklyn Park
  • Forest Lake Moto Mart, located at 1898 S. Lake St. in Forest Lake
  • Maple Square Fuel & Wash, located at 13400 Grove Drive in Maple Grove
  • Speedway #4311, located at 12504 Central Ave. N.E. in Blaine • SuperAmerica #4460, located at 1201 Riverwood Drive in Burnsville

$100,000 prize winning numbers, in ascending order:

  • 109634
  • 198330
  • 385332
  • 511931
  • 584933

Tickets for the Jan. 1, 2019 Minnesota Millionaire Raffle went on sale Oct. 23, 2018 and sold out on Dec. 14, 2018. The Raffle game, which originally debuted in 2006, continues to grow in popularity every year because of its limited number of tickets, guaranteed winners and it offers the Lottery’s best odds to win $1 million.

Since 2006, the Raffle game alone has raised approximately $32.2 million for Minnesota. Lottery dollars help make important environmental projects possible throughout Minnesota. The state’s General Fund, which funds programs including education, public safety and health and human services, also receives a portion of Lottery proceeds.

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