Lottery player could lose .3 million if he doesn’t claim his prize in 10 days

Lottery player could lose $4.3 million if he doesn’t claim his prize in 10 days

The luck of a lottery player from the city of Mesa, in the state of Arizona, could end very soon. And it is that, although the lucky player took home a prize of $4.3 million dollars, he has not yet gone to claim his money, and if he does not do so in the next few days, he could lose everything.

The winning ticket is known to have been sold on April 24 at the Mesa Safeway store located at Guadalupe and Alma School Roads. The winning numbers were 9, 13, 18, 29, 32 and 34. If the winner decides to collect the money in one payment, they will receive everything in one check for $2 million dollars.

The problem is that the person who bought the winning ticket hasn’t shown up at the state lottery offices to collect his money, and tickets only have 180 days to claim before expiring as reported in Arizona’s Family.

In other words, since the ticket was purchased on April 24, it will lose all its value on October 24. This is in 10 days.

If you want to participate and have the chance to become a millionaire with a lottery ticket, you could buy a ticket for Friday’s Mega Millions drawing, which has a $494 million jackpot and the jackpot for the next Powerball drawing this Saturday is $454 million.

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