$1 million lottery ticket sold in Canyon County

January 3, 2014 

Idaho Lottery

No one has stepped forward so far to claim the top prize in the Idaho $1 Million Raffle game.

The winning number drawn Thursday night was 034858.

Four other lottery players won $10,000 prizes. Those tickets were sold in Ada, Bingham, Kootenai and Power counties. Those winning numbers are 189042, 020636, 080522, and 183357.

“We strongly encourage everyone who played the Idaho $1 Million Raffle to check their tickets carefully for winners,” Idaho Lottery Director Jeff Anderson said. “We also remind all players to sign the back of their raffle ticket. These tickets are bearer instruments that will be paid to the player presenting the ticket. We want to ensure each winning player claims their rightful prize.”

Players have 180 days to claim prizes in the game. The $1 million prize, the four $10,000 prizes and fifty $1,000 prizes must be claimed at Idaho Lottery Headquarters in Boise. In addition to the top fifty-five prizes, there are 4,400 prizes ranging from $100 to $25. These prizes can be claimed at any Idaho Lottery retail location. To check their tickets for winning numbers, players can visit idaholottery.com, call the winning numbers hotline at 208-334-4656, or visit an Idaho Lottery retail location.

All 250,000 tickets printed up were sold. One-quarter of the tickets were sold in the final nine days before they sold out Dec. 31. They had been available since Halloween. This year’s version of Idaho $1 Million Raffle raised $750,000 to the Idaho Lottery’s beneficiaries, Idaho public schools and the state’s permanent building fund.

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