A Pembroke Pines store sold the winning ticket for the $1.1 million Lucky Money jackpot.
One “Lucky Money” player hit the jackpot and won $850,000 after matching 4-of-4 numbers.
No winner or winners claimed the “Lucky Money” jackpot meaning it rose to $1.2 million.
“Lucky Money” players lucked out after there were no winning tickets to claim the jackpot.
A lottery ticket sold in Hialeah is the winner of half-a-million dollars.
No tickets were able to cash in and win Lucky Money’s jackpot.
No one won the $2 million Lucky Money jackpot.
Florida Lottery players can now purchase tickets to the state’s newest game – Lucky Money. Lucky Money is replacing the Mega Money game which had its final drawing Tuesday night.
No one walked away with the $ 2 million jackpot after no tickets matched all four numbers plus the Mega Ball in the “Mega Money” game .
Say good bye to the state lottery’s Mega Money game. Florida lottery officials have announced that Mega Money is ending on July 1.