A Woman Wins Division Two Prize of Lucky for Life Lottery

Lucky for Life is a popular lottery that began in 2009 and is played in 21 states of the US. Revenue generated from the sale of lottery tickets is used to fund the public sector projects and to pay the winners of the lottery. The minimum age to play the lottery is 18 however, in Iowa; the minimum age to play the lottery is 21 years.

On the draw that was held on Thursday, 20th October 2016, a woman named Mary Brown, who lives in Scituate, Massachusetts won the division two prize of the Lucky for Life lottery. Previously, in September, a ticketholder from Dracut won the division one prize of Lucky for Life. On 27th October, she claimed her prize money at the Massachusetts State’s Lottery Headquarters. She informed the press reporters that she purchased the season tickets of the ‘Lucky for Life’ and now after winning the division two prize, she will opt for a one lump sum payment option. According to the lottery officials, Mary Brown will receive $390,000 as prize money. The officials also said that she is the third winner from Massachusetts this year.

The lottery officials also informed the reporters that the season tickets are increasingly growing popular among the lottery players. With season tickets, a player can participate in the lottery draws with the same numbers for continuous 3-months, 6-months, and even 1-year. Season tickets are available for ‘Lucky for Life’ as well as many other lotteries that are played in the US. The lottery officials told that the interested lottery players can purchase their season ticket at a significant discount from the lottery stores from 20th November 2016.

If the story of Mary Brown has ignited the dream of winning ‘Lucky for Life’ lottery in you then wait no more, buy a lotto ticket online or from a nearby news agency and pray that you get all six numbers matched in a draw that is held on every Monday and Thursday. The winning numbers of ‘Lucky for Life’ are broadcasted live at 10:38 PM EST (Eastern Standard Time) on various TV channels in the US.