A $ 30 purchase became a $ 10 million reward for a "scratch" ticket purchased at a Burbank store

There is a new billionaire in California who won $ 10 million with a lottery prize

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Lottery player Karpis Kasabian is a new billionaire after he bought the $ 30 dollar Ultimate Millions scratch at the CVS pharmacy at 1015 N. San Fernando Blvd. in Burbank.

The ticket proved to be the big winner of this California Lottery game, taking the first prize of $ 10 million, ABC 7 reports.

The store received a $ 50,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

The purchase price of $ 30 makes Ultimate Millions, along with the $ 10,000,000 Bankroll game, the most expensive scratches in the California Lottery, with the highest prizes.

The state lottery says Ultimate Millions produces four first prize winners, and two of them have been claimed so far.

The California Lottery announced another great victory in the Los Angeles area.

Joel Choe bought a scratch off of the $ 10 $ Season’s Greetings game at Victoria Plaza Liquor at 4226 W. Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles, and won a $ 1 million prize.

Choe, a 33-year-old maintenance worker who lives in Los Angeles County, said he had won smaller prizes before for lottery ticket purchases, but never anything like this.

"It simply means better days," Choe said, according to a lottery press release. "I want to wait a bit and take some time before deciding what to do next."

Victoria Plaza Liquor received a retail bonus of $ 5,000 for selling the winning ticket.


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