Calling All Keno Players! Two $250,000 Winning Keno Tickets Remain Unclaimed!

LANSING, February 1, 2000 — Two lucky Michigan Lottery players are holding on to Michigan Lottery Keno tickets worth $250,000 each! While there is still plenty of time to collect both prizes, the Lottery is urging Lottery players to check their Keno tickets. The prizes are:

Draw Date






Winning #s

04-09-11-18-19-20-23 25-30-32-37-40-43-46 47-48-49-51-57-63-65-77

04-06-08-10-11-12-14 16-18-19-26-27-35-44 48-50-54-69-70-72-73-79




Retailer & City

Rite #4516

Warren Liquor Shoppe

"I am urging Keno players in Detroit and Warren to take a few minutes this weekend and check their tickets," said Michigan Lottery Commissioner Don Gilmer. "It would be a shame to see these prizes go unclaimed."

Michigan Lottery players have one year from the draw date to claim an on-line prize. The Keno ticket purchased at Rite Aid #4516 in Detroit will expire at the close of business on Thursday, June 29, 2000. The holder of the Keno ticket purchased at Warren Liquor Shoppe in Warren has a little longer to collect his or her prize, as that ticket will expire at the close of business on Thursday, January 18, 2001.

If Michigan Lottery prizes are not claimed within the one-year period, they revert to the state School Aid Fund. For more information about any unclaimed Michigan Lottery prize, players can call (517) 335-5640.


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