Million Dollar Mega Play winners continue collecting big prizes!

LANSING, May 5, 2009 – Two more lucky winners have claimed top Million Dollar Mega Play prizes worth $1,000,000! Since the popular game went on sale, the Michigan Lottery has paid over $9,000,000 to thousands of lucky winners.

Two top $1 million prizes have claimed by anonymous winners. The lucky tickets were purchased at Meijer #34, 5150 Coolidge Hwy., in Royal Oak, and Castle Wine Shoppe, 30970 Beck Rd., in Novi.

Since Million Dollar Mega Play went on sale Monday, March 16, four of the top prizes have been claimed. Eight top prizes of $1 million remain.

Additional winners who have claimed second-tier $10,000 prizes include Travis Bell of Kalamazoo; Marian LaClair of Elsie; Mark Stout of Belding; Lidija Djordjeski of Washington Township; Edward Mandich of Westland; Gary Wolters of Dorr; Susan Pell of Grand Rapids; Francis Kruske of Saginaw; Karen Scott of Bad Axe; Seymour Burg of Southfield; Robert Roberts of Royal Oak; Danny Rea of Westland; Sharon Palonka of Columbus; Edward Bostic of Ann Arbor; and Frank Justice of Detroit.

The lucky tickets were purchased at the Gull Party Store, 1930 Gull Rd., in Kalamazoo; Speedway #8855, 901 S. US Highway 27, in St. Johns; Meijer #303, 2770 S. State Rd., in Ionia; Jewell Mini Mart, 11531 Twenty Six Mile Rd., in Washington; Belmont Services, 22110 Ford Rd., in Dearborn Heights; Dorr Community Pharmacy, 1730 142nd Ave., in Dorr; Admiral Petroleum #25, 2366 Alpine Ave. NW, in Walker; Meijer #42, 8400 Gratiot Rd., in Saginaw; Mr. Chips Food Store, 1059 E. Huron Ave., in Bad Axe; Town & Country Liquor, 16261 W. 12 Mile Rd., in Southfield; Speedway #8841, 4727 Crooks Rd., in Royal Oak; WS Konja, 7730 N. Wayne Rd., in Westland; Sunrise Store #32, 69050 N. Main St., in Richmond; Main Party Store, 201 N. Main St., in Ann Arbor; and Pick N Party, 23611 W. 7 Mile Rd., in Detroit.

Along with the 12 $1 million prizes, the Million Dollar Mega Play ticket, which sells for $10, includes millions of dollars in other prize amounts, including over 200 prizes of $10,000 and nearly 15,000 prizes of $100. In total, there are over 950,000 winning tickets available, totaling over $32 million in cash prizes.

Over 95 cents of every dollar spent on Lottery tickets is returned to the state in the form of contributions to the state School Aid Fund, prizes to players and commissions to retailers. In fiscal year 2008, the contribution to schools was $740.7 million. Since its inception in 1972, the Lottery has contributed more than $15 billion to education in Michigan.

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