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$4 million lottery prize won at grocery store in Mass.

A $10 scratch lottery ticket sold at a grocery store in Massachusetts scored a lucky player millions of dollars.

The lucky player bought a “$4,000,000 Mayhem” scratch ticket for $10 at Elias Food Market in Revere and won $4 million, the top prize in the lottery game. The player claimed their prize, which amounts to $2.6 million before taxes, on Friday, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery’s website.

The odds of winning $4 million playing “$4,000,000 Mayhem” are one in 5.376 million.

The winner of the $4 million prize was not the only lucky player Friday. A $100,000 prize was also won the same day from the lottery game “Mass Cash.” The winning ticket was purchased at Brothers Super Liquors in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

The odds of winning $100,000 playing “Mass Cash,” a number selection lottery game, are one in 324,632.

The state lottery publishes to its website a list each day of all the winning tickets in Massachusetts worth at least $600. In total, there were 653 prizes worth $600 or more won or claimed in the commonwealth Friday, including eight in Springfield, 13 in Worcester and 52 in Boston.

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