Miami, St. Pete men claim million dollar lottery ticket

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MIAMI, FL  – The Florida Lottery announces that Luis Calvo, 51, of Miami, and Lee Fisher, 57, of Saint Petersburg, each claimed a $1 million prize from the BILLION DOLLAR GOLD RUSH SUPREME Scratch-Off game using a secured drop box located at the Miami District Office. Calvo and Fisher each chose to receive their winnings as a one-time, lump sum payment of $880,000.00.

Calvo purchased his winning ticket from Sunflex, located at 6120 Northwest 27th Avenue in Miami. Fisher purchased his winning ticket from Publix, located at 3700 4th Street North in Saint Petersburg. Each retailer will receive a $2,000 bonus commission for selling the winning Scratch-Off ticket.

The BILLION DOLLAR GOLD RUSH SUPREME game launched in February and features four top prizes of $15 million – the largest Scratch-Off top prize offered by the Florida Lottery. The game also offers 24 prizes of $1 million. The game’s overall odds of winning are one-in-2.59.

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