State Lottery: $100,000 lottery ticket to expire in March

According to the Massachusetts State Lottery, a $100,000 lottery ticket that was won on St. Patrick's Day in 2022 is about to expire.

The unclaimed $100,000 winning ticket was purchased at the Dedham Star Market at 795 Providence Highway on March 17, 2022, during the "Mass Cash" drawing.

3, 10, 11, 18, and 22 were the winning numbers in the St. Patrick's Day drawing.

Winners of the $100,000 "Mass Cash" prize have until March 17, 2023, to redeem their award, which is one year after the drawing date.

The lottery said that when a reward has expired, it becomes a portion of the "net profit" that is then given as local aid to the 351 cities and villages in the Bay State.

All lottery claim centres, which are situated in Braintree, its headquarters in Dorchester, Lawrence, New Bedford, West Springfield, and Worcester, accept lottery winnings up to $100,000.

Daily drawings for "Mass Cash" take place at 9 o'clock, and entry is $1. There are three prizes available, and the player must select five numbers between 1 and 35.

The "Mass Cash" player gets $100,000 if all five numbers match the ones that were drawn. The prize is $250 if they match four numbers; if they match three, the payout is $10.

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