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Austin resident wins $1M scratch-off, Texas Lottery says

The winner decided to remain anonymous.

AUSTIN, Texas — An Austin resident is $1 million richer.

After buying a ticket at RZN Enterprises located at 1700 Anderson Lane, the Austinite discovered they had bought the winning HIT scratch-off, Texas Lottery said in a press release Sept. 30. The winner decided to remain anonymous.

According to Texas Lottery, HIT $1,000,000 offers more than $115.4 million in total prizes. The odds of winning any prize in the game are one in 3.33, Texas Lottery said.


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