2 lucky Minnesota raffle winners are sitting on $1,000,000 tickets

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Two $1 million tickets in the Minnesota Millionaire Raffle were sold at convenience stores in the Twin Cities metro area.

The Minnesota Lottery says the $1 million tickets were sold at a SuperAmerica in Northeast Minneapolis and at River Country Cooperative in Hastings.

  • SuperAmerica winning number: 119933
  • River County Cooperative winning number: 133082

There were 4,164 winning raffle tickets sold in the tenth annual Minnesota Millionaire Raffle, including five worth $100,000. Those big winners were sold at gas stations in Eagan, Plymouth, Champlin, Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park.

Among the other winning tickets:

  • Five worth $25,000
  • Ten worth $10,000
  • One-hundred worth $500
  • Four-thousand worth $100
  • Ten people won a $9,000 luxury vacation
  • Ten people won a $5,000 travel package
  • Three people won a $5,000 sporting goods package
  • Two people won $4,000 in free gas
  • Three people won $4,000 in free groceries
  • Six people won a $4,000 shopping spree
  • Four people won a $4,000 electronics gift card
  • Three bonus winners won a brand new Ford XLT Supercab, Ford Fusion Hybrid SE or a Ford Escape SE

All winning raffle ticket numbers can be checked on the Minnesota Lottery website.

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