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$22,000 2by2 winning ticket sold in Lexington | Rural Radio Network

$22,000 2by2 winning ticket sold in Lexington

$22,000 2by2 winning ticket sold in Lexington

Lincoln, NE – September 6, 2018 – One lucky player who bought a 2by2 ticket for the Wednesday, September 5 drawing is holding a ticket worth $22,000.

The Nebraska Lottery has confirmed that one ticket sold for Wednesday’s 2by2 draw matched all four winning numbers for the $22,000 top prize. The ticket was sold at Casey’s General Store #2068, 609 Plum Creek Pkwy, in Lexington. The winning numbers from Wednesday’s 2by2 draw were Red 11, 15, and White 08, 26. Players are encouraged to check their tickets at any Nebraska Lottery retailer, online at nelottery.com, or by calling the Lottery office at 402-471-6100.

Winning Nebraska Lottery Lotto tickets expire 180 days after the drawing. Prizes of $20,000 or more must be claimed in person at Lottery headquarters in Lincoln. Additional information about claiming prizes can be found at the Nebraska Lottery website, nelottery.com, or by calling 800-587-5200.

2by2 is run by the Multi-State Lottery Association and was introduced in June 2002. Players in Kansas, Nebraska and North Dakota have the opportunity to win up to $22,000 Monday through Sunday by playing 2by2. The odds of winning the $22,000 2by2 top prize are 1 in 105,625. The overall odds of winning any 2by2 prize are 1 in 3.59.

The mission of the Nebraska Lottery is to generate proceeds for good causes while providing quality entertainment options to Nebraskans. Over $693 million has been raised for the Nebraska Lottery’s beneficiary funds since the Lottery began in 1993. All 93 counties in Nebraska have benefited from projects funded with these Nebraska Lottery proceeds.

 

 

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