CLEVELAND, OH – Carrie Smith of Cleveland won $50,000 playing the Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off, 40th Anniversary Millions.
After mandatory state and federal taxes totaling 28 percent, Smith will receive $36,000.
She purchased her winning ticket at Sheetz #357, located at 1281 W High Ave in New Philadelphia.
40th Anniversary Millions is a $30 scratch-off with a top prize of $400,000 a year for 25 years. As of September 27, 2021, there is one top prize remaining in the game. To learn more about 40th Anniversary Millions and the entire lineup of Ohio Lottery Scratch-Offs, click here.
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