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$1 million-prize-winning Cash4Life lottery ticket sold in Sunnyside

A second-prize winning New York Lottery Cash4Life ticket was recently sold at a store in Sunnyside. Photo by REUTERS/Mike Sugar

June 24, 2024 By Ethan Marshall

The New York Lottery announced that a second-prize-winning ticket in the Cash4Life lottery was sold at a Sunnyside business Sunday for that evening’s drawing.

Alam and Brothers Inc., located at 42-01 Queens Blvd., sold the ticket, which is worth a guaranteed minimum of $1 million.

The lottery winner who bought the ticket will receive “$1,000 a week for life,” according to the New York Lottery.

Winning numbers for Cash4Life are drawn from a field of 1-60, with the “Cash Ball” drawn from a separate field of 1-4. Drawings occur every day at 9 p.m. Lottery draw game prizes of any amount can be claimed up to one year after the drawing date.

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