Dec. 6 (Bulletinstandard) — An Oregon man who arrived at a lottery workplace too early to say his $1,750 prize ended up profitable a further $118,000.

Sam Hawley, of Portland, instructed Oregon Lottery officers he arrived on the group’s Wilsonville Fee Heart about 7:30 a.m. to say a $1,759 Particular Keno 8-Spot prize, however shortly found the workplace did not open till 8:30 a.m.

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Hawley traveled to the close by Wilsonville Fred Meyer retailer and purchased one other Keno 8-Spot ticket utilizing the identical numbers.

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“I’ve used the identical numbers for years,” Hawley mentioned.

He mentioned he was within the technique of claiming his $1,750 prize when he found his new ticket had gained him an $118,000 jackpot. He gained the $93,759.60 rolling jackpot in addition to a $25,000 bonus for matching all eight numbers.

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