ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – Michael Miller of Salisbury explained successful a $332,830 Rapidly Play prize will support him pay for a new property.
“It arrived at a excellent time,” reported Miller, who will work on bridges for the N.C. Office of Transportation. “We’re getting a new home. I have acquired to make confident my mother and father are very good and then I’m going to spend the relaxation.”
Miller’s fantastic luck happened Friday morning when he stopped at Charlie’s Mart on Faith Street in Salisbury and tried using the $20 Jackpot 7s recreation, a new Fast Engage in recreation.
He right away grew to become the initial winner of the game’s new top prize. Not only did Miller win the Quickly Play jackpot of $132,830 at the time he acquired his ticket, but he also gained an further $200,000.
Miller drove to lottery headquarters in Raleigh on Friday afternoon to acquire his winnings. After necessary federal and state tax withholdings, he took house $235,483.
“The initial time I tried out it, and I won,” Miller explained. “I won the jackpot, and I considered I had received $200,000 additional. And confident enough, I did. It was shocking.”
Rapid Play’s rolling, progressive jackpot improves with each ticket offered until finally it is won. The odds of successful a Rapid Engage in jackpot are 1 in 240,000.