Florida Man Stepped into Sandwich Store with $20 and Walked Out with $5M After Lottery Win

Travis Hall, 44, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, went into a convenience shop to get a sandwich, but he unexpectedly struck it lucky when he won a big $5 million jackpot from a scratch-off game. He chose to accept his inheritance in the form of a one-time lump sum payment of $3,994,698.00.

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Hall described his life-changing incident, saying he stopped at a Publix to buy a sandwich and impulsively chose to attempt a $20 scratch-off ticket. To his surprise, that decision resulted in a life-changing $5 million win.

He went on to say that he had to wait days to scratch the ticket, and when he did, the shock was so great that he handed the ticket to his wife, his hands trembling in awe at the incredible win.

While Travis revels in his good fortune, the merchant who sold him the winning scratch-off ticket will walk away with a $10,000 additional commission. According to the Mirror, this comes on the heels of a Maryland lottery aficionado who made a fortune by capitalizing on a cashier’s error.

The man had formed a bond with the employees at the gas station where he buys lottery tickets. On one fateful Monday, though, he noticed an inaccuracy after being served by a new cashier. He was furious since the cashier could only offer him a heartfelt apologies because the ticket couldn’t be canceled or replaced. This oversight resulted in an unanticipated turn of events for the player.

Because the new employee was unable to correct the issue, the man was given a multi-match ticket, which he kept on himself for several days. However, on his way to work one morning, he decided to check his ticket using the Lottery mobile app and was astounded to discover that it was worth an amazing $580,000.

However, when he established the veracity, he had to double-scan it with a retailer due to his skepticism. He claimed to have photographed the message to establish its authenticity. He now plans to utilize the funds to pay off his debts and establish a care fund for the elderly.

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