Wild Card 2 jackpot ticket worth $327,944 sold in Minot
BISMARCK - Someone who bought a Wild Card 2 ticket at a Minot convenience store won the $327,944 jackpot on Saturday, the North Dakota Lottery said.
BISMARCK – Someone who bought a Wild Card 2 ticket at a Minot convenience store won the $327,944 jackpot on Saturday, the North Dakota Lottery said.
No one had come forward yet to claim the jackpot, according to a news release Monday morning. The winning ticket was sold at the Loaf ‘N Jug store at 409 East Burdick Expressway in Minot.
The ticket matched all five white balls and the Wild Card. The winning numbers were 9, 11, 12, 24, and 26, and the Wild Card was the Ace of Diamonds.
North Dakota’s last Wild Card 2 jackpot was a $673,574 winner on Dec. 18, 2013. That ticket was sold at the Pit Stop in Dickinson to an anonymous winner from Manning.
To date, the North Dakota Lottery has had 18 Wild Card 2 jackpot winners. The jackpot starts at $200,000, and players get two plays for $1.
Winners have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize.