Million-dollar ticket sold in Vernon

Exact match number on Saturday, March 7 Lotto 649 draw purchased in Vernon

A million-dollar lottery ticket was sold in Vernon.

The B.C. Lottery Corporation shows on its website an exact match ticket worth $1 million on the Lotto 649 draw Saturday, March 7, was purchased in Vernon.

The exact match number is 18163897-04.

READ MORE: Enderby resident reels in $75,000 lotto win

One ticket in Ontario matched all six Lotto 649 numbers to pocket a cool $11.4 million. Two tickets from Ontario and one from Quebec had five of six numbers match along with the bonus number for $78,293.50 each.

The winning numbers were 5-8-13-27-34-46. The Bonus Number was 39.

The Extra winning numbers were 25-39-70-96. Nobody matched all four numbers for a $500,000 prize, but 37 people had three of four to pocket $1,000 each.



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