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KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Jamaican winner of a whopping $171million Super Lotto Jackpot early October has still not claimed the mega-prize. :
According to Supreme Ventures the lucky winner hit the jackpot on October 2. The player won the split price amount of J$171,600,000 or the US$ equivalent of $1,920,000, with the winning numbers 15, 17, 24, 30, 31 and Super Ball 03.
“We are urging all Super Lotto players to check their tickets dated October 2,” urged Sonia Davidson, vice president of Group Corporate Communications at Supreme Ventures.
“We know that the winning ticket was purchased in Montego Bay - so anyone who buys Super Lotto in that city should be especially alert,” she added.
“This prize will have a life changing effect on the holder of the winning ticket, and it would really be a shame for the winner to lose out on it,” Davidson continued
Super Lotto winners have 90 days within which to collect their prizes, and nearly a third of that time has already elapsed for this winner.
Super Lotto, is offered simultaneously in multiple countries across the Caribbean.
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