Another Jamaican hits Super Lotto jackpot

Monday, May 14, 2018

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Supreme Ventures (SVL) has announced that a Jamaican has won the Super Lotto Jackpot from draw #893 on Friday, May 11.

While the advertised jackpot was $301.5 million on a full- priced $300 ticket, the winner purchased a $200 ticket and won the split price amount of $180.9 million or equivalent of US$1.452 million.

The winning numbers were 06, 11, 19, 26, 31 with Super Ball 10, and the winning ticket was purchased at Medifair Pharmacy, 24 Market Street, Montego Bay.

SVL is asking the winner of the jackpot to present his or her winning ticket to SVL's corporate office, 28 to 48 Barbados Avenue in Kingston within the next 90 days. The ticket must be signed and must be presented with proper national identification. If unclaimed in the 90-day claiming window, the jackpot funds automatically go to the Government.

“Somebody bought their golden ticket and had their chance of being a super millionaire realised tonight. We urge everyone to check their tickets, and urge the winner of this jackpot to take very special care of that ticket until it comes into our office because, in the interim, it's as if they are holding $180.9 million in their possession,” said SVL Assistant Vice-President, Group Corporate Communication, Simone Clarke-Cooper.

Jamaica last had a Super Lotto winner in June of last year.

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