If you haven't hit on one of South Carolina's big lottery prizes, maybe you've been shopping in the wrong place.
The S.C. Education Lottery on Tuesday reported the 100th winning ticket worth $1 million or more had been sold. Lottery officials supplied the state with the locations of where more than 90 of those tickets were sold, and we've mapped them below. Executive Director Paula Harper Bethea called the milestone “wonderful not only for the lucky winners, but for the Lottery, its retailers and the State of South Carolina.”
Here are some quick facts on the 100 winning tickets: * Seven of the winners were Powerball jackpots. Thirty-seven other winners played Powerball.
* The winnings totaled more than $1 billion. * Retailers earned nearly $1 million in commissions. * The state withheld $70 million in taxes.
* The first million-dollar ticket was an $88 million jackpot in Fort Mill in 2003. * The 100th ticket was sold this month in Lexington.
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