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Cuban earns half a million dollars by scratching 'Pay Me'

Cuban earns half a million dollars by scratching ‘Pay Me’

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Cuban invest only five dollars

The Mega Millions Lottery awards $515 million to this number

This time the Cuban fell out of luck. (Illustrative photo: Cuban newspaper)

This time the Cuban fell out of luck. Her name is Mariam Garcia and she won $500,000 for her new “Pay Me” scratch.

According to the site 10 local newsGarcia invested only five dollars and came home with half a million dollars. !! Congratulations!!

Mary bought Lucky Scratch-off at Navarro Sale Pharmacy (9686 Southwest 24th Street). She might not have imagined that that day would be the day she had chosen for her to win this award.

“Pay me,” according to officials at Florida Lottery, offering over $58 million in cash prizes. It was released in February 2021 and already has several winners.

On February 26, 2021, 68-year-old Maurice McCarty received $1 million in Scratch-Off LUCK. At that time, the first prize was $5 million.

McCarty bought a $20 ticket, reportedly hoping for a higher amount. However, he did not leave empty-handed. He received a payment of $760,000, a reduction related to tax payments and money withdrawals.

Luck also smiled at another Cuban with a scratch. David MontalvoBorn in Havana and residing in Miami, he won $1 million in 2019 after buying $5 in the Florida lottery

“David Montalvo, Miami, Turn $5 into $1 Million in GOLD RUSH CLASSIC Scratch-Off!” Read the tweet where the news broke.

This Cuban bought the ticket at a store belonging to the Publix supermarket chain, near Kendall. This store earned a $2,000 reward for selling the winning filler scratcher.

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Scratched luck was close to the Latins several times. Dora Maceda is another example. She bought a Gold Rush Classic Edition ticket for just five dollars. He took home a large sum of $750,000. Maceda bought it at a Walmart branch in Coral Way, Miami, reported New York Magazine.

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