Here's an awesome way to start another work week. Looks like two people in New Jersey are about to make a huge deposit in their bank accounts thanks to a winning $914K Jersey Cash 5 ticket.

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The winning numbers for the Sunday, May 16th Jersey Cash 5 drawing were: 07, 12, 27, 36, and 41, and the XTRA number was 04.

Two lucky tickets matched all five numbers drawn and two very lucky winners will split the $914,606 winning ticket. Each ticket is worth $457,303 according to the New Jersey Lottery website

One of the tickets was sold at Quick Stop Food Store located at 99 JFK Way in Willingboro in Burlington County and the second ticket was sold at a Quick Check in South Brunswick in Middlesex County.

Recently a big winning Mega Millions ticket worth $10,000 was sold at the Shop Rite on English Creek Avenue in Egg Harbor Township. The winning numbers for Friday, May 7th jackpot was: 5, 10,19, 21, and 50, The Gold Mega Ball was 10 and the Megaplier was 04.

Wawa has been a lucky source for recent lottery winners.  Looks like two people in South Jersey are about to become richer thanks to two lucky Mega Millions tickets each worth $10,000 dollars. The first winning Mega Millions ticket according to the website was sold at the Wawa on the N. White Horse Pike in Somerdale in Camden County.

Another winning Mega Millions ticket also worth $10,000 dollars was sold at the One Stop Shoppe convenience store located on Parkville Station Road in Mantua in Gloucester County.
source: NJlottery.com

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