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Cash4Life Winning Ticket for $1,000 A Day for Life Prize Sold in Orange County; Win Extends New York Jackpot Streak

SEPTEMBER 13, 2019 — SEPTEMBER 13, 2019 — The New York Lottery today announced one first prize ticket was sold for the September 12 CASH4LIFE drawing. The ticket is worth a guaranteed $1,000 A Day for Life.

Last night’s jackpot winning CASH4LIFE ticket was purchased at the Stewart’s Shop on East Main Street in Walden. The winning numbers were 10, 15, 35, 42, 54 and Cash Ball 3.

New York has enjoyed a string of good fortune since early August when a CASH4LIFE jackpot winning ticket of $1,000 A Day for Life was purchased in Manhattan. The luck extended to Powerball players, as the August 17 winner for the $148 million jackpot was sold in Merrick, Long Island. Shortly after that, on September 4, a Powerball jackpot winner worth $80 million was purchased in Derby. Adding to that was a winner in the Bronx for the $10.7 million Lotto jackpot drawing held on September 11. That means that $252.7 million in jackpot prizes have been won by New York Lottery players over the last month.

The numbers for the CASH4LIFE game are drawn from a field of one to 60. The Cash Ball is drawn from a separate field of one to four. The CASH4LIFE drawing takes place daily at approximately 9 p.m.

A CASH4LIFE prize of any amount may be claimed up to one year from the date of the drawing.

About the New York Lottery

The New York Lottery continues to be North America's largest and most profitable Lottery, contributing $3.47 billion in fiscal year 2018-2019 to help support education in New York State. The Lottery's contribution represents 13 percent of total state education aid to local school districts.

New Yorkers struggling with a gambling addiction, or who know someone who is, can find help by calling the State's toll-free, confidential HOPEline at 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369) or by texting HOPENY (467369) Standard rates may apply.

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