Second $1 Million Lottery Ticket Sold At Bucks Convenience Store

The County Farms on E Bristol Road in Lower Southampton. Photo by Rick Rickman.

A Bucks County convenience store has sold another winning lottery ticket worth one million dollars. Incredibly, it’s the second time in less than a month.

County Farms sold the winning Match 6 Lotto ticket for Monday’s drawing. With all matching numbers (11-24-26-28-42-48), the ticket is worth $1.05 million.

The chances of matching all six numbers is one in 4,661,272, according to the PA Lottery.

The convenience store will get a $10,000 bonus for selling the ticket. But this is on top of another $5,000 bonus County Farms got last month.

The same County Farms location at 940 East Bristol Road in Lower Southampton sold a $1 million Merry and Bright scratch-off in mid-November. This was a slightly more likely victory than the Match 6; the odds of winning $1 million from Merry and Bright is 1 in 1,320,000.

A spokesperson for the PA Lottery told WBCB despite the wins, “it doesn’t mean any one place is luckier than another place. It’s just a random occurrence.”