Roebling, NJ Deli sold winning half a million dollar lottery ticket
A winning lottery ticket worth over half a million dollars was sold at a grocery store in Roebling, NJ, according to Daily voice.
My cousin called to tell me the news. . . she lives 5 minutes from this grocery store and orders food from there frequently, but was NOT the winner. Thin. Ahhh, dreaming.
Two Jersey Cash 5 tickets will split over a million dollars on Sunday night jackpot. One of these tickets was sold at Bob’s Corner Deli, located at 488 Delaware Avenue in Roebling.
Lottery officials said the two winning tickets matched the five numbers. Each winning ticket is worth $ 520,271. Wow. I would take that. MDR.
In case you were wondering, the winning numbers were 12,24,26,34,44 and the Xtra number was 3.
It’s exciting to think that a local could keep that winning ticket. I hope it wasn’t just someone passing through town. I would love to hear a local wellness story.
Bob’s Corner Deli even receives a small gift for selling the winning ticket…. a check for $ 2,000. Pleasant.
The other winning ticket was sold in Middlesex County to Vida Inc., 64 Jackson Street, South River.
My dad loves to play the NJ lottery. Jersey Cash 5 is one of his favorite games, but unfortunately it hasn’t been the winner either. When I told him there was a winning ticket nearby, he was disappointed. He keeps telling me he’ll buy me a house on the beach when he wins big. I’m still waiting. He won $ 500 on a scratch ticket last week. I was so excited, but I think he would have preferred to win the $ 500,000. MDR.
Maybe one day.
LOOK: See how much gasoline cost the year you started driving
Read on to explore the cost of gasoline over time and rediscover how bad a gallon was when you first started driving.