Winning Massachusetts State Lottery ticket worth $100k sold in Salem

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Mass. State Lottery winner: $100K ‘Mass Cash’ ticket sold at Kwik Shop

A winning Massachusetts State Lottery's 'Mass Cash' ticket was sold from a Kwik Shop Market on Monday, Jan. 30, during the daily drawing.

The winning $100,000 ticket was sold in Salem from the Kwik Shop. The ticket distributor will get a bonus of $1,000 for selling the winning scratch-Off ticket. 

As with most U.S. lotteries, the Bay State's lottery games require players to be at least 18 years old.

Drawings are broadcast on WBZ-TV (channel 4) the CBS-station in the Boston television market.

“Mass Cash” drawings occur daily at 9 p.m., and tickets to play are $1. A player must choose five numbers between 1 and 35, and there are three available prizes. If all five numbers match the numbers drawn, the “Mass Cash” player wins $100,000. If they match four numbers, the prize is $250, and if they match three, the prize is $10.