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Hot Lotto Ticket Sold In SD Worth $30,000

November 15, 2012, 11:55 AM

Hot Lotto Ticket Sold In SD Worth $30,000
WHITEWOOD, SD -

A Hot Lotto ticket sold in Whitewood is worth $30,000 in Wednesday's drawing.

South Dakota lottery officials say the ticket matched all five white ball numbers but missed the Hot Ball to win the game's $10,000 second prize. The amount was tripled because the ticket buyer purchased a multiplier option.

Hot Lotto is played in 14 states and the District of Columbia. The odds of winning the second prize are one in about 608,000. The jackpot for the Saturday drawing sits at just under $5.4 million.

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