First place is nice in a lot of things; the Olympic 100-meter dash, the Masters Golf Tournament, and the State Fair Pie Eating Contest, just to name a few. David Kerns of Keizer discovered that saving the best for last can be pretty good also.
David played five consecutive games on his eight-spot Keno ticket at The Elks in Keizer. He used the Quick Pick method to select his set of numbers. In the fifth game and final game on his $5 ticket, David matched all eight numbers for a $15,000 prize. He also won an eight-spot Keno Rolling Jackpot Bonus of $32,062.80, for a total prize of $47,062.80.
Did you know that 28 Oregon Lottery® Keno players had won prizes of more than $25,000 during the first six months of 2012? And, did you know that two of those prizes were more than $100,000?
When you play Mega Millions®, you can buy a ticket for a single drawing, a couple of drawings, or for multiple advanced drawings. You could go with the Mega Millions “special,” and play 26 advanced drawings, for $25.