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Lottery players on winning streak in Anderson

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ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Three lottery tickets worth $250,000 were sold in Anderson over a five-day period, South Carolina Education Lottery officials said Tuesday.

Since Friday, three convenience stores in Anderson have sold top-prize winning scratch-off tickets worth $250,000 each. 

The tickets were sold at the One Stop Food Mart on Jackson Street, the Stop-A-Minit on the Highway 28 Bypass, and the QuikTrip on Liberty Hwy.

The winners bought tickets for the Royal Cash, Cash Reserve, and Franklin’s Fortune game cards.

For selling the claimed tickets, each Anderson store received a commission of $2,500.

There are still $250,000 prizes remaining in these $10 games, officials said.

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