Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle Winning Ticket Sold in Kootenai County

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BOISE – One lucky player who purchased their Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle ticket in Kootenai County is starting the year off as Idaho’s newest millionaire.

The Idaho Lottery has confirmed the top prize winning ticket from the Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle draw last night was sold from an Idaho Lottery retailer in Kootenai County. The winning number for the $1,000,000 prize is 119664.

In addition to the top prize, the Idaho Lottery has also confirmed the two $10,000 winning tickets were sold in Ada County and Bannock County. The $10,000 winning ticket numbers are 095407 and 092208.

“There are over 6,900 prize winning tickets in this year’s Raffle. We strongly encourage everyone who played the Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle to check their tickets carefully for winners,” stated Jeff Anderson, Idaho Lottery Director. “All players holding Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle tickets should sign the back and keep them in a safe place until claiming their prize.”

Players have 180 days from last night’s draw to claim prizes in the game. The $1,000,000 prize, the two $10,000 prizes, and the $1,000 prizes must be claimed at Idaho Lottery Headquarters in Boise. No one has come forward yet to claim the $1,000,000 prize or either of the two $10,000 prizes.

To check their tickets for winning numbers, players can visit idaholottery.com, call the winning numbers hotline at 208-334-4656, use the Idaho Lottery’s Check-a-Ticket app, or visit an Idaho Lottery retail location.

This year’s version of the Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle returned over $800,000 to the Idaho Lottery’s beneficiaries, Idaho public schools and the State’s Permanent Building Fund

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