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$1,000 a day for life jackpot ticket sold by Jackson Heights/Elmhurst store

July 19, 2017 Staff Report

An Elmhurst store has sold a winning jackpot ticket, with a prize amount of $1,000 a day for life.

The July 17 Cash4Life jackpot ticket was sold at Pronto Food Mart (40-04 74th Street), according to the New York Lottery. 

The winning numbers were 08-17-27-28-29, with cash ball 02.

Cash4Life is one of four jackpot games in the New York Lottery, with drawings every Monday and Thursday at around 9:00 p.m.

Up to $600 can be collected from New York Lottery retailers. Prize winners can present their tickets to New York Lottery retailers up to one year after the winning numbers are announced.

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The guy who owns pronto is a sick. I won $500 on a number and he wouldn’t cash it. Indian man with glasses. I came out of the bar and played and it hit and he try to say I no play it there. Stupid stupid man


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