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Two unclaimed Washington’s Lottery tickets purchased in Federal Way

Tickets with prizes worth $120K and $420K expire this month.

Are you feeling lucky? Two Washington’s Lottery “Hit 5” winning tickets that were purchased in Federal Way remain unclaimed and expire soon.

Washington’s Lottery had 43 unclaimed prizes each valued at $10,000 or more, and totaling more than $6.8 million as of Dec. 29, 2020, according to the organization. From the ticket’s draw date, winners have 180 days to claim their prize money.

The first Hit 5 ticket, with a winning prize of $420,000, was purchased on July 18, 2020, at Winco Foods in Federal Way (160 SW Campus Dr.) and expires Thursday, Jan. 14.

The ticket’s winning numbers are: 14, 16, 22, 24, 36

Another unclaimed prize of $120,000 Hit 5 ticket was purchased on July 22, 2020, at Safeway in Federal Way (1207 S. 320th St.) and expires Monday, Jan. 18.

This ticket’s winning numbers are: 11, 26, 32, 33, 38

To claim the above ticket(s), winners with tickets for $100,000 or more are instructed to call Lottery Headquarters at (360)-810-2888 to schedule an appointment to make a safe and secure in-person claim at the Olympia HQ office.




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