June 29, 2011
$22,000 Wild Money Jackpot Hit
$50,000, $12,000 & $10,000 Instant Ticket Winners
The Wild Money jackpot didn’t have much time to climb when it got hit last night, just two draws after it was previously won! Cumberland Farms at 704 Main St., West Warwick, sold the $22,000 winning ticket, which is still unclaimed.
The Wild Money drawings take place three times a week: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights, live on WPRI-TV at 7:29pm. Thursday’s estimated jackpot is $20,000.
Instant Tickets were “red hot” this week with three lucky winners. Steven Furtado of Cranston claimed $50,000 when he won the top prize on “Red Hot Crossword”. He’s planning to surprise his wife of three years when she gets home from work today. The win was perfectly timed as they’re refinancing their house and hoping to start a family.
A Woonsocket woman cashed in a $12,000 “Lucky Gold” winning ticket that she purchased from Colbea Enterprises on Diamond Hill Road in Woonsocket. She plans on using the money to buy a car. A Johnston man won $10,000 on the “Flying Aces” Instant Game. Eddie’s on Plainfield Pike in Johnston sold him the ticket. Without any hesitation, the winner said he’ll give the money to his son and daughter.