Husband Picks $100K Winning Numbers For Mauldin Woman - WSPA.com

Husband Picks $100K Winning Numbers For Mauldin Woman

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The S.C. Education Lottery says the woman played those numbers at the Pavan Food Store on East Butler Rd. The S.C. Education Lottery says the woman played those numbers at the Pavan Food Store on East Butler Rd.
MAULDIN, S.C. - A Mauldin woman won $100,000 in a lottery game using numbers picked by her husband.

The winner's husband went online to search previous winning numbers from the Palmetto Cash 5 game.He settled on 6, 20, 21, 35 and 38.

The S.C. Education Lottery says the woman played those numbers at the Pavan Food Store on East Butler Road. Those five numbers hit last Friday to give her the cash prize.

The odds of winning $100,000 playing Palmetto Cash 5 are 1 in 501,942.

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