New Jersey lottery winner to receive $15 million prize
New Jersey is set to win the $15 billion lottery prize this Sunday, but a lottery winner is set on a $15,000 a week salary to pay for his trip to California.
The New Jersey Lottery announced the winner of the $13.8 million National Lottery jackpot on Wednesday afternoon.
Jackpot winners receive a bonus of $15.3 million for winning the jackpot.
A spokesperson for the lottery told NJ.com the jackpots will be distributed to winners in three stages: First, the jackpottiest jackpot winner will be selected in a lottery draw on November 8th; second, in a draw on December 2nd; and third, in another lottery draw for December 5th.
The lottery has been plagued by problems and glitches since it began operating in January of this year.
The company reported that nearly 1 million jackpot tickets were sold in a two-day period on Tuesday, which was the third-highest number of jackpot ticket sales in the history of the lottery.
The jackpot is $13,852,931.
That’s $5,979 per ticket, but the total payout is still nearly $15 trillion.
It’s the largest jackpot in history.
The winner of this Sunday’s jackpot, named “Rudy,” will be receiving a payout of $5.5 million.
The winning ticket holder will receive a $5 million check, according to a statement.
The check will be sent to Rudy’s wife, who will also receive a check for $3 million, the spokesperson told NJcom.
The lucky winner will receive his or her prize check, plus a check to cover expenses related to the trip.
According to a press release from the lottery, Rudy will spend his money in a number of ways: on food, entertainment, and transportation.
He will also use the money to purchase luxury cars.
The jackpot payout is expected to total $3.5 billion.
In addition to the jackup, Rudy’s trip will be funded by $1.2 million in cash prizes.
He won’t get a cash check.
A person who attended the lottery yesterday tweeted that he received his prize check for his ticket, according.