How to win the lottery in New Jersey
The New Jersey lottery has announced that it has awarded its first prize of $5 million.
The winning lottery ticket has been priced at $9.7 million and will be distributed to winners in the lottery, which runs from July 1 through Dec. 31.
New Jersey has the second highest lottery ticket price per ticket in the country at $3,700.
The lottery’s second highest jackpot was a $6.3 million jackpot from the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs, and its third highest jackpottest was a jackpot of $2.7 billion from the 2009 Stanley Cup finals.
The highest jackpots in New York City, Los Angeles, New Jersey and Boston are all $100 million or more.
The first-ever winner in the New Jersey Lottery will receive $5.25 million and the winner of the Boston Lotteries $4.5 million will receive a $1.2 million cash prize.
The first-place winner in New Orleans will receive the same amount as the winner in Boston.
The winner of New Jersey’s first-in-the-nation lottery will receive all of their prize money, plus $5,000.
They will also receive an exclusive exclusive, commemorative ticket to the 2017 NBA All-Star Game, a pair of tickets to the Super Bowl, a free jersey from the NBA All Star Game and other exclusivity benefits.
The lottery will run from July 31 through December 31.
The winner of that lottery ticket will receive an additional $1 million.
New Jersey will also award its first-time lottery winner with a $2 million jacklot.
The winners of the remaining tickets will receive between $4 and $5 in prize money.
The winners of New York and Boston will also be able to attend the 2017 All-Stars game on Jan. 8, and will receive tickets to see the game.