2 Central Florida women win $1M prizes in Florida Lottery scratch-off games

Both winners chose to receive their winnings as a 1-time, lump-sum payment of $695,500

2 women claim a $1 million prize from the 300X The Cash Scratch-Off game. (michelle.mcfatter, Florida Lottery)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Two Central Florida women each won a $1 million prize in a Florida Lottery scratch-off game, according to a news release.

Lottery officials said 67-year-old Deborah Anson of Apopka and 56-year-old Sheryl Sprouse from Belleview claimed $1 million prizes from the 300X The Cash scratch-off games.

Both winners chose to receive their winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $695,500.

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According to the release, Anson purchased her winning ticket from Circle K located at 900 South 14th St. in Leesburg, and Sprouse purchased her ticket from Quick King Food Store located at 14725 Southeast US Highway 441 in Summerfield.

The retailers will each receive a $2,000 bonus commission for selling the winning tickets.

The $30 scratch-off game launched in September and features more than $1 billion in cash prizes, including four top prizes of $15 million, lottery officials said.

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