Eagan Resident Wins 2014 Ford Mustang

$100,000 and Ford Explorer, Sold in Dakota County, Still Unclaimed

Bob Hirschey

APRIL 11, 2014 — Minnesota Millionaire Raffle players in Dakota County, and specifically in Eagan, were very lucky this year. Robert Hirschey won the 2014 Ford Mustang, which he claimed this week. Malinda Wiehle won the 2014 Ford Edge, which she claimed in January. 

Hirschey purchased his winning ticket at SuperAmerica, 4200 E. Highway 13 in Burnsville, while Wiehle bought her ticket at SuperAmerica, 5201 Post Road in Minneapolis.

Two other top Raffle prizes remain unclaimed. The winners of a $100,000 prize and the 2014 Ford Explorer also purchased their tickets in Dakota County. These winners have not yet come forward to claim their prizes—they have until Jan. 2, 2015 before the tickets expire.

Minnesota Millionaire Raffle is a lotto game that offers Minnesota players the best chance to win $1 million. Raffle prizes include two $1 million prizes, five $100,000 prizes, five $25,000 prizes and one hundred $500 prizes. Players also have the chance to win one of 38 bonus prizes in a special bonus drawing.

Ticket sales for this year’s Raffle began Oct. 29, 2013. All 600,000 tickets sold out on Dec. 16, 2013. The 150 winning numbers were announced on Jan. 1, 2014. Players have until Jan. 2, 2015 to claim all Raffle prizes from the Jan. 1, 2014 Raffle. For more information about Raffle, including winners, unclaimed prizes and winning numbers, visit our Raffle page.


All or Nothing game debuts in Minnesota and Iowa

Players In New Lotto Game Will Win Top Prize For Matching All—Or Nothing

JANUARY 28, 2014—The Minnesota and Iowa lotteries are using a player complaint about lotto drawings as the basis for a new game.

The All Or Nothing game debuts Tuesday, Jan. 28, allowing players to win its $100,000 top prize for matching all of the winning numbers in one of its drawings or none of them.

The lotteries announced the new game during an event Friday at a supermarket in Rochester, one of the locations where tickets will be sold. All Or Nothing is a joint game being offered in both states, with two drawings per day, seven days a week. Players in All Or Nothing will choose 12 numbers from a pool of 24. Twelve winning numbers will be selected in each midday and evening drawing. Tickets will cost $1 per play.     

The game has an hourglass prize structure offering 10 ways to win, with the $100,000 top prize at the two extremes—for matching all or nothing—and smaller prizes working in from there. Players can win the game’s second prize of $1,000 for matching 11 of the winning numbers or just one of them. The $20 prize level is for those who match 10 numbers or two; the $5 level is for those who match nine numbers or three; and players will win $1 for matching eight of the numbers or four. Those who wind up in the middle by matching five, six or seven numbers will not win a prize. The overall odds of winning are 1 in 4.54.

“This is a fun concept that definitely tweaks the traditional lottery drawing,” Minnesota State Lottery Executive Director Ed Van Petten said. Iowa Lottery CEO Terry Rich added, “If you never match anything in lottery drawings, have we got a game for you!”

Drawings will be held at 12:45 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. daily. Players will be able to buy tickets for those drawings until 12:10 p.m. or 8:10 p.m. If they purchase a ticket after the cutoff time, it will be for the next drawing.

Visit www.mnlottery.com for more information about the Minnesota State Lottery. Players can also get the winning numbers 24 hours a day by calling (651) 634-1111.

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Editor’s Note: The winning numbers for the midday and evening All Or Nothing drawings will be sent daily at approximately 9:30 p.m.  


$1 Million Winning Raffle Tickets Sold in Beltrami and Stearns Counties

JANUARY 1, 2014 — Two Minnesota Millionaire Raffle tickets are each worth $1 million! The winning tickets were sold in Beltrami County and Stearns County. These tickets are just two of 150 winning Raffle tickets from this year’s drawing:

  • Two tickets worth $1 million each were sold in Beltrami and Stearns counties. The winning ticket numbers, in numerical order, are 077692 and 566227.
  • Five tickets, each winning $100,000, were sold in Dakota, Hennepin, Morrison, and Wright (2) counties. These winning ticket numbers, in numerical order, are 013304, 074767, 214407, 439720 and 484983.
  • Five tickets are each worth $25,000. The winning ticket numbers are 011190, 252950, 297576, 326377 and 545835.
  • One hundred tickets won $500 each.
  • Thirty-eight tickets won a bonus merchandise prize, including a 2014 Ford Explorer (ticket number 247325, sold in Dakota County), 2014 Ford Edge (ticket number 150438, sold in Hennepin County) and a 2014 Ford Mustang (ticket number 152001, sold in Dakota County).

A complete list of the winning Raffle numbers drawn on Jan. 1, 2014 can be found here. Players can visit their local lottery retailer for a list of the winning numbers or sign the back of their ticket and check it themselves at most lottery retailers.

Winners of the $1 million prizes, $100,000 prizes and 2014 Ford Explorer, Edge and Mustang bonus prizes must claim the prize in person at the Lottery’s headquarters in Roseville. They should call the Lottery’s Public Relations office at (651) 635-8271 to make arrangements to claim their prize.

The $25,000 prizes, $500 prizes and all bonus prizes (except the 2014 Ford Explorer, Edge and Mustang) can be claimed at any Lottery office or by mail. Lottery retailers can pay the $500 prizes if they have the cash available.

Players have until Jan. 2, 2015 to claim all Raffle prizes from the drawing on Jan. 1, 2014.

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Ham Lake Man Claims $149.4 million Powerball® Jackpot

Paul White

THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 2013 — Paul White said he’s imagined winning the Powerball jackpot “so many times in my head.” His dream became reality when the second set of numbers on his five-line quick-pick ticket matched the numbers drawn last night to win a share of the $448.4 million jackpot. Two tickets sold in New Jersey also won the jackpot.

White, a project engineer at Elliott Contracting in Minneapolis, said that he learned he won the jackpot this morning after his significant other called him at work and told him there was a jackpot winner in Minnesota. White knew he had two tickets with the Powerball of 32. He checked the ticket and discovered the remaining numbers on one of those lines matched the numbers 5-25-30-58-59 and he was the winner of the $149.4 million jackpot. He selected the $86 million cash option and said some of his winnings will help his family.       

Holiday, 1442 N.E. Crosstown Blvd. in Ham Lake, sold the winning ticket. The store will receive a $50,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

This is Minnesota’s 22nd Powerball jackpot winner since Powerball began in 1992. Minnesota has also had six jackpot winners of Lotto*America®, Powerball’s predecessor.

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