Wisconsin Lottery: Mount Pleasant man redeems Ultimate Millions scratch ticket, wins $1M

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Wisconsin Lottery

MOUNT PLEASANT — Jeff Jackson of Mount Pleasant became a millionaire when he redeemed an Ultimate Millions scratch ticket worth $1 million, according to Wisconsin Lottery officials.

Ultimate Millions was a $30 instant scratch game available only in Wisconsin, which had three top prizes of $1 million.

Jackson redeemed the last $1 million prize of the game.

The other two top prize winners were Judith Clark of Eau Claire and Karen Perdue of Fort Atkinson.

Jackson bought his ticket at Pick’n Save, located at 2820 South Green Bay Road in Racine. He will take home more than $673,000 after taxes. Pick’n Save earns 2% of the total prize as a retailer incentive, or $20,000.

On Friday, October 16th, the Wisconsin Lottery launched a new $30 instant scratch ticket, Classic Millions, which also offers three top prizes of $1 million each.