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$5M Lotto 6/49 ticket sold in Kitchener

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If you purchased a Lotto 6/49 Classic Draw ticket for Feb. 1 in Kitchener, you could be $5 million richer.

Lotto 6/49 confirmed in a press release Thursday that the winning ticket for Wednesday draw was sold somewhere in Kitchener.

According to the release, there were several other prizes won across the province in the draw, including a $1 million LOTTO 6/49 ticket sold on OLG.ca. Two Encore tickets, each worth $100K were sold in Nepean and Vaughan.

The next Lotto 6/49 draw is on Feb. 4 with the Gold Ball Draw offering a $24 million jackpot and the Classic Draw offering a fixed $5 million jackpot for every draw.

At the Ultamar at Weber and Union Streets in Waterloo, several people could be seen rushing in to check their lottery tickets on Thursday afternoon.

Some people CTV News spoke to imagined what they would do with the jackpot if they won.

“Travel Europe. Hit all the continents if I can. Go everywhere,” said an Elmira resident.

“I would pay for my two children's university because they're in school right now and go on a nice vacation," said a Waterloo resident. 

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