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Muckleshoot Casino Resort sells winning $1.3 million Lotto jackpot ticket; prize unclaimed

The Auburn retailer is celebrating with a $13k jackpot selling bonus from Washington’s Lottery

Olympia, Wash. (June 28, 2024) – After nearly 30 years in business, Muckleshoot Casino Resort in Auburn still has a lot to celebrate. On June 22, the retailer, which is located at 2402 Auburn Way S, sold the winning ticket for the recent $1.3 million Lotto jackpot. While the drawing was only a few days ago and the prize remains unclaimed, this momentous sale earned the casino a $13,000 retailer selling bonus from Washington’s Lottery.

This is the third time this month that Muckleshoot Casino Resort has paid out a large Lotto prize – the previous two were second-tier prizes of $1,000 that were paid out on June 3 and June 7.

“When we learned that we had sold the winning ticket and were receiving a bonus, we were absolutely thrilled. We’re already planning on how we’re going to celebrate as a team,” said Robert Dearstine, Executive Director of Marketing at Muckleshoot Casino Resort. “We’re even more excited for the lucky player who will be taking home this sizeable win. It’s such a special moment that can change someone’s life for the better.”

Washington’s Lottery is encouraging players to check their tickets, as the $1.3 million Lotto jackpot prize remains unclaimed. Players hoping to claim their prize must come in to one of the regional offices of Washington’s Lottery before 5 p.m. on December 19, 2024, when the prize is set to expire. The winning numbers for the June 22, 2024, drawing were 11-18-26-33-38-46.

Lotto is a Washington state lottery game. The cost per ticket is $1 for two plays. Players pick two sets of six numbers between one and 49. Alternatively, players may use Quick Pick by letting the computer select their numbers. With four winning ball combinations, the more numbers that match those drawn, the more a player will win. Tickets for Lotto are available for purchase at Washington’s Lottery retail locations throughout the state. Players can find Washington’s Lottery retail locations here.

Who Benefits
Since 1982, Washington’s Lottery has generated more than $5.3 billion to support several important state programs, including providing much-needed funds for the Washington Opportunity Pathways Account (WOPA). In FY23, WOPA received $199.9 million from the Lottery. Of this, $139.1 million helped fund the Washington College Grant, a financial aid program that supported more than 29,000 college students and apprentices across the state last year. Another $2.5 million helped fund the College Bound program to help eligible students attain a college or training degree or credential.

Washington’s Lottery Beneficiary Fact
Washington’s Lottery is proud to be a financial supporter of the Washington Student Achievement Council, which administers state financial aid programs. WSAC leads a variety of initiatives to increase educational opportunities for students, families, and educators across the state, with a particular focus on increasing equity by reaching communities of color and students from low-income families. The $141.6 million investment made in FY23 by the Lottery helps fund the Washington College Grant and College Bound programs, in order to improve access to postsecondary attainment for students across Washington.

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Dan Miller (Curator on behalf of Washington’s Lottery)


Xiamara Garza (Curator on behalf of Washington’s Lottery)