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October 22, 2000

Thirteen workers at a Mid-City Starbucks will share the Oct. 21st SuperLotto Plus jackpot of $87 Million

13 employees of a Starbucks coffeehouse at La Brea Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard who will share an $87-million California SuperLotto Plus jackpot.

Some of the 13 Winners:

  • Mary Ann Champaine, the 53-year-old Starbucks manager
  • Leah Coley
  • Rick Camat
  • Arely Gaytan
  • Keana Essex

The jackpot will be paid out over 26 years and divided among 13 people. Each of the winners will still get $167,307 for the first check. Annual individual payments will increase until each gets a final payment of $341,307 in the 26th year for a total of $6,692,307 each before federal taxes.

L & E Liquor, will be awarded $435,000 (0.5% of the jackpot)

Ticket sold at:

L & E Liquor
1298 S. La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90019

Winning Ticket was a Quick Pick

 

August 23, 2000

Lottery Winners Play Ace Up Their Sleeve Media-shy S.F. couple claim record jackpot - SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE)

The elderly Cow Hollow couple who won $88 million were doing the sensible thing yesterday morning and telling the rest of the world to please beat it. See rest of story here.

 

August 17, 2000

$88 Million SUPERLOTTO PLUS Jackpot Winning Ticket Sold In San Francisco

 

SACRAMENTO, August 17, 2000 -- Lottery officials announced that almost 2 million winners won in the various categories of Wednesday's $88 million SuperLotto Plus draw. The numbers drawn August 16, 2000 were 02, 34, 16, 31, 22, the MEGA number was 10. One ticket matched all five numbers plus the MEGA number, winning $88 million and the third largest jackpot in California Lottery history. Public schools will receive $50 million from this jackpot.

A winner choosing the cash option would receive roughly half of the jackpot amount or $44 million. A winner choosing payments over 26 years would receive payments of $2.1 million the first year, graduating to $4.1 million in the 26th year.

The winning ticket was sold at the Smoke Signals, 2223 Polk Street, San Francisco, California. The retailer will receive $440,000 or one half of one percent of the jackpot. This is the largest bonus paid to any retailer in California Lottery history.

Twenty-one tickets throughout the state won the second prize category of $33,517 for matching 5 numbers. Besides the jackpot winner, eight second prize tickets were sold in the bay area in the cities of Benecia, Fairfield, South San Francisco, Union City, Oakland, San Ramon, Palo Alto and Santa Cruz. Thirteen other tickets were sold in San Diego, Norwalk, Los Angeles, Madera, La Quinta, Granada Hills, Montebello, Selma, Los Angeles, Studio City, Pollack Pines and Irvine. Two hundred and forty-seven tickets won $1,424 by matching four numbers plus the MEGA number.

Other prize categories included the following:

 

  • 5,962 tickets matched four numbers without the MEGA number for a prize of $98.
  • 9,650 tickets matched three numbers plus the MEGA number for a prize of $54;
  • 251,981 tickets matched three numbers without the MEGA number for a prize of $10;
  • 130,198 tickets matched two numbers plus the MEGA number for a prize of $10;
  • 635,145 tickets matched one number plus the MEGA number for a prize of $2;
  • 963,081 tickets matched the MEGA number for $1.

On July 6, 1996, Manuel, Maria and Paul Xavier won $49 million making them the largest prize winners from San Francisco. On April 17, 1991, the largest jackpot in California Lottery history reached $118.8 million and was won by 10 winning tickets and 54 winners. Salvador Gonzalez of Anaheim, California made Lottery history when he became the highest individual jackpot winner of $87 million on June 9, 1999.

SuperLotto Plus can be played at approximately 19,000 retail business establishments around the state. The SuperLotto Plus draw takes place each Wednesday and Saturday night at 7:58 p.m. Players may purchase tickets until 7:45 p.m. on the night of the draw.

 

June 12, 2000
First SuperLotto Plus Jackpot Winners Claim $32 Million - LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. (LA TIMES) - Three Riverside County women claimed the winning ticket Monday in the California Lottery's first "SuperLotto Plus" game, matching all six numbers for the $32-million jackpot. The winners, Kathy Unger, Terri Moore and Michelle Coutlee, all of Lake Elsinore, agreed to take a lump sum payment of nearly $15.2 million instead of the full jackpot paid out over time, lottery officials said. The women, who planned to divide the money on the basis of how much each paid for the tickets they purchased, said they are childhood friends who have played various lottery games together since 1986.

May 1, 2000
New Lotto gets mixed reviews - Residents respond to news that SuperLotto format will change in June - SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (THE TRIBUNE) - Odds are that lottery ticket sales will go up when the all-new SuperLotto Plus game hits the market in June. "Whenever the jackpot numbers go up, people tend to play," said Mike Bain, who works at Z & Z Food Mart on Broad Street in San Luis Obispo. Last Friday, the California Lottery Commission voted unanimously to discontinue its nine-year-old "SuperLotto" game and replace it with the new game, which will be called "SuperLotto Plus."

April 19, 2000
New format a plus for SuperLotto - Proposal includes more large jackpots, and it will be easier to win $1 to $100. - FRESNO, Calif. (FRESNO BEE) - California Lottery officials hope a new version of the SuperLotto game they plan to introduce this summer will boost sagging revenue. The new game, SuperLotto Plus, would replace the current game and offer more prizes and increased odds of winning. "It is a Powerball-like game, but it still maintains the SuperLotto game features with some enhancements," lottery spokeswoman Norma Minas said.

 

 

 

 


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