SACRAMENTO — A "Lotto 6/49" ticket sold in Campbell in Santa Clara County last week had all six numbers correct and is worth $13,130,393, a California Lottery spokesman announced Sunday.
The name of the big winner will not be known until he or she presents the ticket to a state Lottery office for verification.
The numbers drawn Saturday night were 3, 34, 42, 9, 1 and 18 with the bonus number 25. The big winner was bought at the Stop 'n' Go Market on 1859 Bucknall Road, Campbell.
14 Others Came Close
In addition, an unusually high number of people came frustratingly close to hitting it big. Fourteen tickets were good in the 5-of-6 plus bonus number category, and each of those people will win $94,689, spokesman John Schade said.
In the 5-of-6 category, 357 people each won $1,193; 16,707 tickets were good in the 4-of-6 category, worth $37 apiece; and 279,485 tickets were worth $5 each for having three correct numbers.
Total sales for the week were $12,418,268. Next week's jackpot is expected to be at least $3 million.