Norfolk woman wins $127,229 in Print ‘n Play Rolling Jackpot She hits it big in Virginia Lottery game

Lisa Taylor was watching her three Print n’ Play Rolling Jackpot tickets come out of the printer at the store. The first ticket came up with the jackpot amount on it: $127,229. But then a strange thing happened: Her second ticket showed the minimum jackpot amount on it: $50,000. She knew what that meant. “Somebody hit it!” she recalled thinking. The jackpot had been won somewhere in Virginia at that exact moment and reset back to the beginning amount. But the Norfolk woman didn’t realize that she was the one who had won the jackpot. It wasn’t until she carefully examined the ticket that she realized her good fortune. “I want to cry, but I can’t cry,” she told Virginia Lottery officials as she claimed her prize. Print ‘n Play Rolling Jackpot is a Virginia-only instant-win game that has a starting jackpot of $50,000. The jackpot increases with each ticket sold until the jackpot is won. The game has three price points: $2, $5 and $10. The $2 ticket can win 20% of the jackpot, the $5 ticket can win 50% of the jackpot, and the $10 ticket can win 100% of the jackpot. For each price point, the odds of winning the top prize are 1 in 240,000. For more information, go to Ms. Taylor bought her tickets at Subtrack Food Mart, located at 5369 East Princess Anne Road in Norfolk. She said she hopes to use her winnings to help buy a new home. The Virginia Lottery is good fun for a great cause. Ms. Taylor lives in Norfolk, which received more than $29.1 million in Lottery funds for K-12 public education in Fiscal Year 2019. For more information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Giving Back page. The Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.7 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated a record $650 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2019. An additional $6.5 million in unclaimed prizes was deposited in the Virginia Literary Fund in FY19, which provides low-interest loans to localities for public school construction, renovations and technology upgrades. 

By: Virginia Lottery Games