$25 Million Ticket: Missouri Mega Millions Winner Comes Forward

August 7, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery More

A very lucky lottery player from Missouri is holding a $25 million ticket and took several days to claim it. The Mega Millions ticket holder was probably getting some sound advice from their banker or moving out of their neighborhood before cashing in the big check.

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Many people want to know, who is holding the $25 million lottery ticket from Missouri? On July 31, after several weeks without a winner, the Mega Millions drawing, which produced the numbers 28, 32, 33, 40, 46 and the Mega Ball 10, finally made someone’s day, week, year and lifetime.

Author Eddie Coronado, who has won the lottery twice, wrote How To Win The Lottery With The Law Of Attraction: Four Lottery Winners Share Their Manifestation Techniques where he breaks it down for players on how to make a fortune in the lotto. Coronado shares:

“….helpful tips and suggestions that will explain how to implement the following manifestation techniques and how to make the most of them. It also contains information regarding the common denominators of the winners’ daily action plan in order to provide a clear understanding of the mental and emotional habits that are necessary for manifesting lottery prizes through the Law of Attraction.”

According to May Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery, there is one ticket worth $25 million. The winner will have the tough decision of taking either the Cash Option meaning a lump sum or the Annual Payout option, where he or she will receive annual payments over a span of 25 to 30 years.

If the individual opts for a lottery annuity, he or she will get the full $25 million after 30 years, (which implies that the person will pay taxes on what they get every year), but the lump sum means 58% of the $25 million, which is about $14 million before taxes of course.

The winner purchased the Quick Pick at a Noel convenience store in southwest of the Show-Me State and has come forward this evening, but has to wait 48 hours before the ticket clears security. Communications manager Susan Goedde revealed:

“We take the security of our tickets very seriously and want to ensure that that is indeed the winning ticket before we would award a prize.”

While it is not yet known what the winner will do with his or her money, many people have taken to the Internet to share their list of purchases if they were in the person’s shoes.

The list includes owning a private jet, buying an entire gaming store, traveling all over the world, living in Europe for six months every year, having houses in big cities, purchasing a sports team and so much more.

What would you do? How much would you spend? How much would you invest?


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