PASCO COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) — A lucky Pasco County resident is well prepared for the expected landfall of Tropical Storm Idalia in Florida after winning a million-dollar prize in the Florida Lottery.
Jackie Dombrowski, 34, of Holiday, claimed his $1 million prize from the $1,000,000 scratch card A Year for Life Spectacular at the lottery’s Tallahassee headquarters.
Dombrowski opted to receive his winnings as a one-time lump sum payment of $640,000. His odds of finishing second were 1 in 185,709. A total of $175 million in prize money is still up for grabs.
|Price amount||odds||total prices||Remaining Prizes||prizes paid|
|$1M/Year/LF (MIN. 25)||1 to 21,727,995||2||2||0|
|$1,000,000||1 to 185,709||234||175||59|
|$50,000||1 of 120,711||360||263||97|
|$20,000||1 to 20,091||2.163||1,598||565|
|$10,000||1 in 20,035||2.169||1,609||560|
|$5,000||1 of 5,006||8,681||6,453||2.228|
Dombrowski bought his winning ticket at Winn-Dixie, 1640 US 19 North in Holiday. The retailer receives a bonus commission of $2,000 on sales of the winning scratch card.
The $50 game features two grand prizes of $1 million per year for life and more than $1.6 billion in cash prizes. The overall winning probability of the game is 1 in 4.50.