Riverside County woman won $13 million on SuperLotto Plus ticket she bought with recycling money

The winning ticket was purchased at a liquor store in Moreno Valley.

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A woman became a millionaire with a SuperLotto Plus contest ticket that you bought with recycling moneyreported the California Lottery.

Sandra Norman, of Moreno Valley, said she bought the ticket earlier in the year for the pageant. thanks to the money he earned for recycling bottles and cans with his two little nieces.

With the money she collects, she buys her nieces candy and drinks, as well as a lottery ticket for herself. With one of those tickets, which cost her $1, the Riverside County resident became a millionaire..

“This time they bought chips and soda, and I got $13 million! Once my husband and I realized we won, we were jumping like, like, like we won the lottery!” Norman said.

the winning ticket was purchased earlier this year from Sunnymead Liquor, at 24121 Sunnymead Boulevard, in Moreno Valleya business that will receive $65,000 dollars for selling the winning ticket.

According to information provided at the beginning of the year, when the award was announced, it was mentioned that the winner could claim the prize of $13 million dollars in 30 payments, or collect $9 million dollars.

In the statement, it was not disclosed which of the two options the winner requested.

According to the California Lottery release, the winner plans to buy a larger residence, a mobile home and take care of her family.

“We’re going to be wine tasting all over Napa Valley and stocking up on wine for our new house, which will definitely have a wine cellar,” said Norman.

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