Julia Wall of Hamilton claimed a $50,000 top prize for “Super Monopoly” with a ticket purchased from People’s Market; 801 N. Main, Darby.
Julia said she was so surprised by her big win, she thought her ticket was misprinted. But now with the cash to prove it really happened, she plans to buy a new SUV.
“Super Monopoly” debuted May 7, 2012, with prizes up to $50,000.
Donald Duncan of Red Lodge claimed a $10,000 top prize for “Betty Boop” with a ticket from Rockin’ J North; 902 N. Broadway, Red Lodge.
Donald is a new Scratch player who was motivated to start playing after he saw another player win $1,000. He has won several smaller prizes since then, and now he is a top prize winner too.
“Betty Boop” debuted Nov. 13, 2012, with prizes up to $10,000.
The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid more than $459 million in prizes and returned more than $204 million to the State of Montana.