Mount Pleasant, Kenosha and Eau Claire sell jackpot
and top prize winners
MADISON, Wis. — It was a winning weekend for Wisconsin-only lotto games. It started on Friday, with a pair of wins from the May 26th drawings. A $100,000 All or Nothing winning ticket matching 11 of 11 numbers (2-4-6-9-10-11-12-15-16-19-21) was purchased at Kwik Trip on 6801 Washington Ave. in Mount Pleasant, while a $79,000 Badger 5 jackpot-winning ticket (1-5-24-27-29) was sold at 52nd St. Quick Shop Inc. on 3404 52nd St. in Kenosha.
The winning continued Saturday when a $1.3 million Megabucks jackpot-winning ticket (11-12-18-25-39-40) was purchased at Kwik Trip on 2232 Otter Road in Eau Claire for the May 27th drawing.
Eau Claire Kwik Trip Assistant Store Leader Mary Landson said, “It feels great to sell a big winning ticket. We can’t wait to meet the winner. Hopefully, they get to take a nice vacation after this.”
All three Wisconsin Lottery retailers have a history of big wins. In 2017 the Eau Claire Kwik Trip sold a winning $10,000 scratch ticket, while the Mount Pleasant Kwik Trip has sold winning tickets of $500,000 (scratch game, 2022) and $128,000 (Badger 5, 2019).
52nd St. Quick Shop Inc. has the most distinguished winning history of the three weekend-winning retailers. Earlier this year, 52nd St. Quick Shop Inc. sold a winning $50,000 scratch ticket and a $10,000 Badger 5 jackpot. In addition, the Kenosha location has sold a $45,000 scratch ticket winner in 2020.