Joyce Moore was shocked and couldn't believe her luck after she uncovered the first $100,000 top prize on a Missouri Lottery "The Voice" Scratchers ticket.
"I was shaking," she shared when claiming her prize at the Lottery offices in Springfield.
The Aurora resident purchased her winning ticket at Fastrip, 104 South Main Street in Cassville.
"The Voice" is a $5 Scratchers ticket that was introduced on August 27. The game offers more than $3.4 million in remaining prizes, including two more top prizes of $100,000. An updated list of remaining Scratchers prizes can be found at MOLottery.com or by using the Missouri Lottery app.
About the Missouri Lottery
In 1984, more than 70 percent of Missouri voters approved a lottery. Currently, the Lottery is the sixth-largest source of state income. Since sales started in 1986, the Missouri Lottery has generated more than $6 billion for the state and public education, and annual Lottery proceeds make up approximately 4 percent of the state's funding for public education. Lottery players have won more than $14 billion in prizes, and retailers have earned more than $1.35 billion in commissions. Each year, the Lottery generates more than $286 million for vital education programs, including A+ scholarships.