HELENA — The Montana Lottery drew the winning numbers for Montana Millionaire Tuesday morning.
The $1 million grand prize winning ticket number is: 125813.
The $250,000 winning ticket is: 170484.
The $100,000 winning tickets are: 150468, 145784, and 066090.
The $10,000 winning tickets are: 064727, 016258, 098731, and 155022.
There is no word yet on the locations that sold those tickets, nor the names of the winners.
The $25,000 early bird winning ticket is 011094 and was sold at a Town Pump #3 in Billings.The $15,000 early bird winning ticket is 147582 and it was sold at the Cenex Zip Trip #71 in Hungry Horse.
Tickets for the 2020 drawing of Montana Millionaire sold out in record time. All tickets were sold out before 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 23 - nine days earlier than 2019 and four days before the first early bird drawing.
Touted by Montana Lottery as the best chance to win $1 million, only 180,000 tickets were sold this year, with ticket sales beginning on November 1st. Last year the Montana Lottery added 30,000 tickets to the pool to increase the number of prizes available.
Unlike a lottery game, Montana Millionaire is a raffle, meaning all of the prize money will be paid out. There are four $10,000 prizes, three $100,000 prizes, one $250,000 prize, and one $1 million prize. Two early bird drawings will also be held; one on November 27 for $25,000, and one on December 11 for $15,000.
Previous winners of Montana Millionaire are:
- 2019: Casey Petero, Columbia Falls
- 2018: Richard Mai, Billings
- 2017: Amy Lambert, Butte
- 2016: Daniel Thompson, Great Falls
- 2015: Jack Barisich, Winnett
- 2014: Jeffrey Fallang, East Helena
- 2013: Russell Miller, Columbia Falls
- 2012: Sam Polesky, Laurel
- 2011: Vern & Mara Wallace, Billings
- 2010: William Morse, Billings
- 2009: Dana Delguerra, Great Falls
- 2008: Mike & Carole McGivern, Butte
- 2007: Gary & BJ Klipstein, Billings
Click here to visit the Montana Millionaire website.
MTN will update this article when more information becomes available on other 2020 winning numbers and the locations those tickets were sold.