Charlotte woman wins $150k lottery with scratch-off bought in Stallings

STALLINGS, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — A Charlotte woman got lucky with a $5 scratch-off she bought in Union County, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery.

Lottery officials say Patricia Jordan bought a Super Loteria ticket from the Stallings Superette near the intersection of Potter Road and Pleasant Plains Road in Stallings. She won a $150,000 prize.

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On Monday, February 4, Jordan went to lottery headquarters in Raleigh to claim her prize and took home $107,251 after taxes.

The Super Loteria game first debuted in May with six $150,000 prizes. Two $150,000 top prizes have not yet been claimed.

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