A winning lottery ticket worth more than $57,000 was purchased at a Corona deli earlier this week, the New York Lottery announced Tuesday.
The Take-5 ticket worth $57,905 was sold at El Encuentro Deli Grocery, located at 40-42 National St., and picked during the Monday, June 29, drawing. The ticket holder has up to a year from the date of the drawing to claim their prize.
Five winning numbers from a field of one to 39 are drawn every day at 11:21 p.m. for the Take-5 game.
Earlier in June, a Take-5 ticket worth over $53,000 was purchased at a convenience store in Murray Hill.
A portion of the New York Lottery’s revenue is distributed to local school districts through out the state. Last year, the lottery contributed $3.47 billion to help support eduction in the state, according to the agency.