NYS Gaming Commission
October 28, 2015
Winning TAKE 5 Ticket Sold in Rochester
Ticket sold at Tops Markets --Second top prize winning ticket sold in Rochester in last several weeks
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - The New York Lottery today announced a top prize winning ticket for the October 27, 2015 TAKE 5 drawing was sold at Tops Markets at 175 North Winton Road in Rochester. The ticket is worth $69,326.
This is the second TAKE 5 top prize winning ticket sold in Rochester in the last several weeks. For the October 18, 2015 TAKE 5 drawing, a top prize winning ticket worth $60,427 was sold at Henry’s Convenience Market at 509-519 Merchants Road in Rochester.
In addition to the $69,326 top prize for the October 27 TAKE 5 drawing, which was won by matching five out of five numbers, 235 players each purchased winning tickets worth $442.50 by matching four out of five numbers for the drawing. In total, there were 99,018 TAKE 5 winners for the October 27 drawing.
The winning numbers for the October 27 TAKE 5 drawing were 05-11-12-22-34.
The Lottery encourages everyone who bought a New York Lottery draw game ticket, to check their tickets again, as they could be holding a winner. Tickets expire one year after the game’s drawing.
The winners may claim the tickets at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, 5857 Route 96 in Farmington, NY 14425 or at any of the Lottery’s Customer Service Centers statewide, including the Syracuse office at 620 Erie Blvd. West, Syracuse, NY 13204.
The five winning numbers for TAKE 5 are drawn from the set of 39 available numbers every day at 11:21 p.m. To download the free winning numbers app, click here.
About the New York Lottery
The New York Lottery continues to be North America’s largest and most profitable Lottery, contributing $3.11 billion in fiscal year 2014-2015 to help support education in New York State. The Lottery’s contribution represents 14 percent of total state education aid to local school districts.
New York Lottery revenue is distributed to local school districts by the same statutory formula used to distribute other state aid to education. It takes into account both a school district’s size and its income level; larger, lower-income school districts receive proportionately larger shares of Lottery school funding.