Check your pockets: Winning $1 million lotto ticket sold in Wisconsin expires July 5

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MADISON, Wis. — If you bought a Megabucks ticket back in January, you might want to check your pockets.

Wisconsin Lottery officials say someone has a ticket worth $1 million that still hasn’t been claimed, and that ticket expires soon on July 5th.

The ticket with the winning numbers of 3-7-17-22-33-44 was sold at Lisbon Express at 7110 W Lisbon Ave. in Milwaukee. As of now, nobody has claimed the $1 million prize.

The jackpot-winning ticket can only be turned in at the Wisconsin Lottery office in Madison, but since state offices will be closed on July 5th, the prize needs to be claimed by Friday, July 2nd. The person holding the ticket should call ahead to the Lottery office at 608-261-4916 to make an appointment so the state Lottery office can process the claim.

The unclaimed prize is one of two million-dollar winning Megabucks combinations drawn in Wisconsin so far this year. A Sheboygan man also won $1 million in the February 3rd drawing.

Megabucks drawings are made every Wednesday and Saturday.