CORONADO, Calif. — A lottery ticket worth more than $200,000 that was bought in Coronado, California, remains unclaimed, and lottery officials yesterday warned that the prize will expire in three days.
The winning Mega Millions ticket was sold Feb. 4 at Avenue Liquor on Orange Avenue near Ninth Street, California Lottery officials said.
It hit five winning numbers — 1, 27, 28, 35 and 40 — but missed the Mega number, 6.
The ticket, which is worth $211,387, will expire at 5 p.m. Monday, officials said. If it is not claimed, the prize money will be go to state schools.
Tickets that are worth more than $600 must be submitted along with a claim form by mail or in person at any lottery office. Prizes are mailed in four to six weeks.