Bucks County shop sells winning Pennsylvania Lottery ticket. Here's where

The uncanny streak of winning Pennsylvania Lottery tickets being sold in Bucks County continues.

American News & Tobacco, at 522 Second Street Pike in Southampton, sold a winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 with Quick Cash ticket worth a cool $450,000.

The lucky winner matched all five numbers — 17-22-35-39-40 — to hit the jackpot in Tuesday's drawing.

American News & Tobacco came out a winner as well, as its owners are set to receive a $500 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

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And it's a wise move to check your ticket if you purchased a Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket for Tuesday's drawing. More than 10,200 other Cash 5 with Quick Cash tickets also won prizes in that drawing.

The win only adds to the recent streak of Bucks County outlets selling winning lottery tickets.

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In late August, a winning Pennsylvania Lottery ticket, worth $100,00, was sold at the 7-Eleven at 2760 Trenton Road in Middletown.

And in early August, Zain Mini Mart in New Castle, Lawrence County, sold a winning Pennsylvania Lottery Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million.

And in February, an individual playing the Pennsylvania Lottery's "PA Big Winner Spectacular" online gambling game won $256,564.09.

This article originally appeared on Bucks County Courier Times: Pennsylvania Lottery winning ticket sold at Bucks County shop