Alexander McLeish told The Washington Post he plans to give some of his prize money to the childhood friend who gifted him the ticket.
"I just didn't believe it, again!" the woman, 61, told lottery officials, after learning she'd won the $50,000 prize yet again.
A Missouri couple matched all six numbers in the October 23 lottery drawing, becoming the sole winners and winning $2.4 million.
Gregory Warren said that he "forgot" he purchased the jackpot lottery ticket and didn't check his numbers until four days later.
Susan Fitton took home a significant cash prize after she bought Mega Millions with Megaflier tickets in Boca Rotan, Florida.
Andrew Cunliffe brought home his winning scratch card in 2016 and proposed to his now-wife, Natalie. Today, they have their dream home.
Margaret Loughrey, 56, became one of Ireland's biggest ever lottery winners when she won around £27 million in 2013.
"I am so glad I decided to stick with this set of numbers!" the 61-year-old man told the Michigan Lottery.
The family bought the winning ticket during a bathroom break at a 7-Eleven in Maryland while on their way home from vacation.
Paul Drake from West Lothian, Scotland, said he was getting ready to work when he was struck by a "niggling feeling" to check his Lucky Dip numbers.
Amazon announced new lottery contest with six-figure cash prizes is open to its warehouse and frontline workers who can prove they are vaccinated.
The mother of one said she still gets "dizzy at the thought that I carelessly carried almost 33 million euros around in my purse for several weeks."
An anonymous delivery driver known only as "Grateful Mom" said: "I don't want to do Uber Eats right now!" after winning a lottery jackpot.
Leroy Fick reportedly won $2 million in a Michigan lottery in 2010. Fick was also featured on TLC's "Lottery Changed My Life."
California currently offers the largest jackpot out of all states that have employed cash prizes as an incentive to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Ohio picked two names for the first winners of its "Vax-a-Million lottery": One adult received $1 million and a student got a college scholarship.
US states have scrambled to incentivize COVID-19 vaccinations in order to reach herd immunity as interest in the shots has plateaued.