Every time we purchase a scratch-off lottery ticket we cross our fingers hoping we can get big bucks.  Winning enough to get your money back and not lose anything is a great feeling, so we can just imagine what winning ONE MILLION dollars feels like. It must be incredible.

There is a new millionaire in the Bucks County area. Fox29.com reported that a Wawa in Langhorne sold a "Max-A-Million" scratch-off ticket that gave someone a million dollars. The winner's name was not disclosed. Each "Max-A-Million" scratch-off ticket costs $20.

Credit: Pennsylvania Lottery

It was also mentioned on Fox29.com that the Wawa on Oxford Valley Road in Langhorne will receive a $5,000 bonus for selling the ticket.

If you are feeling lucky, just know that there are a few "Max-A-Million" scratch-off tickets still in PA with big chunks of money. According to Pennsylvania Lottery here are the top prizes that are still available for you to win.

  • $100,000 - 1 remaining
  • $10,000 - 7 remaining
  • $1,000 - 5 remaining
  • $500 - 2158 remaining
  • $400 - 453 remaining

Best of luck.