Lynn Brady couldn’t believe it when she scanned her Lotto Max ticket and discovered she had won $1 million.
The woman from Carlyle, Sask., first discovered the win on Oct. 31.
Her husband Dale also had a hard time believing how lucky they were.
“Lynn called to tell me we won,” he said in a press release.
“I said, ‘Yeah, right. Today is Halloween, not April Fool’s Day!’”
With their winnings, the couple said they’re going to make sure it’s a nice Christmas, but mainly the money will be for making retirement come easier.
The lucky ticket was bought at Carlyle Convenience and Gas on Main Street. Their winning numbers for a Maxmillions draw on Oct. 26 were 4, 21, 24, 26, 27, 28 and 29.
Carlyle is roughly 195 kilometres southeast of Regina.
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