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This Mission Street Arco Just Sold A $10 Million Winning Lottery Ticket

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You feel lucky, punk? If so, proceed directly to the Arco ampm station at 5898 Mission Street, about 1,000 feet from the SF/Daly City border out in Crocker-Amazon. That Arco just sold a winning $10 million lottery ticket to a lucky Bay Area player, so plan your holiday Lotto Scratcher buying trips accordingly.   

A California Lottery Dec. 21 press release says that, “Arminda Villafuerte scored a whopping $10 million on an Ultimate Millions Scratchers she bought at the Quality Gas for Your Cash Arco station located at 5898 Mission Street in San Francisco.”

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An Ultimate Millions Scratchers ticket looks like what you see above. It is an incredibly high-priced lottery ticket at $30 a pop. That single-ticket price is way beyond the means of the usual San Francisco gas station or liquor store Scratcher buyer.

I have personally wandered out to that very Crocker-Amazon Arco station drunk as hell in the wee hours. I can confirm that they sell reliably shitty but sometimes necessary heat lamp food 24/7, 365 days a year. The fact that they just sold a winning $10 million lottery ticket will give people another reason to consider popping in if they’re nearby and want to play the Scratchers this holiday season. 

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Joe Kukura is a two-bit marketing writer who excels at the homoerotic double-entendre. He is training to run a full marathon completely drunk and high, and his work has appeared in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal on days when their editors made particularly curious decisions.

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