A Queensbury woman has won a million dollars on a scratch-off. What would you do if you won?

Congratulations to Isabella Gonzalez of Queensbury. She has claimed the top prize of $1 million on the 25X The Money scratch-off game.

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The winning ticket was purchased at Stewart’s Shop located at 402 Bay Rd. in Queensbury. Gonzalez chose the  $1 million in a single lump sum totaling $598,920 after required withholdings.

The New York Lottery reports that New York Lottery players have claimed all of the top prizes on the 25X The Money game, and it will be retired to make room for other scratch-off tickets offering top prizes of $1 million or more. Players may check the status of any New York Lottery scratch-off game by downloading the Game Report at nylottery.ny.gov.

We're still wondering who won almost $20,000 Take 5 ticket sold at the Speedway on Commercial Drive in Yorkville. The winning numbers are 13, 18, 25, 37, 38.

David Signor won $14 million after scratching a winning $10,000 a week for life ticket he bought at the Boonville Sunoco on May 28. He plans to use his newfound winnings to take care of his parents and his two children. Signor says he also wants to spend more time enjoying fishing and hunting and less time working.

Signor told the New York Lottery he "feels free as a bird." We bet that is a great way to feel.

Now New Yorkers can play the lottery via a third-party lottery app. It gives New Yorkers a secure way to buy official state lottery tickets from their smartphones. Grab more details here. 

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