SACRAMENTO -- Lottery officials announced Wednesday that two tickets, each valued at over $200,000, were sold in Alameda County recently.
According to a news release, the Bay Area had "all the luck" Tuesday when California Lottery officials revealed that two lottery tickets sold in Alameda County hit prizes of over $200,000 each.
One of the tickets was a Fantasy 5 ticket, which matched all five numbers to win the top prize of $207,440. The ticket was sold at Colonial Donuts, located at 3318 Lakeshore Avenue in Oakland.
The winning Fantasy 5 numbers were 6, 16, 25, 30 and 32.
The other ticket was a MEGA Millions ticket which matched five out of six numbers, winning $201,115. The ticket was sold at the Safeway gas station located at 2234 Otis Drive in Alameda. The ticket matched five numbers -- 7, 10, 14, 40 and 47 -- missing only the Mega number of 34.
Neither winner has come forward yet to claim their winnings.
No one matched all six numbers in the MEGA Millions draw, bringing this week's jackpot total to an estimated $50 million.
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