Man wins $2M after mistakenly buying extra lottery ticket

DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich. — In what most people would consider a lucrative mistake, a Detroit-area man who accidentally bought an extra lottery ticket has won two $1 million jackpots.

Samir Mazahem, 56, of Dearborn Heights said he was saving numbers on a lottery app after buying a $2 ticket for the June 9 Mega Millions game. He then realized that he had purchased a second ticket with the same numbers.

“I was a little bummed but didn’t think much about it,” Mazahem said.

Until he recently logged onto the app and found he had two $1 million winners.

“I couldn’t believe it was real,” Mazahem said. “It took several days for the reality to set in that my mistake had paid off to the tune of $2 million!”

He recently claimed his prize and plans to buy a new house and save the rest.

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This stunning North Vancouver condo is one of the prizes in Millionaire Lottery

Looking to win your very own luxury mansion? Or, maybe you’d prefer $2.7 million tax free cash?

Well, today’s your lucky day. You can now go into the draw to win a number of lavish prizes, all while supporting a worthy cause.

Vancouver General Hospital and UBC Hospital Foundation have announced that tickets for the Millionaire Lottery are now on sale. 

Todd Talbot, Millionaire Lottery spokesperson, boasted that the seven grand-prize homes up for grabs are “more spectacular than ever before.” And, one of them is in North Vancouver. Located at Cascade West, 175 Victory Ship Way, the condo offers stunning waterfront and city views and all the trimmings. The winner would have the option of choosing from two units, which both offer two bedrooms and a balcony. On top of this, the  prize package includes a 2020 Tesla Model 3 RWD, a 2020 BMW x5 xDrive 40i, and a

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