SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A Stanislaus County produce seller is one million dollars richer after purchasing what was thought to be a losing Scratchers ticket from a San Francisco retailer, lottery officials said Friday.

Pascual Morales won $1,000 from a $10 Silver & Gold Scratchers ticket earlier in May, according to lottery officials.

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Morales’ good luck, however, didn’t end there. Weeks later, he went to the California Lottery’s Central Valley District Office with another ‘non-winning’ Silver & Gold Scratchers ticket purchased from Mike’s Liquors & Groceries, located at 2499 Mission Street, and won $1 million.

Lottery officials said, like all Lottery Scratchers games, Morales’ second ticket also came with a second chance to win a great prize, lottery officials said.

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Any non-winning ticket can be entered into the Lottery’s 2nd Chance Program, where players can enter to win up to $25,000 and are automatically entered to the weekly pool drawing.

Mike’s Liquors & Groceries will also receive a bonus of $5,000 for selling the top-prize winning ticket, according to lottery officials.

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