Lottery player wins $316,320 in NJ Lottery's Quick Draw Progressive

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A Passaic County lottery player won $316,320 in the Quick Draw Progressive game through the New Jersey Lottery.

The winning ticket was sold at Main Discount Liquor & Wine on Main Street in Paterson on Tuesday, May 21 was 60% of the Quick Draw Progressive rolling jackpot.

"Quick Draw Progressive tickets are sold at any retailer and offer a fast way for players to see if their ticket is a lucky winner," the NJ Lottery states.

What is Quick Draw Progressive?

Quick Draw Progressive Jackpot is a "available to every single player at no additional cost," the lottery states. At the bottom of every Quick Draw ticket is printed nine “Your Jackpot Numbers” from 0 to 80. If you hit all nine numbers you win a portion of the progressive jackpot depending on how much you wagered on that ticket. A $1 ticket wins 10% of the jackpot, $2 ticket wins 20% and any ticket of $10 or more would win 100% of the jackpot.

The New Jersey Lottery holds Quick Draw drawings every four minutes.