Five Mass Cash tickets won buyers in Springfield, Canton and Weymouth $100,000 on Tuesday.
The first ticket was sold at Racing Mart in Springfield, which is located at 1037 St. James Avenue.
The second ticket was sold at Colbea in Canton, which is located at 731 Washington St.
The final three tickets were sold at Bridge St. Mart in Weymouth, which is located at 409 Bridge St.
The Lottery is also offering a free chance to win $500 during National Lottery week.
Massachusetts residents can enter the free promotion at cashwheellive.com. On Thursday, the Massachusetts State Lottery’s Facebook page will host a live show to pick out the five winners at 6 p.m.
Other lottery winners from across the state were announced in the past few months.
In June, Stanley Godere of Chicopee said he planned to purchase cars for his grandchildren after winning $4 million lottery prize. Another man, Stephen Toto, won $1 million for the second time.
In May, a man was experiencing trouble with his washing machine. That’s when Kuldip Singh, of Woburn, and his daughter decided to go to the laundromat, the lottery said. While waiting for his laundry to finish, Singh purchased an instant ticket.
He won the $1 million prize in the Mass. State Lottery’s “$1,000,000 Cash Wheel” instant ticket game.
In April, a Springfield man said he was using his $1 million prize money to pay off his grandmother’s mortgage. Many other winners from April said they are now looking to buy a new home.
MassLive has created a database for all prizes in 2020 that were $100,000 or more.
Nearly 200 people won $1 million or more from the Massachusetts State Lottery last year, including prizes of up to $15 million.
There was no jackpot winner for the Mega Millions jackpot drawing on Tuesday. The next drawing, which is estimated to be for $117 million, is on Friday at 11 p.m.
There was also no Powerball jackpot winner on Saturday. That jackpot is now estimated at $137 million. The next drawing will be on Wednesday at 11 p.m.
Massachusetts lottery players should also check older tickets. Millions of dollars are left in unclaimed prizes, some dating back to 2016.