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Receipt Wins $10,000 In New Jersey

BYRAM, N.J., Dec. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tom McCoy won $10,000 by entering his Pathmark receipt into national receipt lottery. On December 21st just before Christmas, Tom, a hard working union construction worker from New Jersey, was awarded his prize. Tom won entering his receipt using the Pick 5.  ReceiptsToRiches.com is an online national receipt lottery game, which allows users to enter any receipt from any vendor into their lottery games. Prizes from $1,000 up to 10 million dollars are awarded.

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"I can't believe it," says Tom and his wife. Tom said, "All I did was register and enter my 4 receipts that I had for the day, the next thing I know 2 weeks later they contacted me and told me I had won $10,000."  They were joined by their 3 lovely boys who couldn't wait for Christmas to come. "Simple receipt information is used such as the zip code, date and time or the total is used to enter up to 8 receipt games. It's fun and easy to play, you also have unlimited entries daily," says Anthony Petrecca, the original founder. This time it was Pathmark, next time it can be a Chase Bank ATM, Macy's, or even a Mobil gas station receipt.  Tom and his wife spend a lot of money weekly playing lottery games, "but no more," they say. "We get so many receipts throughout the day now we have free lottery tickets that we hold in our hands, we love it," they scream.  ReceiptsToRiches.com has daily, weekly, monthly, holiday and year end games.

For further information or to schedule an interview, please contact Anthony Petrecca at   [email protected] or 347-273-1359

SOURCE ReceiptsToRiches.com

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