San Jose Man Claims $2 Million Lottery Ticket

Friday, May 14, 2010  |  Updated 7:00 AM PDT
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San Jose Man Claims $2 Million Lottery Ticket

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A San Jose man became a multimillionaire after buying a winning lottery ticket at a liquor store in Cupertino earlier this month.

A San Jose man became a multimillionaire after buying a winning  lottery ticket at a liquor store in Cupertino earlier this month, according  to lottery officials.

The man, who has chosen to remain anonymous, bought the $5  "Extravaganza" Scratchers ticket valued at $2 million 10 days ago at S&S Liquors on Bollinger Road. He claimed the prize Wednesday at the California Lottery's East  Bay District Office.

The man said he will use his winnings to establish a retirement  savings plan and also buy a house or condo. The retailer will receive $10,000 for selling the ticket.

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