Nebraska winner steps forward to claim $1 million

Loran Kramer is the Nebraska winner who stepped forward to claim his $1 million Mega Millions prize.

Yesterday, we mentioned the $1 million Nebraska winner who was a mystery, and he has now come forward to claim his first $1 million prize, but not his first big lottery win.

Loran Kramer had previously won $100,000 playing the Nebraska Lottery. Kramer told sources he plays the lottery every week, believing the only way to win is to play. The 69-year-old aims for big prizes, but is still in shock that he actually won.

Kramer won from the Tuesday June 18 Mega Millions drawing, with a ticket he purchased Sunday June 16. Kramer’s ticket matched the first five white balls, a prize usually worth $250,000. Kramer had purchased the $1 Megaplier, which quadrupled his prize to make it worth $1 million.

Loran Kramer and his wife Julie plan to save the money to use when needed. They also plan to share some of the winnings with their son. However, they have no extravagant plans, stating at this point they just want to make living a little easier with their winnings.

Just like Nebraska winner Loran Kramer said, you can’t win if you don’t play. So make sure to purchase your lottery tickets for your favorite lottery games. Download the free LotteryHUB app to watch live Powerball drawings and get updates from all of your favorite lotteries!

Written by LotteryHUB News Staff Writers

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