Montana Woman Wins Lottery Twice in a Day, Thanks to 'Gut Feeling'
“It was a super genuine and blissful moment,” Cheyenne Long said.
A Montana woman is thanking her lucky stars after winning the lottery twice in one day.
Cheyenne Long of Kalispell bought a Power Play Gold Crossword on July 1 and won $2,000, according to the Flathead Beacon. But she had a "gut feeling" and decided to purchase three more tickets.
The move paid off: She nabbed $75,000, the highest prize possible.
“It was a super genuine and blissful moment," Long told lottery officials.
She will ultimately take home about $53,000, according to a lottery press release.
Long said she plans to pay her bills with the prize money.
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