One was worth $20, but the second was the real jackpot — literally.
"I started to see letters and I was like, 'That store sold me a dud!'" he said of the string of letters that spelled out "jackpot."
Kimbrough has opted to take the one-time payment, so he's heading home with just under $1.6 million after taxes and fees.
"I'm gonna take a vacation," he announced.