Predict six winners, win $1 million with Fox Super 6
If you correctly pick all six NFL games this weekend, you could end up winning Terry Bradshaw’s money
On any given Football Sunday, there’s a lot of things on the line for players, coaches and teams.
This week, there’s a million things up for grabs for you- dollars right out of Terry Bradshaw’s pocket.
That’s right, the Fox Super 6 jackpot this weekend has hit its biggest milestone yet of $1 million on Week 6 of the National Football League season.
Two weeks ago, one player won $250,000 by correctly picking all six NFL games to take home the grand prize, so it can be done. Now, the stakes have been raised even higher.
How do you win? Well, just pick the winners and the margins of victory of the six games listed on the Fox Super 6 app. Get them all right and you will take home part of the grand prize jackpot of $1 million. (The jackpot will be split among all those who get every game and margin of victory correct.)
Even if nobody correctly picks the winner and margin for all six games, those who come the closest will be eligible for the $10,000 guaranteed prize which will be handed out.
The best part of all is it’s free. To play, all you have to do is go to the Fox Super 6 app on your phone or tablet device. When you click on the app, you will see the entry for the NFL Sunday Challenge. Just go onto the app, swipe for the team that you think will win and the margin of victory.
Here’s the six NFL games to pick for this coming week.
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings
If you correctly pick all six NFL games this weekend, you could end up winning Terry Bradshaw’s money.
Four hospital workers win $6 million after playing the lottery together for a year
By Caitlin O’Kane
Updated on: November 11, 2020 / 4:18 PM / CBS News
Four hospital workers won the lottery on Halloween — adding a major treat to a tricky year. Heewon (Theresa) Choi, Melanie Nolan and two of their coworkers from Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster, Canada, won $6 million from the British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s (BCLC) Lotto 6/49 game.
BCLC announced the winners in a press release Wednesday. The group has been playing the lottery together for about a year, BCLC said. They often use birthdays or anniversary dates to choose their numbers.
Choi, the “captain” of the group, bought a ticket and scanned it using her BCLC Lotto! App. Fortunately, Choi was at work when she checked the ticket.
Heewon Choi, the captain of the group, who bought the winning ticket, said she “couldn’t believe it” when they won. BCLC
“I couldn’t believe it,” Choi said. “I immediately showed it to Melanie who sits right next to me.”
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Nolan said she thought it was a $6,000 ticket when Choi first showed it to her. But the prize was much bigger.
“When the other two group members started their shift, Melanie and I told them,” Choi said. “They thought it was a joke!”
Their families were also shocked. Nolan’s partner texted her: “It’s not April Fools!” Choi said her family screamed in excitement.
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“I’ve always dreamed about being a millionaire, I feel like I’m in a dream,” Choi said. The health care workers plan on celebrating over a nice meal together.
Nolan said she may use her money to pursue school and is planning to donate some of her winnings to the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation.
For groups of lottery players like this one, BCLC says they have a Group Play Agreement Form to make it easier to manage. The lottery recommends groups should appoint someone to coordinate collecting money, buying the group’s tickets, and tracking results and winnings.
First published on November 11, 2020 / 1:43 PM
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Caitlin O’Kane is a digital content producer covering trending stories for CBS News and its good news brand, The Uplift.
"I've always dreamed about being a millionaire, I feel like I'm in a dream."