Fred Meyer store in Kent is among Washington Lottery’s Luckiest Retailers

  • Tuesday, March 10, 2020 4:35pm
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A Kent Fred Meyer store is among the Washington Lottery’s 2019 Luckiest Retailers, those stores that sold the most “Big Win” tickets for prizes valued at $10,000 or more.

The Fred Meyer at 15250 Pacific Highway S. is the second Luckiest Retailer in the state, with 15 Big Wins. Fred Meyer’s at 1100 N Meridian, Puyallup is the Luckiest Retailer in the state, with 17 Big Wins. It lies in the South Puget Sound region, which is the Luckiest Region with 124 total Big Wins.

Washington’s Lottery recognizes its Luckiest Retailers by dividing the state into seven regions: North Puget Sound, South Puget Sound, Olympic Peninsula, Eastern Washington, Southwest Washington, Tri-Cities and Central Washington.

For more information, visit walottery.com.

Top 10 Luckiest Retailers in South Puget Sound:

17 Big Wins: Fred Meyer, 1100 N. Meridian, Puyallup

15 Big Wins: Fred Meyer, 15250 Pacific Highway S, Kent

13 Big Wins: Albertsons, 104 Military Road S, Tacoma

12 Big Wins: Safeway, 138 SW 148th St., Burien

12 Big Wins: Fred Meyer, 18325 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline

11 Big Wins: Safeway, 4011 South 164th St., SeaTac

11 Big Wins: Safeway, 1243 Marvin Road NE, Lacey

11 Big Wins: Fred Meyer, 801 Auburn Way N, Auburn

11 Big Wins: Fred Meyer, 365 Renton Center Way SW, Renton

11 Big Wins: Safeway, 12725 First Ave. S, Burien


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