This BC Woman Was In Total Disbelief When She Won A $100K Lotto From A Scratch & Win

A woman from Lantzville, B.C. just won $100K on a Scratch & Win ticket and was in complete disbelief.

A press release from BCLC said that the winner — Barbara Don — won the top prize of $100,000.

Don bought her ticket from the Save-On-Foods on Island Highway North. While she went to pick up a ticket for her mom's birthday, she decided on a whim to get herself one too — luckily!

"I scanned it on my phone and stared at the screen thinking this can't be real," she said in the press release. "I was in disbelief. I thought I was reading the whole ticket wrong!"

Don called her husband, who was out for a walk, and told him to hurry home!

The press release said that Don is planning to put some of the money towards building her dream home.

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