A Sun Prairie man won $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket Wednesday, officials said.
Raymond Davis Jr. bought the winning scratch-off Instant Million ticket for $30 at the P and G Gas Co. on State Street in Black Earth Wednesday.
Davis is the third winner of Wisconsin's Instant Million game, which was launched in Feb. 21, according to the Wisconsin Lottery agency.
Davis will receive $673,507.50 after taxes. The gas station that sold him the ticket will receive $20,000. Officials said retailers that sell winning tickets with prizes of $600 or more receive 2 percent of the prize.
Wisconsin Lottery said there is one remaining $1 million instant prize through the Instant Million game.