10:00am- 3:00pm

Getty Royalty Free

I love scratch off tickets but I may be picking the wrong ones. I say that because I have yet to get a big winning ticket. Don’t you wish you could just ask the clerks which tickets have big winners left? I always ask my friend works at a Publix in St. Petersburg, but she doesn’t know that information.

My friend may not know, but there is somewhere you can check to find out. The information about each scratch off ticket is located on the Florida Lottery Website.  The Florida Lottery has many winners who have  purchased scratch off tickets. These are people from all of the state. Unfortunately only 2 of those scratch offs have all of their big winners still out there. So if youre like me and want to win big, below are the tickets you should purchase.

1. Payday Bonus: This ticket only cost $10.00 and it launched on April 10th of this year. Payday Bonus has eight $2M dollar prizes left, and all 8 of them are still out there. Only 3 people have claimed the $100K prize, and 17 of those tickets are still out there.

2. $1,000,000 A YEAR FOR LIFE SPECTACULAR: This ticket cost $50 and was launched in February of this year.  Only 30 of their $1M tickets have been sold. There are 204 $1M tickets left.  The 2 cards that win $1 mil a year for life are both still out there.

Florida City Named Best Place To Live In The United States

I have lived in 4 cities in Florida and loved each of them differently. Tallahassee, Cape Coral, Fort Myers and now St. Petersburg. Which one did I like the best? I am loving St. Pete the most so far because there is a lot to do. None of the cities I lived in was named best place to live in the United States, but I did live near the one that is.

Scholaroo compared 150 cities in the US in 9 different areas. Affordability, Crime levels, Leisure/Entertainment, Quality of life, Healthcare, Education, Employment, and Infrastructure. Can you guess which city in Florida was ranked number one for 2023? This particular Florida city was ranked last for affordability but #1 in Leisure & Entertainment and Healthcare. Still can’t guess? Below are the top 10 cities to live in the United States.

  • 10. Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Cambridge Ranked Number One In Education and Employment. Even though they are number 10 on the list, these are great reasons to move here.


    Getty Royalty Free

  • 9. Leawood, Kansas

    Leawood Kansas has a high ranking when it comes to the Economy. According to this list they are #3 .


  • 8. Papillion, Nebraska

    Nebraska is in the top 10 for best healthcare. According to the research they are ranked #8.

    Florida City Named Best Place To Live In The United States

    Getty Royalty Free

  • 7. Madison, Mississippi

    Madison is ranked top 10 in Crime and Safety and economy. In both of those categories they come in at #6.

    Viking Classic - Round One

    MADISON, MS – OCTOBER 31: Water stands in the traps as well as puddling in the fairway and at the 16th green as PGA Tour officials attempt to determine when first round play can begin in the Viking Classic at the Annandale Golf Club on October 31, 2009 in Madison, Mississippi. (Photo by Dave Martin/Getty Images)

  • 6. Alpharetta, Georgia

    My mom lives here and she loves it. Alpharetta is ranked #3 in the Economy.


    Getty Royalty Free

  • 5. Portland, Maine

    I’ve been to Portland and it’s a very nice city. They have a high ranking in Leisure and entertainment. They come in at #4 in this category.


    View this post on Instagram


    A post shared by Visit Portland Maine (@visitportland)

  • 4. Amherst, New Hampshire

    Amherst is a very safe place to live. They Rank #1 in Crime and safety.


    Getty Royalty Free

  • 3. Naperville, Illinois

    Naperville ranked top 10 in leisure and entertainment and economy.

  • 2. Carmel, Indiana

    Carmel ranked #2 in Employment and #8 in Crime and safety.


    Getty Royalty Free

  • 1. Naples, Florida

    Coming in at #1 on the list is Naples Florida. I didn’t live in Naples but lived very close. They rank #1 in health care and leisure and entertainment.


    Getty Royalty Free