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So it's not a million dollar lottery ticket, but $174,575 is still good money. A Mega Millions lotto ticket purchased on January 29 at a 7/11 store in Corona still has not been claimed and today is the last day to do so. However, it's not a first. The state says it has donated as much as $50 million a year in unclaimed lotto ticket prizes to California's educational funds.