(WHTM) – Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off players claimed more than $193.5 million in prizes last month, according to the lottery.

The winnings included a $3 million prize claimed in Philadelphia and three $1 million prizes for players in Lackawanna, Northumberland, and Berks counties.

The retailers who sold the four jackpots will receive bonuses for selling the winning scratch-off tickets.

They are:

  • ACME Markets, 815 North Lansdowne Avenue, Upper Darby Township, Delaware County ($10,000 bonus);
  • Convenient Food Mart, 3021 North Main Avenue, Scranton, Lackawanna County ($5,000);
  • Boyer’s Food Market, 2688 Locust Gap Highway, Mount Carmel, Northumberland County ($5,000); and
  • Sam’s Place, 5479 Pottsville Pike, Leesport, Berks County ($5,000 bonus).

Across Pennsylvania, other big prizes claimed during July included:

  • Eight prizes of $500,000;
  • Two prizes of $300,000;
  • One prize of $250,000;
  • Seven prizes of $200,000; and
  • Three prizes of $100,000.

Winners should check their tickets and immediately claim their winnings. They have one year to claim their prizes from the game’s end-sale date.

Scratch-offs are distributed randomly, so the lottery and retailers do not know where winning tickets will be sold until the prize has been claimed.