A lottery ticket bought on Amazon.com sold for $1,420,000, but it might have just gone to a person who bought a ticket that sold for more than $1 million.

    The winning ticket was sold in November and was advertised as a ticket for the “Golden State Warriors” to the NBA Finals.

    However, the ticket’s listing included no details about the Warriors’ owner, who was not named in the advertisement.

    In addition to the ticket, the seller also posted the following message on the ticket:”You’ve won the lottery!

    Congratulations to you and your family.

    This ticket was purchased on the Amazon Marketplace, and we have no affiliation with Amazon.

    Please note that Amazon does not own the Golden State Warriors.”

    In another advertisement, the winner listed his or her hometown and other details of the winner, such as the year of purchase.

    However, this ticket was a lot less expensive than the one purchased on Amazon, so there was no reason for the seller to include that information.

    We reached out to Amazon for comment and will update this article if we hear back.

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