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Where to grab a $1.4 billion Powerball ticket in Toronto

If you head to World Class Bakers on St. Clair Avenue this week, you may end up getting more than just pastries. That's because the bakery has 300 American Powerball tickets to give away. You can snag one just by spending more than $20 in store. How's that for a sweet deal?

"It's just to cheer people up," said bakery operator Lisa Guluzian to the Toronto Sun.

The estimated Powerball jackpot is currently sitting around $1.4 billion and the next draw is tomorrow, January 13. Canadians are allowed to participate in the lottery, though all winnings will still, of course, be taxed.

Will you try your luck at World Class Bakers? Let us know in the comments.

Photo via @worldclassbakes


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