Several people across Kentucky have had some really good luck with a new lottery game.
Kentucky Lottery officials say three Decades of Dollars tickets, worth $10,000 each, were sold in Lexington, Lawrenceburg, and Floyd County.
The tickets matched five of six numbers in Monday night's drawing.
The tickets were sold at the Dixie Value Mart on Augusta Drive in Lexington, Prime Star 6 on South Main Street in Lawrenceburg, and Woody's Carry Out in the Hueysville community of Floyd County.
Two other $10,000 Decades of Dollars tickets were sold last week in Richmond and Perry County.
The top prize in Decades of Dollars is $250,000 a year for 30 years. Drawings for the game began last Thursday.
Kentucky Lottery officials says sales for Decades of Dollars have been strong so far.
They report $295,000 in sales for Decades of Dollars in the first week of the game. The game it replaced, Win For Life, had $122,000 in sales in its last week.
Drawings for Decades of Dollars are held every Monday and Thursday night.