Liezl Panganiban and Edgar Ebreo, who won $500,000 in September, just won another lotto prize of $675,000
Some people have all the luck — and those people are Liezl Panganiban and Edgar Ebreo.
The Coquitlam couple is $675,000 dollars richer today after winning the grand prize on the B.C. Lottery Corporation’s Set for Life game. It was their second major lottery win in less than a year.
In September, the couple won $500,000 playing the Extra in the Lotto 6/69 draw.
“We feel really blessed and very thankful to be winners,” Panganiban said.
“It’s a special feeling,” Ebreo added. “I can’t quite describe it.”
Despite already having the half-million from their previous win, the couple continued to play the lottery.
Ebreo purchased his Set for Life ticket at a 7-Eleven in Port Coquitlam and Panganiban scratched when they got home.
“When I saw the three cash symbols, I couldn’t believe it, so I showed Edgar,” Panganiban said.
“I started dancing,” Ebreo said.
The couple, who used their first jackpot win towards a down payment on a house, says they will use their latest prize to pay off the mortgage and then splurge on a future family trip to Hawaii.