Tickets were priced at $10 and by the time ticket sales closed, on April 14, the lottery had sold over 410,000 tickets.
Nearly 700 players won $100, over 25,000 players won $50, and many more players received $15 prizes.
The drawing also provided 13 top prizes of $40,000 and 12 of them went to out of state players.
A customer of the Mayfield Country Store purchased the only big-winning ticket in Michigan, but has yet to claim their tax-free prize.
Last year the Mayfield Country Store's customers were awarded around $13,000 in prizes and store co-owner Dan DeVries is delighted that one of his customers has won over three times this amount on a single ticket.
"Being a small new store, it's unbelievable," DeVries said. "Just opened in June. There's stores that have been open a long time that haven't sold the magic ticket."
In order to claim their tax-free prizes the 13 $40,000 winners will have to arrange an appointment with the Michigan Lottery's Public Relations Division by ringing Michigan 517-373-1237. Smaller prizes can be claimed from any Michigan Lottery retailer.