One Illinois town is incredibly lucky.

If you're going on a road trip this summer, it may not be a bad idea to stop outside of Chicago and pick up gas and a lottery ticket.

NBC Chicago reports that Chicago suburb Bartlett, Illinois has sold another winning lottery ticket, making it two winning tickets sold there within a week.

It's one thing to sell winning scratch-offs. It's another to sell winning national tickets.

The latest one was a $50,000 Powerball ticket that was scored on Monday at Mr. Quick Ezz, which is at 980 S. Bartlett Road. It had 4 numbers plus the red Powerball to win.

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The other big lottery win from Bartlett came just days before on Thursday, when a $1 million Mega Millions ticket was sold at a different Bartlett gas station, RT 59 Gasoline, which is about a mile and a half away from the one that sold the winning Powerball ticket.

The man who bought the Mega Millions ticket was part of a 40-person office pool. It matched all five winning numbers and the man's phone was blowing up from his coworkers to break the news that they had won.

While those Illinoisians won big, no one matched all six Powerball numbers to win the jackpot, putting it at $1.09 billion. As for Mega Millions, that jackpot sits around $36 million, with the next drawing coming up Friday night.

In case you're planning your road trip stops, Bartlett is about an hour outside of Chicago on the northwestern side. It's a town of about 40,000 people, according to the census.

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