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A father bought his son a lottery ticket as a graduation gift. They won $50,000.

USA TODAY

A gifted from a father to his son as a graduation present turned out to be worth more than either of them anticipated.

Lance Wall, an 18-year-old from Washougal, Washington, had just graduated from high school. To celebrate the occasion, his father bought a Six Figures Scratch ticket at the 7 Market in Camas, Washington and scratched the ticket.

To their surprise, Wall's gifted ticket had won $50,000.

According to , there was a 1-in-913,000 odds of winning the $50,000 prize from the ticket. Scratch tickets from Washington's Lottery are priced between $1 and $30, with varying prize amounts. The number of prizes available in a game depends on the number of tickets printed, tested, distributed, sold and the number of prizes claimed.

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Wall told Washington's Lottery he is currently enjoying his summer vacation and plans to save his winnings for the future. He said he hopes to become an artist one day.