Three California Lottery players are starting the Labor Day weekend with more money in their bank accounts after winning a combined total of $4 million from scratcher tickets.

Two of the winners purchased their winning scratcher tickets in Los Angeles County, according to a news release.

Varoujan Minasian, who won $1 million after playing the Xtreme Multiplier scratcher game, purchased the scratcher ticket at Fry’s Hollywood Shell in Los Angeles.

Martin Canas also won $1 million after playing the Xtreme Multiplier game after purchasing the ticket at House Liquor Store in Bell Gardens.

In Northern California, Miguel Palominos Contreras won $2 million after playing the Instant Prize Crossword game.

The winning ticket was purchased at Moa’s Service Center in Alameda County.

The store that sold the $2 million lottery prize also received $10,000 for selling the winning game, lottery officials announced.

Ticket sales from lottery games help the organization raise supplemental funds for California’s primary and secondary public educational institutions, which is the main goal of the California Lottery.