A Saginaw County man plans to buy some land after winning $4 million with a scratch-off ticket from the Michigan Lottery.

The 52-year-old man, who wished to remain anonymous, bought two tickets for the $4 Million Ultimate game at the Fastlane convenience store at 3540 State Street in Saginaw, then scratched off the winning ticket while pumping gas. The player decided to take the $2.7 million lump sum payment.

According to the Michigan Lottery, the instant game has payed out over $11 million to players since it began.