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Lady Luck shops in Queens.

Lottery officials and a crew of convenience store workers are keeping their eyes peeled for the person holding a Mega Millions ticket worth $133 million.

“No one has come to make a claim yet,” said Dilip Patel, 35, who works at the ShivConvenience Store on Hillside Ave. in Jamaica, where the winning ticket was sold.   Info via Daily News

Attracted by the buzz on the street and the sign in the window reading “Lucky Lotto Store,” customers – regulars and first-timers – streamed in and out all day hoping the luck would rub off on them.

Pat Moore, 53, a caseworker who lives nearby, stopped in to buy a ticket for tomorrow’s $12 million Mega drawing.

“Lightning can strike twice, right?” she said.

The store will get a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

Owner Jayeshkumar Patel, 32, of Melville, L.I., said he was ecstatic about the win.

“That was my dream that someone would win at my store,” he said. “I’m very happy right now.”

Shamo Birsen, 54, bought 500 tickets and had high hopes that she was the winner.

“If I win, I’ll buy these guys a house,” she said of the store’s employees.

There was only one ticket that matched all six numbers in Tuesday’s drawing, officials said. The winning numbers were 25, 27, 35, 38 and 39 and the Mega Ball was 28.

Officials said the winner let the computer pick the numbers. The player selected the lump-sum option of $82.7 million instead of 26 annual payments equal to $133 million.

Winners have up to a year from the date of the drawing to come forward.

Not everyone was happy to hear the news about the Shiv Convenience Store supersale.

MTA employee Walter Shan, 43, usually buys tickets there but didn’t this time.

“The one time I didn’t do it and someone wins right here,” he said, crestfallen. “I’m going to go home and cry now.”