The holders of six Super 7 tickets filed claims for slices of the state's $115.6 million lottery prize, including a New Jersey man who said he finally found out what it's like to have money to burn.

"I lit a cigarette with a dollar bill this morning," Arthur Rosen, 50, said Friday. The East Windsor, N.J., man accompanied his wife and two sons and daughter to Middletown, Pa., to turn in a ticket they believe entitles them to a share of the largest jackpot in North American history.There were 816 tickets sold with six of the 11 numbers drawn, for individual prizes of $4,842.50. The third prize of $274.50 went to 28,776 tickets with five of 11 numbers.