CHICAGO - - Two individuals who wish to stay unknown have guaranteed a $1.337 billion Super

Millions bonanza after a solitary pass to the late July drawing was sold in a Chicago suburb,

 picking to take a single amount installment of $780.5 million, lottery authorities said Wednesday.

The Illinois Lottery said the award for the July 29 drawing, which was the country's third-biggest lottery prize,

was asserted by two people who had consented to part the award on the off chance that they won.

 The two, who followed the lead of by far most of victors who decide to stay mysterious,

 had until Sept. 27 to select for the single amount installment, said Emilia Mazur,

 representative for Camelot Illinois, the confidential administrator of the Illinois Lottery.

As per, one bonanza winning ticket was purchased at a Speedway service station and general store in Des Plaines.