It was 43 years ago this week that KYW reporters were broadcasting interviews with bright eyed hopefuls ready to plunk down a few bucks for the first legal lottery tickets being sold in the Keystone State.
You could be throwing money away if you don’t check your lottery tickets. Believe it or not, lottery officials say each year, $2-billion in prize money is left unclaimed.
Tickets in North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Texas have matched all six numbers to split a $564.1 million Powerball jackpot, lottery officials said Thursday.
Lottery officials say no jackpot winner was selected in the latest $380 million Powerball drawing. The estimated value of Wednesday’s drawing will be $450 million.
People are snatching up Powerball tickets ahead of Saturday night’s drawing, when the jackpot will be an estimated $380 million.
One of four $1 million top-prize winning tickets from the January 3 Millionaire Raffle drawing was sold in Bucks County, according to the Pennsylvania Lottery.
One Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million from the Tuesday, Dec. 30 drawing was sold at the Rite Aid pharmacy at 1924 Fairmount Avenue in Philadelphia.
The ticket correctly matched all six winning numbers.
If you bought a Cash 5 lottery ticket at a beer distributor in Northeast Philadelphia, check your ticket, you could be nearly half a million dollars richer!
The Mega Millions drawing, which will be held Tuesday night, offers an annuity value of $321 million and a cash prize of $194.1 million, making it the game’s eighth largest jackpot on record.
A Powerball ticket worth $1 million was sold in Montgomery County.
One jackpot-winning Match 6 Lotto ticket worth $700,000 for the Thursday drawing was sold at a deli in Delaware County.
Lottery officials say one jackpot-winning Match 6 lottery ticket was sold at Weis Markets in Norristown, Montgomery County.
Without a Powerball winner this weekend, the prize has climbed to $400 million — one of the largest in U.S. lottery history.
The state revenue secretary says the Pennsylvania Lottery could begin rolling out a keno game by the end of this year if a consensus can be reached.