The slip matching all five white balls — but not the red Powerball — was sold at Loges’ Newsstand, at 18th and Chestnut Streets.
The ticket was purchased at Federal Beer in South Philadelphia.
It’s all about the odds, and one lone ticket in Florida has beaten them all by matching each of the numbers drawn for the highest Powerball jackpot in history at an estimated $590.5 million, lottery officials said Sunday.
In front of SEPTA headquarters at 1234 Market Street, the stakeout continued for the big winners to come forward.
This coming Tuesday night’s “Mega Millions” lottery jackpot has reached what’s being reported as an American record cash jackpot of almost $260 million.
Changes are coming to the Powerball lottery game later this month, including a hike in ticket prices.
The Powerball pool of white balls will shrink from 39 to 35, increasing the odds of winning. Ticket prices will rise from $1 to $2.