The ticket for the July 4th drawing, matched all five balls drawn, 03-06-14-18-24, but not the red Powerball 21, for a prize of $2 million, less 25 percent federal withholding.
Is your wallet feeling lighter after the holiday weekend? You may want to consider picking up a lottery ticket.
You might want to make a stop and pick up a lottery ticket.
Officials say the ticket matched all five white balls drawn, 01-12-32-42-58, but not the red Powerball 12.
Wednesday’s winning $40 million Powerball ticket was sold in New Jersey.
Feeling lucky? According to the Pennsylvania Lottery, a Powerball ticket worth $2 million was sold in Philadelphia for the Wednesday, March 18 drawing.
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.
It is the fifth largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.
The Powerball jackpot stands at $500 million dollars.
The Pennsylvania Lottery announced that the Powerball jackpot has increased to a staggering $485 million annuity value, or a $327.7 million cash prize, for the February 11th drawing.
People are snatching up Powerball tickets ahead of Saturday night’s drawing, when the jackpot will be an estimated $380 million.
Each winning ticket matched all five white balls, 15-16-23-27-36, but not the red Powerball 09 from the Jan. 17th drawing.
The ticket was sold at the 7-Eleven at 1801 S 4th Street and correctly matched all five balls, 22-31-38-47-48, but not the red Powerball 15 for a $1 million prize.
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.