The latest Powerball jackpot is estimated at $400 million, and it’s considered the nation’s fifth-largest ever.
Two people in the Philadelphia area just got $1 million richer.
Lottery officials have announced on the Powerball website that no ticket has matched all Saturday’s numbers drawn for that game’s giant jackpot, which now swells to an estimated $400 million or a $223.6 million cash-option value.
There was a big Powerball jackpot at stake in Saturday’s drawing, and plenty of people were buying tickets for their chance at a life-changing amount of money.
Lottery officials say a New Jersey man has claimed the final share of this month’s $448 million Powerball jackpot.
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A group of Ocean County vehicle service workers dubbed the “Ocean’s 16” proudly presented their checks Tuesday afternoon.
The 16 public employees from New Jersey who had one of the three winning tickets in last week’s $448 million Powerball jackpot have come forward to claim their prize.
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Officials say the ticket, from the Aug. 7th drawing, was sold at the Friendly Food Mart at 3750 Freemansburg Avenue in Bethlehem.
The winning tickets were sold less than 60 miles apart — one at the Acme on Route 9 in Little Egg Harbor Township and the other at a Super Stop and Shop on Route 522 in South Brunswick, Middlesex County.
It’s the third-largest jackpot in the history of the Powerball.
Though no one hit the massive Powerball jackpot Saturday night, which now stands at $400 million, one lucky individual who bought a ticket at a Bucks County convenience store is $1 million richer.
There were no jackpot winners for Saturday’s drawing. The next drawing will be Wednesday, and the revised estimated jackpot is $400 million.
Just days after an Upper Darby woman claimed a Powerball jackpot worth more than $77 million, lottery officials announced that another winning ticket has been sold in the area.