Winning a $1 million Powerball lottery sold at a New Jersey liquor store
After buying a $1 million winning lottery ticket at a liquor store in Camden County, lucky Powerball players will become richer.
The winning tickets were sold at 6200 Route 130 North in Pennsauken Township and Vicky’s Discount Liquors in Drexel Avenue. The New Jersey Lottery said Monday.
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The winning ticket matches the numbers on all five white balls (1, 4, 11, 59 and 67) drawn on Saturday. The red powerball number is 10 and the multiplier is 2.
The $1 million payday is a secondary Powerball bonus.More than 28,600 Powerball players in New Jersey have won more than $146,000 in prizes, ranging from $4 to $200. Lottery officials Say.
In the Powerball draw on Saturday, no one won the first prize, so it is now as high as $186 million. The next Powerball draw is Wednesday night, and according to the agency, the cash value is $134.6 million. Lottery.
Earlier this year, lottery retailers in the Philadelphia area sold more than $2 million in Powerball lottery tickets.
In January, one US$1 million Powerball lottery Sold at the Sunoco A Plus mini market in Wynnewood, Montgomery County.
A sort of US$2 million Powerball lottery Sold in Fuwa Deli, Wynnefield Heights, West Philadelphia in February.