Powerball ticket worth $2 million sold at Bucks County, Pa. store – NBC10 Philadelphia


A Pennsylvanian likely didn’t win the $1.76 billion Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, but someone from suburban Philadelphia might become a new millionaire.

The winner of the Oct. 11, 2023 drawing — the second largest in U.S. lottery history — was sold at Midway Market & Liquor in Fraser Park, according to the California Lottery. The only jackpot ticket can be cashed out for $774.1 million in one go.

Don’t throw away your tickets just yet. That’s because a $2 million winner was sold in Bucks County, according to the Pennsylvania Lottery.

What are the winning numbers for Powerball on October 11, 2023?

Thursday night’s winning numbers were 22, 24, 40, 52, 64 and the red Powerball 10.

Where can I buy $2 million worth of Powerball tickets in Pennsylvania?

The Pennsylvania Lottery said a ticket sold at U.S. News & Tobacco Co., 522 Second St. Pike, Southampton, Bucks County, matched all five white balls (22, 24, 40, 52 and 64) but not the red Power Ball. Mismatch.

U.S. News and Tobacco received $10,000 from selling the $2 million ticket, the lottery said.

If it weren’t for a few extra bucks, the ticket would be worth $1 million.

“Without the $1 Power Play option, this ticket would be worth $1 million,” the Pennsylvania Lottery said.

Did you win anything?

More than 286,700 other Powerball tickets sold in Pennsylvania on Wednesday won for smaller amounts, according to state lottery data. Check those winning numbers again.

Powerball craze is a win for older Pennsylvanians.

The Pennsylvania Lottery said, “The Powerball jackpot has been rolling since July 22, 2023, and the last jackpot was also won in California.” “In Pennsylvania, recent jackpot events have generated more than $135 million in sales. , generating more than $54 million in profits benefiting Pennsylvania’s seniors.”

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