A $30 scratch-off ticket turned into a $3M payout for someone in Chester County, Pennsylvania Lottery officials said on Wednesday.
The Powerball jackpot has grown to an estimated $432 million with a $313.5 million cash option before taxes. The next drawing is Wednesday.
Officials say someone bought a winning Powerball ticket at the Wawa on west Schuylkill Road in North Coventry Township.
Nobody won the Powerball jackpot Friday night, meaning the grand prize is now worth an estimated $416 million.
A jackpot-winning ticket worth over $800,000 was sold in Berks County.
Lottery officials in New Jersey say a Powerball ticket sold at a Camden County gas station hit for $1M during Wednesday night's drawing.
One lucky lottery player in Montgomery County is holding a winning ticket worth $3 million!
"I was cleaning the house on the fourth of July when I found the POWERBALL ticket in a drawer," Morgan told the Florida Lottery. "I'm still in shock!"
The $516 million Mega Millions jackpot has been claimed after the winning ticket was sold at a Bucks County 7-Eleven back in May. The winner or winners formed a trust and took a cash, lump-sum payment.
They are living as renters in South Florida, but now, their recent move to the Sunshine State will likely become more permanent after the New Jersey couple won a million dollars in the Florida Lottery.
A Pennsylvania Lottery retailer in Philadelphia sold a winning scratch off worth $1 million.
A 59-year-old man lottery winner became so overwhelmed by his excitement, he forgot he was refilling his gas tank and drove off.
A North Carolina woman is now a millionaire after she purchased a Powerball ticket, thinking it was for that night's drawing -- but she missed the cutoff by one minute. Instead, the ticket was for 3 days later -- and it was a $2 million winner.
Someone in Philadelphia is now $1M richer after the Pennsylvania Lottery reported Wednesday that a Mega Millions ticket was sold at a pharmacy in Spring Garden.
This is the ninth largest Mega Millions® jackpot awarded since the game began in 2002.
The top prize, worth an estimated $515 million, will go to the lucky person who can match the numbers on all five white balls and the gold Mega Ball.
A ticket was topping over $1 million was sold in Philadelphia at a Sunoco on the 600 block of Walnut Lane.
One lucky winner in Pennsylvania turned a $30 scratch-off investment into a multi-million dollar payday, lottery officials announced on Thursday.
A Michigan man who lost everything in the 2020 catastrophic floods in Midland County won $2 million in a lottery scratch-off ticket after he just followed his instinct to buy the bigger ticket.
A man couldn't believe his luck when he looked down and saw he matched every number on a million-dollar ticket. His luck quickly changed when that ticket vanished.