Lottery officials said early Thursday that the ticket was sold at the Murphy USA station in Lexington . The winning numbers drawn Wednesday night were 7-10-22-32-35 with the Powerball of 19.
Tri-State residents with big dreams are eagerly awaiting Wednesday night’s $400 million Powerball drawing.
If it seems that giant lottery jackpots have people lining up at convenience stores more frequently, just wait.
The Powerball jackpot is expected to swell to an estimated $400 million after no ticket matched all of Saturday’s winning numbers.
Lottery officials strongly recommend that the ticket holder sign the back of the ticket and immediately contact them. If the ticket holder doesn’t claim their prize by Oct. 5, the ticket will expire.
The group of co-workers from the Ocean County Vehicle Maintenance Department held one of three winning tickets in last week’s $448 million Powerball drawing.
After taking the lump-sum payment, each employee will receive about $3.8 million, lottery officials said.
Some of the winners showed up for work both Thursday and Friday. Would you?
A spokeswoman for the New Jersey Lottery said one of the tickets was purchased at a Super Stop & Shop store in South Brunswick and the other one at an Acme Markets store in Little Egg Harbor.
Lottery officials told CBS 2 early Thursday morning that the three winning tickets matched all six numbers, and that two of the tickets were sold in New Jersey.
Since no one hit the $307 million Powerball jackpot Saturday night, the money rolled over into a roughly $425 million prize for Wednesday’s drawing.
The drawing took place at 11 p.m. the winning numbers were 21, 24, 36, 42, 45, and Powerball 15.
The ticket for the June 16, 2012 drawing was bought at a 7-11 store in Elmwood Park. The winning numbers were 8, 14, 15, 16, 27 and the Gold Powerball Number was 26.
A Mega Millions jackpot ticket was sold in New Jersey Friday night, while the Powerball jackpot stands at a whopping $600 million.
The Powerball jackpot climbed up to a whopping $600 million Friday, and it had many people forking over big bills.